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|2-Ingredient Dog Biscuits|
There’s just 2 ingredients in these dog biscuits. Cheaper, easier and better for your dog.
Facebook fan Diane G. and I were discussing our dogs on my page a while ago and she told me she had this stupidly EASY recipe that she makes for her dog that had only 2 ingredients. She said her pooch loved them.
|Wholesome dog treats may be made wheat free|
My guy ran out of the last batch of Mommy Cookies I made so I made these for the first time today–so easy I couldn’t believe it!!
I had made the mistake of not buying enough of the strained baby food, so I topped it up with some thawed pumpkin I had frozen to make my dog some pumpkin biscuits. So these in the pic are actually 3 ingredients LOL.
Diane said you could use about any strained baby food–fruit, veggies or meat and she did caution to read the ingredients as some baby foods have onion/onion powder which may not be so good for your dog.
A good way to get around this is to puree your own meat/fruit/veggies. A blender, food processor or Ninja is all that’s necessary to do this.
Another great part of this recipe is the variety of grains you can use. I use whole wheat flour, but if you don’t give your dogs wheat because they have a sensitivity, then spelt or rolled oats will do. Probably even rice flour–although Diane didn’t mention this, so I don’t know if it’s been “tested” or how it comes out. She said you can even mix your grains too if you wanted to do so.
These were a big hit–my guy taste tested one as soon as it was cool and probably wanted more by the way he kept going over and eyeing his cookie jar.
|Official Taste Tester|
Storing them covered will probably make them get a little softer, but they won’t last! Trust me.
Diane's 2-Ingredient Dog Biscuits
- 2 4 oz pureed meat or vegetable baby food
- 2 cups whole wheat flour spelt, wheat germ or rolled oats (or combination of all)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- In a large bowl, mix the ingredients to form a dough.
- On a lightly floured surface, roll out to 1/4-inch thick and cut into desired shapes.
- Bake for 20-25 minutes. Turn off the oven and let the biscuits sit in there on the tray until oven is completely cool (this dehydrates the biscuits)
- Makes varying amounts according to size cut. I got approximately 15 biscuits with a “medium” dog biscuit cookie cutter (maybe 3-4-inches long)
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