Good Doggie Dog Bones

Good Doggie Dog Bones created by Chippie1

A treat for our canine friends!

Ready In:
50mins
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directions

  • Preheat oven to 300 degrees.
  • In a large mixing bowl, combine all ingredients.
  • Stir until well blended.
  • Knead dough 2 minutes.
  • On a floured surface, use a floured rolling pin to roll out dough to 1/4-inch thickness.
  • Use a 2 1/2-inch long bone-shaped cookie cutter to cut out bones.
  • Bake 30 minutes on an ungreased baking sheet.
  • Remove from pan and cool on wire rack.
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  1. mums the word
    I found the dough easy to work with but really oily. Next time I will reduce the oil by a few tablespoons and see if it seems better. My dog seems to love them though so that is all that matters. Thx Cricket!
  2. Theldara
    I made these as Christmas gifts to some pets in the family. They were a huge hit, both with those dogs and my own picky dog! I suggest using real broth though (I used a can of it) instead of bouillon, as the bouillon ones seemed to make the dogs thirsty.
  3. gruntlady
    made these this morning for my friend and her 4 legged kid a lab named Charlie...he said to thank you...these rolled out great..I had to substitute all purpose flour as I had no wheat..I used beef broth instead of the bouillon and water... hit the batter with a little garlic powder... thanks for a nice little treat for the pooch....
  4. gruntlady
    made these this morning for my friend and her 4 legged kid a lab named Charlie...he said to thank you...these rolled out great..I had to substitute all purpose flour as I had no wheat..I used beef broth instead of the bouillon and water... hit the batter with a little garlic powder... thanks for a nice little treat for the pooch....
  5. DeSouter
    My sister tried these treats and the pooches seemed to really like them (but, hey, they're dogs...they'll eat pretty much anything. They were more than willing to accept the treats for as long as they lasted. My sister even tasted them (shudder) and said that they tasted a lot like bread...smelled like it, too. A winner that you should make for your own four-legged friends.
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