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Old 10-29-2009, 08:43 AM
SkyePR SkyePR is offline
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Smile Beefy Biscuits!

Beefy Biscuits

2 cups whole wheat or all purpose flour

1 cup cornmeal

1/4cup wheat germ

2 teaspoon beef bouillon powder

1/2 teaspoon yeast extract (adds additional meaty flavour)

Mix above ingredients in a medium bowl.

Add: 1 large egg, 1 tablespoon cooking oil and 1 cup hot water.

Stir well. Roll out on a well-floured surface to 1/2 inch thickness. Place on ungreased cooking sheet. Bake on center rack, (275 F. or 140 C) for about 2 hours until dry and very hard. Let stand overnight to dry thoroughly. Makes 10 big bones and 14 puppy bones.

Old 10-31-2011, 01:10 AM
benwincky benwincky is offline
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Well since I can no longer get Kirkland's dog biscuits, and with all of Kaybie's allergy issues, I decided to try making my own. I looked through my cupboards to see what ingredients I already had and then looked online for a few recipes and sort of created my own based on those things.
I didn't measure anything, but these are basically:
- two melted beef bullion cubes in aprx 2 cups of water
- 3 cups of oatmeal
- 2 eggs
- parsley (I read that this is a natural breath freshener for dogs)
- a little bit of baking powder

I mixed these ingredients all together and then slowly added flour and continued mixing until it was dough. Then I rolled the dough out on a flour coated tray and cut it into "bars" and put them on greased baking sheets. Every recipe I have says to cook them for a different amount of time so I'm just checking them every so often. I have them at 325 degrees and they've been in for aprx 25 minutes so far and are almost hard all the way through. Then it says to turn the oven off and crack the door open and let them cool in there to let them fully harden. Then store them in the fridge for up to a month or freeze them for when needed. I'll let you know how they turn out and take a picture too

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