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We have a post regarding recipes for us. How about sharing recipes for our furkids.

I'll start. I posted this one previously, but will be adding others when I find my Dog Recipe Book.

Yogurt Pupsicles

Mix large container of Yogurt (with live acidophilus cultures and no sugar) with ground Carrots, Apples (raw or cooked) or lightly cooked ground Liver. Ladle into ice-cube trays and freeze. They love them and it a great way to give them a cool treat on hot days.
 

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Carob Loaf Cake (I have used this for my fur kids birthday)

1 1/2 c. all purpose flour
3/4 c. of milk
1/4 c. of margarine softened
4 egg yolks
2 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. of salt
2 ounces of melted carob

Directions:

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour loaf pan,9x5x3. Beat all ingredients in a large mixing bowl. Pour into pan. Bake 65-70 minutes. Let cool. Frost with cream cheese or plain yogurt.
 

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Oh I'll play!!! Although I'm not going to share the potential dog bakery recipes!!


This is one of Blue's favorites (and it is good for the parents too):

1 banana or apple, finely sliced (I tend to leave ours a little chunky)
2 oz (50 g) dried apricots, chopped
1 oz (25 g) dates, chopped
3 1/2 oz (100 ml) low-fat live natural yogurt
1 teaspoon honey

toss together and serve. Makes 3-4 portions. This recipe lasts 2-3 days in the refrigerator.
 

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That sounds yummy Maria. The Apple in yours reminds me of the recipe for Apple Crunch Pup Cakes.

2 3/4 cups water
1/4 cup applesauce, unsweetened
1/4 teaspoon vanilla
4 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup dried apple chips ( you can also use fresh fruit)
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 egg, beaten slightly
4 tablespoons honey

Directions:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray muffin tin with cooking spray. Mix all wet ingredients thoroughly. Combine dry ingredients in separate bowl. Add wet to dry slowly , scraping well to make sure no dry mixture is left. Pour into muffin tins. Bake for 1 1/4 hours or until a toothpick inserted into center comes out dry. Store in a sealed container. Makes around 12-14 pupcakes.
 

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I'm in awe of you ladies! We're lucky if I cook for the humans, and you make these wonderful goodies for your furkids.
Guess who won't get the, Beagle Mom of the Year, award.
 

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I haven't tried those yet Deb, we will have to try it they sound great. We have a rule in our house if we don't eat it, we won't feed it to the dog. We try everything we make for him and have several other taste testers that are very happy we want to start a bakery. I just need to get my nerve up and get it opened!!
 

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Wow, those sound really yummy!! I'll have to try making some of them. Here's my 'signature rice dish' that Boeing can never get enough of (well it seems like he never gets enough of any food). Since I never use exact measurements for the ingredients, I'll leave it to you to figure out the appropriate amount of each. Here we go.

Cooked rice (we prefer brown rice here)
BBQ chicken meat cut up into small pieces
Diced carrots
Steamed green beans
Steamed pumpkin
Some gravy

Just mix everything together and that's it. Very simple
I don't make this very often though.
 

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Just a little thing that came to my mind, is:

Take a butternut squash, cut to cubes, put on an oven pan, scatter honey over the cubes, and bake until soft....

I mix a little with Chloe's dry food, or as desert. She ADORES it and goes wild when it's in the oven. It's also very good for their digestion and is a real treat
 

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Yum! That sounds great Eleanor. I will have to give that one a try.
 

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I haven't tried this yet, but I found it online and thought it sounded super simple and plan to make some up this weekend. I have no doubt Duke and Cassie will love them.

Super Simple Peanut Butter Chunks

2 cups whole wheat flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 cup chunky natural peanut butter
1 cup non fat milk

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees.
Grease cookie sheets.

In large bowl, combine flour and baking powder. Use another bowl and combine the peanut butter and milk.

Add the milk and peanut butter mixture to the dry ingredients and mix well.

On floured surface, turn out the knead. Roll out to 1/4 thick. Cut out using cookie cutters.

Place on baking sheets and bake for about 20 minutes or until lightly browned. Place on racks to cool then store in airtight containers.
 

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Peanut's Light Biscuits

2 cups Whole wheat flour
1/2 cup Soy flour
1/2 cup Cornmeal
1/4 cup Brewer's yeast
1/4 cup Dry milk powder
1 tsp. Garlic powder
1 tbs. Parsley - finely chopped (great for breath issues - LOL)
1 pkg. Dry active yeast
1/4 cup Warm water
1 cup Chicken stock
GLAZE 1 Egg beaten + 1 tbs. Milk

Dog Food Recipe Directions:

Preheat oven to 300F. Combine the flours, cornmeal, brewer's yeast, dry milk powder, garlic powder and parsley in large bowl. In a small bowl, dissolve the yeast in warm water and stir well. Then add the chicken stock. Pour the liquid mixture into dry ingredients. Working with your hands, combine all ingredients completely. Knead for several minutes.

Sprinkle a board with additional cornmeal and roll dough out to 1/4 thickness. Cut into shapes and place on un-greased cookie sheet. Brush lightly with egg glaze (beaten egg and milk added together) and bake 45 minutes. Turn heat off and let biscuits dry out in oven for several hours or overnight. Store in airtight container.
 

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I guess I am going to have to copy everybody else's recipes and add them to my cookbook.
 

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Yummy Deb!!! I will search my stash and see if there are more I can share. We are working on changing some for high altitude and taste for the bakery.
 

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Maria you are only about 220 North West of me. Being in Colorado, I have found that the recipes that I have shared so far are okay for high altitude.
 
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