One of best dog biscuit recipes on this site for quick and easy prep and for ingredient awareness. Other recipes I looked at here used questionable ingredients like onion salt (NO onions), garlic salt (NO salt) and baking powder (Why do dogs need fluffy cookies?). I ground my rolled oats into a flour and I used a 1/4 teaspoon of powdered garlic instead of cinnamon. They crisped up enough for breaking into a few smaller pieces which is what I use for training. I am thinking this would be a great basic recipe to improvise with meat drippings or the water from tinned salmon or tuna. Thanks for sharing this Milk & Cookies! Kiva and I appreciate it!
I made theswe with oat flour instead of Spelt. Not because of the pp (spelt is a different species than "flour") but because I thought I had spelt and didn't. My dogs love these. Their breath smells better because of these cookies. They didn't "crisp" up enough to store them a long time. I thinki it was because I didn't use the specific spelt as called for, but I also think it was because of the altitude. The were good anyway, and with enough brown sugar, I think we could probably eat them ourselves...
Spelt is wheat. I still can't feed this to my dogs. I am suprised your dog can eat them!
Takota just loves these
I have to give this a 5 because our Hope (Engligh bulldog) sure wolfs these down. I was looking for dog food recipes since the pet food contamination issue. These are really easy to make and she seems to really like them. I will be making these again. Thanks for the recipe. Made for PAC 2007.