Elissa's StoryWith 7 dogs and occasional foster dogs, buying treats can get costly (not to mention unhealthy sometimes). These are inexpensive, easy, and healthy.
Whole wheat flour
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1Preheat oven to 350 degrees
2Mix all ingredients until just blended
3roll out dough to 1/4" thickness, and cut into bite size pieces or use cookie cutters
4Bake for 40 minutes, and cool for 2 hours.
Dale Stanley viction - Dec 4, 2009
Wow, this is so cool! Are the biscuits chewy or hard? Do you have to store them in any particular way? This might be what Max and Ruby get in their stockings this year for Christmas! ;-)
Elissa Powers elp6n - Dec 4, 2009
They're hard biscuits. Just keep them in dry storage (zip lock bags, canisters...).
Karen Tate Cookin43 - Dec 20, 2009
Sounds great! I have four dogs, and they always like a new treat.
Elissa Powers elp6n - Dec 20, 2009
Mine love them just as much, or maybe more, than any store bought treat.
Adalene Cobb NanasCookin - Feb 19, 2010
Just found your recipe! Saw your pic and had to take a look. I'm absolutly delighted and can't wait to make a batch or two...I have "Several" Li'l darling's (all Doxie's) that adore there treats, Your recipe seems just like what the Doxie's ordered!!