Recipes

Healthy dog biscuit recipes & natural training treats

Sweet Potato Dog Biscuits

2      x       Cups of Rice Flour
2      x       Eggs
1      x       Medium Size Sweet Potato
1      x       Tablespoons Olive Oil
2      x       Tablespoons Water

 

Steam then mash sweet potato.
Lightly beat eggs then add flour and oil.
Add enough water to form a dough and knead for 5 minutes.
Roll out to 1cm thick then cut out shapes with cookie cutter.
Bake for 15-20 minutes at 180°
Cool, then store in air tight container.

 

Salmon Training Treats

1     x       Large Can of Pink Salmon (415g) undrained
5     x       Eggs
2     x       Cups of Rolled Oats
Flour

 

Lightly whisk eggs then mix all ingredients together; if necessary add enough flour so mixture is dough like and not too runny.
Press into a lined baking tray so mixture is about 1.5cms deep.
Bake in 180° oven for 15 – 20 minutes.
When cool cut into tiny squares, divide into individual portions and freeze. ( Cutting with a pizza wheel is easier than a knife)

 

Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits

1      x       Cup of Peanut Butter
3      x       Cups of Wholemeal Flour
2      x       Tablespoons Vegetable Oil
1      x       Cup of Chicken or Beef Stock (can use water instead)
Combine peanut butter, stock and oil in a bowl.
Gradually add flour mixing and kneading into a smooth dough.
Roll out to 1cm thick then cut out shapes with cookie cutter.
Bake for 12-15 minutes at 180°
Cool, then store in air tight container.

 

Kangaroo Meat Balls

1      x       Kilo of Kangaroo Mince
1      x       Egg
1      x       Cup of Boiled Rice
½     x       Cup of Grated Carrot
½     x       Cup of Grated Zucchini
Mix all ingredients together in a bowl then shape
into individual meatballs.
Lightly brown outside of meatballs in a frying pan.
When cool freeze for future use.
Can be thawed out and fed raw or cooked through in microwave.
N.B. This recipe works equally well with turkey or beef.

 

 

 

Sardine & Oat Dog Biscuits

2           x       Tins of Sardines in Oil (undrained)
60g       x       Wholemeal Flour
300g     x       Rolled Oats
1           x       Tablespoon of Water

 

Mash sardines.
Mix in flour, oats and water and combine well together.
Roll out to 1cm thick then cut out shapes with cookie cutter.
Bake for 20-25 minutes at 190°
Cool, then store in air tight container.

Pumpkin Puppuccino

1      x Cup of plain none fat yogurt
1/4 x  Cup pumpkin puree
2     x Tablespoons rolled oats
1      x Cup of Ice
1/4 x  Cup fat free whipped cream
1/4 x  Teaspoon ground cinnamon

Combine yogurt, pumpkin puree, rolled
oats and ice in a blender until smooth.
Serve immediately garnished with whipped
cream and cinnamon.

 

 

Tuna Chicklets

1              x       185g Can of Tuna (drained)
2              x       Eggs
200g        x       Chickpeas

 

Combine ingredients together and mash or blend to a smooth paste.

Press into silicone mould and bake at 180° for 6-8 minutes. When cool turn out, divide into training size quantities and freeze in individual bags until needed.