Made from a simple recipe with a limited number of natural ingredients, BLUE Basics Biscuits are the perfect treat for dogs with food sensitivities.
Simple Homemade Dog Biscuits - The Blond Cook
The basic recipe for homemade dog biscuits is really very simple. And with multiple versions available through a quick Internet search, you can almost tailor it to suit what you already have lying around the kitchen. This recipe is adapted from the one on dog trainer website:
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Basic Dog Biscuit Recipe
If you’re new to making homemade dog treats, this is a great recipe to start with. You only need four simple ingredients and away you go! Your dog will thank you for them.
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Basic Dog Biscuits from Cesar Millan. 2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour (or substitute regular flour or oats, I used oats and a bit of whole wheat bran), 1/2 tsp salt, 1 egg, 1 tsp beef or chicken stock, 1/2 cup hot water; Preheat oven to 350, knead together ingredients, roll dough to 1/2 inch thick, cut into slices/bone shapes, cook for 30 mins on lightly greased cookie sheet. George is a fan!Homemade dog treats are easy to make. To make them low-calorie, substitute some of the ingredients such as egg whites for whole eggs and lean meat without the fat. Two types of treats you can create with little fuss are a basic dog biscuit and a trail mix.In this post we will look at the positive benefits of making your own dog treats and biscuits at home, and without any special equipment (though if you want to get special bone-shaped molds, you should). We will look at some easy, basic recipes as well, and highlight some ingredients that you should save only for human consumption, leaving them out of your homemade dog treats.For basic dog treats with tasty applesauce and oatmeal, start with ingredients that are likely already in your pantry. You'll need 2 cups of barley, wheat or white flour and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Gather 1/3 cup of unsweetened applesauce and 1/2 cup oatmeal—the real kind, not the instant kind. (It's often called old-fashioned oatmeal.) Mix it all together, adding up to 3 tablespoons of water if necessary to bring it all together into a dough. Roll it out to about half an inch thick, then cut out shapes with cookie cutters. Any shape will do, although your pup might enjoy the standard dog biscuit shape. Bake for 30 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit. You and your dog might be anxious to give the treats a try, but be sure to wait until they're cool.