My dog loved these, I took a taste too since it was human ingredients and they werent bad (a little on the dry side but my dog didnt think so) I imagine you could make them without the bread machine if you simply keaded the dough, let it rise and knead again just like youd do for bread.
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!
These cookies contain high levels of protein in the liver, eggs, and peanut butter, so they'll be sure to add a boost of energy to your pet.
My dogs absolutely loves these. The rascals even knocked them off the counter and ate the whole bowl full, they have never bothered ANYTHING on the counter before to include meat scraps. So if you make these make sure and secure they were the dogs can't get to them. LOL
These muffins are a favorite treat of my grand-dog, Wiley. Although a picky eater, he devours these whenever I make them. The batter is more like a sticky dough, so you have to spoon it into the muffin tins. If using mini muffin tins, be sure to reduce the cooking time.
A Thanksgiving treat for the dogs that are a healthier alternative to table scraps. From the "3 Dogs Bakery Cookbook". My little turkeys gobbled them up. ok ok that was a bad pun. Hope your dog enjoys them.