Recipes to reward your good dog

 

Here are some recipes that you might like to try

Liver cake
Recipe for a well behaved Dog 
 

1lb (450g) Liver  (Pigs liver is best)

1lb (450g) Granary flour

3 eggs

2-3 cloves of garlic (crushed)

3 tablespoons oil

A little milk

 

Liquidise the liver, eggs, oil, milk & garlic.

Add to flour & mix.

Put ½ mix in a shallow dish & microwave for about 10 mins. (Turn over ½ way through cooking.)

Repeat with other ½.

Cool on a wire rack,& then cut into cubes, and freeze.

 

The cake only keeps for a few days unfrozen

 

 

Turmeric biscuits

 

2 eggs

Turmeric, coconut oil, and ground pepper (amounts that suit your dog)

1/2 cup cooked rice (brown is good)

1/2 cup cooked mashed pumpkin

1 cup of Gluten free self raising flour (plus some extra for the rolling board)

 

Cook the rice and pumpkin then cool (don’t overcook – better to be a little firm)

Mix eggs, pumpkin and rice, and add Turmeric, oil and pepper

Add flour, little at a time and mix to a stiff dry dough (If you increase the wet ingredients then you just keep increasing the dry gluten flour until you have a stiff dough. Make sure it’s a dry (ish) stiff dough so when cooked the biscuits are dry and hard. But don’t stress too much as the dogs will still eat them!)

Roll out on a floured board to an even thickness

Cut out shapes and put on an oiled tray (you can add a bit more oil on top of each biscuit. Coconut oil gives a lovely golden finish and smells great)

Use the left over’s on another tray and just crumble (with the rice added it’s hard to re-roll)

Cook in a hot oven at about 450 degrees fahrenheit, the time will depend on how thick they are. It only takes 10 minutes and then turn the oven off and let them sit for another 5 minutes.

Keep them in a freezer and take them out as you need them.

 

Cream Cheese & Honey Treats 
 

400g whole-wheat flour

200g cream cheese, softened

120ml chicken stock or water

85ml honey

1 egg

50ml vegetable oil

1 tsp pure vanilla extract

1 knob of butter 

 

Combine all the ingredients, except the butter.  

Mix together using your hands until the ingredients have combined to form a dough.

If you don't want to cook the whole batch in one go, you can freeze the dough you don't use. This will keep for about 2 months. 

Roll out the dough to the thickness you desire & cut out the biscuits.

 

Grease a baking tray with a little butter. Lay the biscuits on the tray & place in an oven that is preheated to 200C. Bake for 10 - 15 minutes or untill golden brown  

 

Remove from oven & alloww to cool, or when you have finished baking turn off the oven & return the biscuits to the cooling oven for an hour to give them an extra crunchy texture. 

 

The bisciuts should keep for a month in an air-tight container or freeze & take out when wanted.

Ploughman's Dog Treats 
 

400g whole-wheat flour

80g oats

200g grated cheese

160g apple puree

100ml chicken stock or water

20ml vegetable oil

1 egg, (beaten)

1 dash apple cider vinegar

1 knob of butter 

 

Combine the flour, oats,chicken stock or water, oil apple puree &  cheese. Mix well & add the egg. Add the dash of cider vinegar & stir well.

the cider vinegar is supposed to give dogs coats a beuatiful glossy sheen.

 

Mix together using your hands until the ingredients have combined to form a dough.

 

If you don't want to cook the whole batch in one go, you can freeze the dough you don't use. This will keep for about 2 months. 

 

Roll out the dough to the thickness you desire & cut out the biscuits.

 

Grease a baking tray with a little butter. Lay the biscuits on the tray & place in an oven that is preheated to 200C. Bake for 10 - 15 minutes or untill golden brown  

 

Remove from oven & alloww to cool, or when you have finished baking turn off the oven & return the biscuits to the cooling oven for an hour to give them an extra crunchy texture. 

 

The bisciuts should keep for a month in an air-tight container. 

Chicken & Cheddar Treats 
(You can use Tuna instead of chicken-you will need less liquid)
 

400g whole-wheat flour

200g cooked chicken shredded

100g grated cheddar cheese

200ml chicken stock or water (less if you use tuna)

60ml vegetable oil

1 egg, (beaten)

1 knob of butter 

 

Combine all the ingredients except the butter.

 

Mix together using your hands until the ingredients have combined to form a dough. If too firm add more liquid , if too sticky add flour.

 

If you don't want to cook the whole batch in one go, you can freeze the dough you don't use. This will keep for about 2 months. 

 

Roll out the dough to the thickness you desire & cut out the biscuits.

 

Grease a baking tray with a little butter. Lay the biscuits on the tray & place in an oven that is preheated to 200C. Bake for 10 - 15 minutes or untill golden brown  

 

Remove from oven & alloww to cool, or when you have finished baking turn off the oven & return the biscuits to the cooling oven for an hour to give them an extra crunchy texture. 

 

The bisciuts should keep for a month in an air-tight container. 

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