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Kitty Pet Cookies

Kitty Pet Cookies created by Sandi From CA

A recipe from my girlfriend who makes these cat favorites on a steady basis for her pet cat, who just gobbles these up!

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  • Set oven to 350 degrees.
  • Oil a cookie sheet.
  • Mix all dry ingredients together.
  • Add in molasses, egg, butter (or oil if using) and milk; mix to combine.
  • Roll out flat on oiled cookie sheet; cut into small cat bite-sized pieces.
  • Bake 20 minutes.
  • Let cool; store in tightly sealed containers.
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"A recipe from my girlfriend who makes these cat favorites on a steady basis for her pet cat, who just gobbles these up!"
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  1. Sandi From CA
    Kitty Pet Cookies Created by Sandi From CA
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  2. Sandi From CA
    Well, so far 2 of my 3 cats refuse to humor me by eating this, but the catnip IS starting to get to *me*, so maybe I'll just have at it. ;o) Anyway, it was way too sticky to cut before cooking, so I just spread it out on a silpat mat, baked, let cool and then diced it up. Worked well that way. I might try some variations to see if I can get my brood to go for this since I just bought all of the ingredients, most of which I don't normally use, in ridiculous quantities. Dang cats! ;) Thanks, Jan!
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  3. sarikat
    I tried these over the weekend for my spoilt kitties- they liked it pretty well; I think they thought it was people food! I'll feed them some more soon and see if they continue to like it. One tip, I was able to find soy flour and wheat germ in bulk at my local farmer's market at a really good price. It *was* somewhat tedious cutting the cookies before baking, but well worth it in the end.
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  4. Auntie Jan
    A recipe from my girlfriend who makes these cat favorites on a steady basis for her pet cat, who just gobbles these up!
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