November 29th 2012 6:59 am
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Yummy,yummy Holidays are coming and I have
homemade Pup Biscuits... Going to leave Santa Paws
some too! Maybe the reindeer like cookies?????
Trying to get on that nice list and off the
naughty list before Christmas.
Morning pals.... Tell those Mommas and Gmas to
get the apron,hotpads,flour and such. Then beat
it to the kitchen. You know the place with all
Cuz ALL puppers deserve homemade biscuits for the Holidays!
So here is an easy recipe that Gma invented....
Can make many different kinds with just some swaps
.......these are pretty low fat and I like them
better than the high fat ones.
HOMEMADE TREATS FOR YOUR LOYAL PUPPERS
PUMPKIN PEANUTBUTTER OATMEAL BISCUIT
1 c quick oatmeal
1 1/2 c flour
2T. honey(if you don't have use molasses,little pancake syrup or brown sugar)
1/2 c pumpkin
3-4 T. peanutbutter
1/4 c skim milk (whatever milk you have on hand)
Mix up and dough was soft. so then sprinkle a little flour at a time on the dough. when dough is like a very soft play dough divide into 2 balls. flour your pastry sheet and roll out like a pie crust or cookies. cut with the cookie cutter (ours was 3" x 1 1/4" bone shaped) No cutter,don't worry roll into balls and flatten with fingers. we rolled the dough to about 1/4" thick.
We have a convection electric oven so temperature and baking time may vary by what you bake in.
Baked at 375 for 15 min. turned over and baked 10 more min. Turn oven off and leave in oven until oven is cold. This will harden them so they will keep.
Mazy has put her personal seal of approval on these.
She LOVES them!
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Mazy sounds really yummy! Mom will make some fur us pups! Can kitties eat them too.HeHe
they sound very yummy, thank you for the recipe
we hope you enjoy them. if you don't have pumpkin swap it out with banana or applesauce. they will work fine too. if dough is too soft just add a little extra flour until like play dough.
Those sound really good - I love getting homemade cookies!
This recipe sounds pawsome.