These chicken and liver dog cookies would be a great treat for any dog. I know my dog would love these for sure. These would make a great gift idea for my sisters dogs too. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Mar 21, 2011 - easy peasy liver treats dog treat/biscuit recipe
A healthy homemade liver dog treats recipe is a must for the dog owner who has decided to save their beloved canine companion from the burden of chemical laden products.
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Chef's Answer ~ Yes, you can substitute the oat and brown rice flour in this liver dog treat recipe with almond flour.
To make sure that your dog treats don't come out too dry, use the following method of measuring your almond flour. Lightly spoon your flour into the measuring cup until overflowing slightly. Then take the back of a butter knife, or other straight edge and level of the flour. This will help to make sure you don't use too much almond flour.
I hope this recipe works well for you and that your dog enjoys your baking efforts. :)
Homemade Grain Free Dog Treats, try this Liver and Potato Recipe
If you are just getting into baking homemade dog treats, liver is a great place to start. Since almost all dogs love liver, you will have lots of positive reinforcement for your hard baking efforts. And with simple recipes, bake up a batch, and see what your dog will do for some liver dog cookies!This easy dog treat recipe has only one ingredient, beef liver. Liver may not be the prettiest dog treat you can make, but trust me, your dog will not care. In fact, I bet your dog will start asking for it by name.Want to see more pictures of making these healthy homemade dog treats with liver and cranberries? and view our back issues because we featured this recipe in a past issue and our subscribers get lots of extra pictures and access to new recipes first!
These treats, almost cost me fingers! I suppose a dog can only be so good when there is liver involved.
1 pound Beef Liver
1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
2. Place the liver in the freezer for 30 minutes, it’ll make it easier to cut. Cut into 1/4 inch thick strips.
3. Add liver to water and allow it to boil for approximately 5 minutes, until the liver is no longer pink.*
4. Remove the liver from the water and rinse with cold water, then pat with paper towels until cool and dry.
5. Place on prepared baking sheet and bake for 20 to 30 minutes, or until it is dried.
Cool and store in an air tight container.
* The boiling cooks the liver and cuts down on the drying time, it also eliminates the mess of dealing with raw liver.
If you have a food dehydrator that can be used to dry the liver as well, just follow the manufacture’s instructions.