Fur Baby Goodies
|2 oz. Meat baby food|
|What knot Jars ...|
First off gather your supplies
I like to use baby food that way I have a neat tiny jar for herbs or what knots.
|1 CUP of Wheat Germ|
( I have not had any issues )
I make the tiny coin shape treat about a half inch thick because you will squish them down just a smidgen with a fork to give them that nice peanut butter cookie design. If you need to add a bit of water to your hands do what feels right to you . I like my hand to be as dry as possible when forming the treats .
into the water
and squish not to much pressure they are really delicate treats
they may be a bit sticky at this stage .
Now the comes the fun part .......
makes 15 quarter size fur baby treats that now if you plan to make them as gifts during the Yuletide season by at all means use your regular size oven or you will be doing nothing but making treats for hours ... well, it takes up to 20 to 25 minutes per batch of 15 treats so you do the math ..... Bake at 250*
So good and if they were not so dry I would even ate them but I would have to have a lot of water ....lol...
I am sure they would give that ... I am full of baby food and wheat germ kind of feeling .
It serves it purpose. It has a bit of water damage because I didn't seal it with packing tape . I do this with A----lot of my jars ,that way I have magic all over my kitchen and storage areas.
Pyewackit loves them too .
Recipe in its entity : 2 oz of pureed meat I use baby food
1 cup of Wheat Germ
Mix together and form into small thick coins about the size of a quarter 1/2 inch thick . This will yield 15 quarter size treats . Now if you have a bigger dog of course it will take more . Just remember 2oz of meat to 1 cup of Wheat germ . and you will be fine . You could even, if you want to be ... more elaborate you could substitute a bit say . With a cup of finely chopped Oatmeal ....or.... you could go half a cup Oatmeal and half a cup Wheat Germ .It is literally that simple .
Two ingredients . Happy Fur Baby Treat Making to You
From the Cook of Shadows