Home Made dog biscuits

Over my holiday break, I made home-made dog biscuits from my new cookbook Home Made(blog and you shall receive!).  The recipe was really easy, and they were puppy approved!
Recipe transcribed from Home Made:
2/3 cup hot water or salt free homemade broth (beef cubes often contain too much salt
2 tbsp olive oil
1 egg
1 clove garlic, crushed
2 2/3 cups all-purpose flour

Combine all the ingredients into a firm dough in a bowl. Roll into a thin sheet approximately 1/8 inch thick on a flour-dusted countertop. Cut the dough into strips or cut out shapes with cookie cutters. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F and bake for approx 30 minutes until golden brown. Keep in a sealable jar.
 All the ingredients & tools (tools were an Xmas gift too, from my For the Foodie Gift Guide)

Mix dry ingredients & egg

 
 I meant to get a cute, small cookie cutter, but had to settle for a shot glass instead. (lol)


Before going into the oven...

After all packaged up!


Barkley & Molly loved them!

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18 comments:

  1. You have such cute dog names! (Could be names of Bachelor contestants, too) lol! I love that you made homemade dog treats, I didn't even know you could do that!

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  2. what a great idea! those would make great gifts as well. :) any idea on how i could make them for my cat? ;)

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  3. OMG! awesome idea, sending this to my mom ASAP!

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  4. Cute dogs! This is a fantastic idea, my girls will love making these for our "Buddy". :)

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  5. i love this! This would be so perfect for holiday gifts for the doggies! xo

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  6. Ooh! So inpsiring and cool! I will bookmark this to save for STevie!

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  7. Awww what a sweet treat for your baby!

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  8. ahhh i need to make these! my little minnie's birthday is coming up and little pup cookies would be perfect!

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  9. Aw, I bet your puppy is VERY appreciative!
    xo Josie
    www.winksmilestyle.com

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  10. That's so cute! Now you got me wishing I had a dog :) From Brooklyn with love ~jen

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  11. Oh good! I've been looking into making homemade dog treats! I'm definitely going to try this recipe!

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  12. too cute. I've always wanted to make these but never have, idk why.

    I love the shot of your hand feeding the dog, haha. So cute. Glad they were a success and that you found under uses for your shot glasses!

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  13. I love this! I need to try and make these for my fur nephew. He loves treats! And it's made with love :)

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  14. Thanx friend any tips for natural homemade dog food??Excellent Post! I just noticed this change a few minutes ago and made a short post about it. I will include your post in it.
    Thanks for the suggestions
    How To Make Dog Bones

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  15. What is the best way to store dehydrated chicken? Also, how long will it last? I found you post very helpful. I bought a dehydrator and already made a batch of organic chicken and turkey jerky. I do not want to feed my dogs chicken from China. Thanks for your help. Please help me in making of dog boneshow to make dog bones.

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