"These are chicken and Cheddar cheese flavored treats for man's best friend. Give a package of treats to a favorite dog. Include a cutter and a copy of the recipe." — MARSHAB
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chicken bouillon granules
shredded Cheddar cheese
2 1/2 cups
whole wheat flour
This recipe is great, and very easy. Instead of plain cornmeal I used a jiffy mix that I had a on hand. My mixture was a little moist so I needed to add additional flour. Other than these few small changes this recipe is fantastic as is. My german shepherd loves them!
My dog, who isn't normally picky, wouldn't eat these, but any other dog I have given these to loved them.
Since we were already going to be making holiday cookies for family and friends, we decided to try out a recipe for our four legged family members. If our puppy's reaction is any indication, the other dogs will be truly happy this Christmas!
My Patterdale Terrier loves these. I'm not too keen on giving him refined sugar, so I used about a 1/2 tablespoon of pure honey instead. I added 3 or 4 tablespoons of dried parsley to half the dough in an attempt to curb some of his puppy breath. It didn't seem to work (fresh parsley might be more effective), but he really likes the flavor of those too. Thanks! :)
Thanks for this great recipe! My dog is so finicky that in the 7 years I've had her I could not find any store-bought dog biscuits that she would eat. I decided to try making my own and she LOVES them! It makes me feel so happy to finally have a healthy treat for her!
Lance, my pooch, loved these. I made them as Christmas gifts for everyone I know that owns a dog. They do not, as others have said, have a large shelf life. The were easy to make and seemed to be liked by the furry friends. I didn't try them myself :-)
I am making these right now, and my dog has been at my feet since I started. She loves the dough, so far, and I know she is going to love the finished product. I cut the pieces into smaller squares with a pizza cutter because I don't have a dog-bone cookie cutter yet. I am glad I came across the recipe because I had all of the ingredients on-hand and am sick of buying over-priced treats at the store. I also love the idea you gave of giving these as a gift with a cookie cutter!!!
5 Paws up, My Four legged friend who did not care for any of the two other doggie treat recipes we have tried, loves loves these!!!! She kept coming back for more. We did not have Chicken bouillon so we used the powder from a chicken gravy mix. We also substituted at tsp of honey for the tsp of sugar.
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