9 Reviews

My dog Oliver loved these! I also thought they tasted really good to. I made a few changes to the original recipe.....I used 2 cups of whole wheat flour and 1 cup of white flour and before baking I brushed the tops of each cookie with a bit of water then dipped the cookies in rolled oats. I also greased the pan. These were great, so much better than the store bought dog treats ( yes i've have tried them as long as they were vegetarian!) Thanks for the great recipe!

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Cupcake-Princess April 01, 2010

I made these little treats for all of my furry friends at Christmas time. The dogs seemed to love them. I used tiny canape/cookie cutters and I ended up with about 60 treats. Thanks!

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mums the word January 04, 2011

Super easy to make and my Pug loves them! I used 2 cups whole wheat flour and 1 cup white and they turned out great.

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Mrs.Resner January 23, 2010

My 65 pound aussie is addicted to these biscuits and will do anything for them! Thank you!! I used 2 cups whole wheat flour and 1 cup of corn flour instead of the white. Otherwise followed recipe exactly.

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Mary Lockwood December 13, 2009

These biscuits were so easy to make and my puppy LOVES them! He sits in the kitchen and cries whenever I make them :) I don't use white flour, so I just use 2 cups whole wheat flour and it still makes a ton of biscuits! Just an FYI, these treats get moldy after about 2 weeks, I will probably freeze 1/2 the dough since this recipe has such a high yield.

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HurricaneChampagne October 08, 2009

I made these wonderful treats for my boxer boy babies. I added 2c WW flour, and only 1/2c White flour. Instead of the water I used a homemade beef broth. This recipe made 20 large treats..for 2 very happy boys..Thanks for sharing Superhero's!

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MaMere September 29, 2009

My dog was in my hip pocket salivating as I baked these. She loves them, and snubs her old milk bones now. Thank you for an easy, cheap alternative to store bought treats.

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WildLightning September 11, 2009

I just had to make these for my little girl Lucky - she loves peanut butter and she certainly loved these too! I used 2 cups wheat flour and 1 cup white. I used a tiny bone shaped cutter on a lightly floured surface and got 2 large cookie sheets full of good smelling yummy's for my lucky girl. Thanks so much for posting!

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SkyGlitter October 04, 2008

I made these today. I used a very small reindeer cookie cutter and got lots of yummy treats for my fur babies. I did not try them myself but my two little dogs and the cat loves them. They are like the potato chips--you can't eat just one. Update: All treats are gone and I have a new batch in oven. Dogs just love them! This time I put all ingredients in food processor (using only 1 1/2 cup of the white flour and other ingredients as written by Laurie #9). I used more flour during the rolling out. I used a cookie cutter about the size of a regular dog biscuit and I got 77 yummy treats for my very spoiled fur babies.

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lucy4174 December 30, 2007
" Luck'a'doodles" Dog Treats