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Sometimes I think that my two dogs (Possum Bean - pictured, and Taxi Bean) only eat their food because it's followed by a treat. Sometimes I buy treats ...
A big mixing bowl Rolling pin Cookie sheet Mixing spoon Pizza wheel or knife for cutting dough into biscuit shapes Peanut butter All sorts of good things you ...
If you use oatmeal and then go and try to cut the biscuits you will find you get some really ragged edges, I just run my oatmeal, and ...
Don't measure, just use what you have, a little of this and a little of that. If you don't have a problem with dogs and corm meal by ...
Add some liquid, enough to make a corse meal that you can still stir around with a spoon.
Yes, it's Jif, yes it has sugar in it, but these are treats, if you really don't want your dog to have sugar or salt use natural peanut ...
Store what dough you don't use right away in the freezer and let it come to room temperature to make more biscuits in the future. The dough should ...
With a knife or a pizza wheel simply cut the uncooked dough into shapes and cook. I have a 16 pound dog and a 40 pound dog so ...
In a preheated, 275 F degree oven, bake for an hour and let the biscuits cool-down inside the oven. They will get nice and dried out that way. ...
A little shrunken, and nothing sticks to the pan.
No need to keep in the fridge, they'll stay fresh until they're gone.
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