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Bake your own dog biscuits

The list of dog cookie recipes in the net and cookbooks is endless! We tried some of them ourselves and here we put some recipes online. If you feel like you can also bake them easily!
 

Potato and hamburger biscuits

 

 


 
200g potato flour
 
100g of vigorous meat (e.g., beef, horse or poultry heart)
 
2 eggs
 
2 tablespoons oil
 
About 50ml of water (as required so that the dough gets a good consistency)
 
Mix everything, roll out and cut out shapes as desired or cut into small taler or quadrangle. Bake at about 160 degrees for 25 minutes (depending on the thickness of the cookie bake and adjust the temperature). If necessary, allow to dry at low temperature (possibly cooking spoon in the oven door).
 
 
 
Cheesecracker
 
100g grated cheese
 
100g cottage cheese
 
1 egg
 
50gcrispbread crumbled or 50g chopped nuts
 
200g flour
 
1EL oil
 
Possibly some water, if the dough is otherwise too firm
 
Mix everything well, form small balls and bake for about 20 minutes at 180 degrees. To get the crackers crispier, then let them dry in the oven at low heat (50 degrees).
 
 
Quarkballs
 
400g oatmeal
300g of low fat quark
12 tbsp yogurt
12 tbsp oil
2 eggs
 
Mix all the ingredients until a tough paste is formed.
Cover the backplate with baking paper.
From the dough form small balls and put on the baking paper.
Bake in the oven at about 200 degrees and about 30 minutes
Let it cool and dry
Store refrigerated
 
 
Tuna talers
 
 1 can of tuna in own juice
 
 2 tablespoons oil
 
 1 egg
 
 300g corn flour
 
 150g dog flakes (or oats)
 
Chopped parsley

 

Mix well and form 1cm thick taler. If the liquid in the tuna is not sufficient, some oil or water may be added. Then bake for about 30 minutes at 150 degrees. If the taler is still too soft, it can be further dried at low heat (possibly cooking spoon in the oven door).
 

Liver patépralins 

200g oatmeal
 
150g grainy cottage cheese
 
100g liver sausage
 
1 egg
 
5 tbsp oil
 
  Possibly some water or meat broth (amount as required to get a dough of good consistency)
 
  Mix everything well and form small pralins. Bake at about 160 degrees for 35 minutes.
 
 
Honey-Nut-Cracker

 400g oatmeal

  100g chopped or ground nuts
 
  1EL honey
 
  2 eggs
 
  150g flour
 
  50g grated cheese
 
  100ml of water
 
  Some cinnamon
 

The amount of flour and water can be easily adjusted so that the dough acquires a good consistency. Knead everything well and roll out about 1cm thick. For christmas biscuits can be used well Christmas cookie cutters, otherwise in taler or square cut. Bake at 140 degrees for about 45 minutes. If you want the biscuits to be more crisp / dry, then continue to dry in the oven at low heat (possibly cooking spoon in the oven door) or leave it in the oven when the oven door is closed until it has cooled down.