Quick and healthy homemade dog biscuits
22 January 2021
Healthy dog biscuits for home baking are not only a treat for your dog but,...
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Healthy dog biscuits for home baking are not only a treat for your dog but, also assure you that there are no colorants, attractants and preservatives included. In addition, you can bake them suitable to the taste of your dog and renounce sugar and toxic food such as raisins and chocolate. With allergies such as lactose or grain, these ingredients can be omitted too.
When you are baking the biscuits for your dog, you can be as creative as you like. Through a variety of supplements such as pieces of fruits, mashed bananas, grated cheese, nuts, dried meat etc. you can refine the suggested recipes. Attention: Too many spices and baking powder should be avoided.
Artificial preservatives are not used in this biscuits for dogs, so they only last for around 2-3 weeks or just some days (eg. biscuits with meat). The finnished dog biscuits should be stored in any case in the fridge or maybe quick-freeze it.
We have now 2 great recipes for dog biscuits. Pick out your favorite one and do it yourself!
- 100g grated cheese
- 100g cottage cheese
- 1 egg
- 50g crumbled crispbread or 50g chopped nuts
- 200g flour
- 1 tablespoon oil
- maybe some water
Mix all the ingredients well, form into small balls and bake about 20 minutes at 180°. To get the crackers really crispy, let them dry in the oven at a low heat (50°).
Skip the store-bought dog treats and go homemade with these delicious recipes.
- 200g beef mince, minced horse meat or lamb mince
- 400g dark flour
- 100g oatmeal
- 2 eggs
- about 120ml beef stock
Mix all the ingredients well and roll it about 1cm thick. If you like you can cut it into squares or forms. Bake the biscuits for about 45 minutes at 180°. If desired, allow to cure at low temperature.
Healthy dog biscuits for home baking
If you know great recipes for healthy dog biscuits for home baking, we would be happy if you would share it with us!
Have fun baking!
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