Gourmet Tasty Cookies For Dogs
Whether you want to help your dog lose weight, offer organic and natural nutritional supplements or simply give him an extra taste of love to his life, preparing him Homemade cookies its an excellent way to encourage a balanced diet made with the main ingredient every recipe should have: love.
Gourmet Cookies Recipe
to prepare 40 cookies you will need
• 2 cups all-purpose flour
• ¼ cup of oats
• ¼ cup bran or wheat bran
• Shredded Chicken/beef finely chopped
• 4 tablespoons of olive oil
• ¼ cup Water
• ½ cup of grated carrot/zucchini
First, turn the oven to 220ᵒ Celsius.
-The preparation is very simple. Place all the dry ingredients over a clean table and open a hole in the center to form kind of a volcano.
-Then, crack the egg and place it in the volcano, followed by the olive oil and start to fold the ingredients towards the center of the preparation, taking care to incorporate gradually the oils of the egg yolk and olive oil, with The dry elements.
-When you have a kind of floury pasta in lumps, start to add ¼ cup water 2 tablespoons at a time, until you get a dough that doesn’t stick to the hands. It is important that you do it this way since it will prevent the dough from being excessively moist.
-When it begins to form a consistent dough, dust the table with flour and continue kneading the dough until it stops sticking to your fingers.
-The dust the table again and spread it with the help of a rolling pin or an empty bottle of wine, until you get 1/4-inch thick dough that it’s easy to work with.
At this point, you can use molds in the form of bones, puppies, or simply cut them into regular and consistent triangles or rectangles, so that the baking time is the same for each cookie.
-Place on an oiled/buttered cooking tray, pinch them with a fork and leave in the oven for 20 minutes, or until they become golden on the surface.
Once cooked, remove from oven, let them cool for 20 minutes and get ready to please the palate of your best friend.
To store them, you can do it for 2 weeks in the refrigerator or 1 week inside a well-sealed cookie jar.
Also, dividing the dough into two portions and save one in the freezer will serve you, just like with the human cookies, for the second batch of future baking.