Microwave Dog Biscuit Treats

"Homemade Doggie snacks !!I have done a bit of research (due to the comments posted)and Onions can cause anemia in dogs. (garlic does not). I suggest you leave out the onion salt. Add celery salt or just ommit."
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  • Mix dry ingredients together.
  • Add egg and enough broth to moisten.
  • Roll dough into a ball (floured surface).
  • Roll dough out to desired thickness (thinner for smaller dogs) and cut with cookie cutter.
  • Place in a single layer on a microwave-safe baking dish.
  • Cook on HIGH in microwave for 10 minutes or until firm.
  • Let biscuits cool and harden.
  • Store in an airtight container.

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  1. I actually should give this 10 stars because my two little min-pins are very pleased. They want to thank you for this recipe! I used chicken broth and egg substitute. I only had to cook them 5 minutes and they were plenty done. Thank you!
  2. Please leave out the onion salt,dogs should not have onions in any form.
  3. When these were cooking, they had such a strong garlic smell that I thought no way would my little doggies (Dachshunds) eat these! But maybe that's why they love them so!! And these were very easy to make! I used a large bone cookie cutter and rolled the dough out a little thick, so they would have a treat that would last a little longer than two seconds - maybe like two minutes! :) Jagger, Maggie, & Chester says WOOF WOOF meaning thanks for the recipe and it's five stars!!!
  4. *****NO FORM OF ONIONS FOR DOGS!!!!***** in other words, please leave out the onion salt! In fact, dogs should not have any kind of spices, in any form. Dogs can not digest spices or onions!!!!
  5. Salt is also not good for dogs. And garlic is, in fact, toxic in large quantities. I think this would be just fine without all of the risky stuff.


  1. I tried these again and baked (zapped) them for only 3 minutes and they came out great! The dogs love them. I substituted 1 tsp of parmesan for the onion and garlic salts, and 1/2 teaspoon parsely for the garlic powder (for their breath). I think next time I'll follow the lead of one of the reviewers and glaze them with eggwhite. Anyway, thanks for the recipe. You might want to consider warning people to stop the microwave at 3 minutes and then to zap them one minute at a time until they're done. It took a long time to get the smoke out of my house from the previous batch, which I cooked for only 5 minutes.



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