13 January 2015

How to Make Homemade Dog Biscuits - Cheeseburger Chow

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FashionFake, lifestyle bloggers, UK lifestyle blog, homemade dog biscuits, how do I make dog biscuits, pet blog
FashionFake, lifestyle bloggers, UK lifestyle blog, homemade dog biscuits, how do I make dog biscuits, pet blog
FashionFake, lifestyle bloggers, UK lifestyle blog, homemade dog biscuits, how do I make dog biscuits, pet blog
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FashionFake, lifestyle bloggers, UK lifestyle blog, homemade dog biscuits, how do I make dog biscuits, pet blog

Some of you who have been on my Instagram over the last week would have seen that I bought a really cute book which is all about cooking for you dog. I know, I'm a crazy dog lady! But it's actually really useful as pet treats have a lot of added sugar and other ingredients which we don't know about that could potentially be harmful to our dear pooches. So I have decided to try and make Harvey homemade treats that I have made myself and know all the ingredients that were used.

On Saturday, I decide to bake Harvey some cheeseburger bites and all I needed was:
400g of plain oats
1 beef stock cube and 275ml of water to dilute it in
40g of parmesan cheese

Pour the oats into a bowl and add the stock - mix well so the oats and stock form a nice, almost solid mixture. Then slowly add in the parmesan cheese, mixing well.
Once the consistency is right (you want the 'dough' to not fall apart and bend around well), roll it out on a clean surface using a rolling pin. Then get some cookie cutters to cut out fun shapes: I didn't have a doggy bone one so I used hearts, starts and gingerbread men!
Place your biscuits on a baking tray and pop in the over at 180c for 30 minutes. Once the biscuits are baked, let them cool before giving one to your pooch to enjoy!

Harvey loved his cheesy bites and kept coming back for more, but it's important we remember that a treat is still a treat and should be a part of a healthy diet. These biscuits can keep in the fridge in an airtight container for 2 weeks, so feel free to make a big batch to store. I also think these biscuits make a really cute present for someone else's puppy!
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