Now for Christmas, we bake the most delicious cookies for our loved ones. The dog usually stands next to us in the kitchen with a longing look and would love to nibble from the plate. Many of the foods we use to bake our treats are incompatible or even toxic for dogs.
That’s why we’ve put together a few recipes for you that you can use to make great cookies, especially for your dogs.
You should note that:
Everyone decides for themselves how they feed their dog and what ends up in the bowl. Therefore, when choosing the ingredients, you can respond exactly to the needs and, above all, to the taste of the dog. Another advantage is that you determine the ingredients yourself. This offers the possibility of avoiding or replacing allergies and intolerances if necessary.
You can then start with the usual household utensils.
Gouda – Parmesan Snacks
- 70 grams of grated Gouda
- 50 grams of Parmesan
- 3 eggs
This is a very easy recipe. Grate the cheese and place it in a mixing bowl along with the eggs. You have to puree the ingredients until the dough has a creamy consistency. You simply pour this batter over a baking pan and make sure that everything is evenly distributed in the indentations. You have to see. These baking mats are also available with great dog shapes.
You should then have preheated the oven to 180 degrees top and bottom heat. Place the baking mat in the oven and bake for about 25 minutes. Then remove from the oven and let cool. Then the Gouda Parmesan snacks will fall out of shape. When they have cooled down enough, your four-legged friend can also try the first snack.
- 80 grams of liver sausage
- 80 grams of yoghurt
- 50 grams of millet flakes
- 30 grams of puffed amaranth
- 1 egg
This recipe is also quick and easy to make. All you have to do is put all the ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix them into a smooth batter. Since we now want to cut out nice cookies, the dough should have the consistency of normal cookie dough. If your dough is too runny, simply add some amaranth or millet flakes. Roll out the dough on a baking mat and cut out with the cutters. Then bake the cookies at 180 degrees top and bottom heat for about 25-30 minutes.
Still, need a baking mat?
You should dry the treats well after baking. They must no longer be damp when you pack them. Otherwise, they can mould quickly. It is best to let it dry on the baking sheet after baking.
When storing your dog biscuits, you should avoid the development of moisture. Choose a can that is air permeable. Maybe a cookie jar with a dog motif. Alternatively, you can store the cookies in small cloth bags or give them away.
We think this cookie jar is particularly beautiful.