Recipe by Twyla
My dog loved these and I'm sure yours will too!
Top Review by caetb
My Viszla-mix, Sam, has a very sensitive stomach and most treats don't agree with him, but we need treats for his obedience training and I was really at a loss. This recipe is great! No junk (I couldn't believe what goes into most commercial treats...), and I can choose what goes into them.. I made them with sweet potato and chicken flavored baby foods and he loves them so much I had to put the container on a high shelf so he can't reach. I did need to add a bit more flour to make the dough workable, and I used a pizza cutter to cut the dough into small squares small enough to use for training. Also, after the baking time was done, I turned the oven off and left them in so that they came out very crunchy and dry and should keep very well in a sealed container (not that they'll last very long...) I think for Christmas this year, I'll make a big batch of these in bone shapes for the furry members of my extended family. Thanks for a great recipe!
- 473.18 ml whole wheat flour
- 177.44 ml rolled oats
- 118.29 ml powdered milk
- 1 egg, beaten
- 73.94 ml vegetable oil
- 59.14 ml water
- 2 jar strained baby food (, any flavor, all natural and no preservatives)
Directions See How It's Made
- Preheat oven to 350 F degrees.
- In a large bowl combine all ingredients together and make a thick dough.
- Knead on a slightly floured countertop for about 4 minutes until the dough is nice and smooth.
- Sprinkle a little more flour over the dough to make rolling easy.
- Roll out the dough to about 1/2 inch thickness.
- Use cookie cutters or a small drinking glass.
- Bake on a ungreased cookie sheet for about 22 minute.
- Let doggie biscuits cool for at least 1/2 hr before serving.
- To keep fresh, package these in sealed containers.
- Try different flavors of baby food.
- Yield- depending on size.