Introduction: Pie for Furry Friends
Everyone loves pie - and don't you forget our furry friends!
In this Instructable I show you how to make your dog VERY happy
- and you'll see that my dog "Saruman" would do anything to get one of theese delicious pies!
Special Pie to Special dogs :)
Step 1: Ingredients
For 12 mini-pies
For the Pie-crust :
(g= gram for europe )
7 Oz (200g) wholemeal flour (rye)
1,8 Oz (150g) oatmeal
1/2 cup ( 50g) wheatflour
1 tbs hacked chives
1/2 grated Carrot
2 tbs wet Dogfood
1/2 grated carrot
1 grated potato
or whatever your dog loves
you'll need a bowl and a normal-sized baking tin for 12 cupcakes
Step 2: The Crust
heat your oven to 392°F
during the heating-process mix the ingredients for the crust.
add as much milk as needed to get an not-crumbling and yet -not sticky dough.
take a golfball-sized doughball and fill the cupcake-tin with it.
the left-over dough is for the top-cover.
when your done place the tin in the oven for about 10 to 15 mins ( time is not that important)
Step 3: The Filling
while the crusts are in the oven:
mix all ingredients for your filling.
maybe your dog has a taster ;) - if she's satisfied - fill the crusts.
Step 4: The Top
take the leftover - dough and add some water - it should be easy to work with it
again : it should not crumble
flatten a small amount and lay it on the crusts and press it slightly down on the edges to close the pie.
You may decorate them with a little grated cheese ( ask your dog about it)
when your done - place the pies in the oven for about 15 to 20minutes.
Step 5: Do the Dishes and Wait
Step 6: Decorate
if you like you can decorate your pies with dog-friendly treats.
i decorated a special one with banana-chips.
The pies are ment as a treat - so don't give your dog more than 2/day the left-over pies can be stored in the freezer.
Step 7: Finally!
after the pies are cool ( of course!)
they are ready to serve!
as you see on the pictures Saruman does everything for it and it's a birthday pie :)
Warning: Don't use candles unless your dog is well-trained and comfortable with it!
PS: the pies are a good way to learn your dog that trick ;).