please consult your vet before changing your pets diet. This recipe origionally called for 1 tbsp of garlic powder. garlic is OK in small amounts but consult your vet before adding garlic to your pets diet. the serving amount is just a guess
- Place chicken livers and liquid in blender, liquify.
- Add egg, mix a minute more.
- Pour into bowl.
- Add flour and corn meal.
- Spray jelly roll pan with pam.
- Pour mixture into pan.
- Bake 15 minutes in 400 degree hot oven.
- Cut into small squares while still warm. Keep in freezer to prevent spoilage.
Want to get your dogs attention...this is it! Use 1 tsp garlic...follow the recipe...cube up...store in freezer...give the treat a NAME, repeat the NAME everytime you give to your pet. great for loading up Kongs, mixed with dry food. liver treat veteran ...(me 3 dogs, my daughter 4 dogs) have been baking since 2010 and will keep it up! use in moderation, high fat! Use to much will cause loose stools..yuk! Great training tool and maintenance attention getter...use the NAME...
I wasn't sure what size jelly roll pan to use, but mine turned out thicker than the ones pictured. The texture is like a really dry cake, not like a dog biscuit. I thought they'd be more like a biscuit....maybe they would have been if I'd used a larger pan. My dogs will eat them, but they kind of look at me funny when I give them one. Made for Cookbook tag!
Wow! these puff up while they cook!! Yuck! these sure smell while they cook!! I have two doggies and these where their first choice out of our treat tasting day. They wanted me to give this a 10 star rating, because it tasted so good. Both had big smiles. :) I did get 24 huge treats out of this recipe. Made for "My 3 chef's" 2008