Anyone have a good healthy baked cookie recipe hey wouldn't mind sharing? You can PM me if you don't want to take up room here. Thanks so much.
For human or dog.
What do you mean healthy. Without sugar, or with healthy things in it for humans. I have quite a few oat type things with dried fruit, but do have butter and a bit of sugar. Yuck without.
For dog I have a few. My favourite is rice crackers. Boil rice unti it is glug then whizz it with tuna, or cottage cheese, or just rice as I do for Erns. Flatten and bake in a slow oven until crunchy. Dogs love them...but then they like poop.
Last edited by kassabella; 10-23-2011 at 09:02 AM.
Lol, sorry about that! I definitely meant healthy for dogs!
Try these squash treats:
Dogs In Canada Magazine -- » Squash Treats
If you put "recipes" in the search button, you'll find more dog treat recipes.
There's tons of recipes with a plethora of healthy ingredients, depending on what's healthy for your dog. I make mine wheat, corn, and soy free since Autumn can be sensitive to those. I never add any salt (some recipes will have it, I omit it), I never add any sugar, and of course be sure to avoid things like onion powder and walnuts (I've surprisingly seen a large amount of dog treat recipes posted online that use walnuts). It's one of the no-no treats for dogs, and I prefer to be safe and not use them.
The most healthy ones I make are the rice crackers. No wheat, and you can add what you like.
I used to put in egg and tuna, parsley, garlic, cottage cheese, oil, peanut butter if they were a bit sticky rice flour to bulk them out a bit. It is so easy not too messy and keep for over a year. Discovered this when I made heaps (withut meat or tuna) for friends dogs and take to the dog park at Xmas and forgot a jar. I tried one and still ok.
I wash the rice to get the bits off it, but not too much as the starch hold it together. Boil until stodge and add what ever you want. Using a wet sppon put spoon fulls onto an oven tray, I flatten them and bake medium oven for about an hour or until hard. Need to be hard or they don't keep.
I am a bit lazy and don't like rolling things out so easy for me.
If the have meat or tuna, I try make small batches as I am not sure how long they keep with meat.
If you google you will find heaps of recipes.
Thanks everyone, I am going to try making some this week.