This is a wonderful training treat for dogs. It has the consistency of fudge so you can break off different sized pieces and the dogs can eat them quickly without a mess. It is also "smelly" so your dog can anticipate the treat! You must store it in the refrigerator or freezer.
I find that all dogs seem to like peanut butter...you can add anything you want to the mixture as long as theres the peanut butter! Be sure to turn biscuits over half way through, we don't want dark bottoms, do we now?!!!
For our feathered friends who need our help in the winter!
If possible use flexible molds or muffin pans lined with paper cups. If you don't have flexible molds, immerse the molds in hot water for several seconds before removing the cakes.
They also make a nice gift for our human friends who like to look after the birds.
It is nice to make this in one large mold and display the cake in your garden (in a safe place away from other animals!)
Don't take notice of the yield because that will depend on the size of molds you use.
You can also be somewhat flexible with the amounts given in the recipe, they will still turn out well and much better than any store bought cakes for the birds. They love them and my 'garden restauant' is always full of satisfied customers!
If you have some netting to put them in you can hang them from a tree branch.
This batch makes average size dog biscuits. For smaller biscuits cooking time can be reduced. My Pups just love these. Took some to my friend and even her finicky dog (who usually buries everything) actually liked these!
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