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I made them a little differently, I mixed the wet ingredients seperately and all the dry ( including cornmeal) together then blended it all together, I wanted a treat I could roll and cut so I had to add about an extra cup of flour, I also substituted sugar for the honey, (honey around here is very expensive). I rolled and cut them and my dogs are going crazy for them and I have everything from a golden ret. to a malteese they're pretty good.

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Baker Girl 8 December 18, 2008

My miniature schnauzer puppy loved these. She loved eating them as much as I love making them. I replaced some of the oils and fats with half applesauce for flavor and a little less fat. I wanted to make it more healthy. Rather than make them into flattened balls, I cut them out into dog bone shapes with a cookie cutter. She absolutely loves them. Great rainy day recipe.

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FragileBones[Tofu Teen] March 24, 2007

I have made these a few times. My dogs absolutely go crazy for them, but they are both pigs that will and have eaten everything under the sun. I think next time I will make them a lot smaller though, as they tend to crumble a bit too much when they are big.

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JenSmith November 04, 2005

My dogs love these. Yummy. Sat and waited for them by the oven

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Alayane March 25, 2013

These were so fun to make and our Corgis loved them. My DH took a bite of one while I was changing the laundry and said these are kinda of oily but ok.. I couldnt stop laughing! Now he knows better :) . Next time I will try using applesauce and cut back on the oil and shortening too. Thank you for a funny and great treat!!

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Kerbare January 01, 2008

Both of my dogs loved this treat. I have a St. Bernard and a Heinz 57. I made the "cookies" both small and big. I left out the cream of tartar since I didn't have any but will use it the next time I make them. It also filled my house with a wonderful smell!

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Chef Dawn Renee March 25, 2007

My Lab really loved these! I, too, used butter instead of the shortening as it was all I had. Also, I didn't have any cream of tartar so I left that out. They still came out great! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LoverlyLady February 16, 2007

These are great for big dogs, however they were to dry for my little dogs, which may be my fault but I followed the directions. Thanks for the recipe

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Catt2422 January 04, 2006

These are wonderful! Our golden retriever absolutely loved them. What I liked is that they are quick and easy to make (no cookie cutters required) and they come out looking like peanut butter cookies, with the fork pattern made on top. You'd never know these are dog cookies, they look so much like people cookies -- a great treat for our furry friends. I used butter instead of shortening because I had it on hand -- worked great. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

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quikgourmet July 18, 2005

I made these for our dogs for Christmas and they absolutely loved them. One of our dogs will not eat store purchased dog treats but she loves these. Thanks so much

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