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Cool Dog Treat Recipes

This recipe is very forgiving and has plenty of room for error!


Container of Chicken Livers (I get the containers that you find in the meat section with the chickens - they are about 1 1/2 lbs).
1 egg
1-cup wheat germ
1-teaspoon garlic powder
Enough flour to make a batter the consistency of human brownie mix... (Amount will vary depending on the amount of liquid in the livers. If you make it too thick, add a little water to thin out...)
9x13 inch baking pan - well greased and floured.


In blender, blends liver and egg until as smooth as possible. Pour into large bowl. Add wheat germ, garlic powder and mix well. Add flour - start with one cup and add 1/4 - 1/2 cup at a time after that until desired consistency reached.

Pour into pan and bake at 350 F for 10 - 15 minutes, check and keep checking every five minutes or so until knife inserted in center comes out clean.

These will keep refrigerated for about a week



1-cup oatmeal (not the instant type)
1/3-cup butter, margarine or shortening
1 1/2 cups hot broth (chicken, beef, lamb or vegetable)
1/3-cup powdered milk
1/3-cup cornmeal
1 beaten= egg
2 - 4 cups whole-wheat flour


In large bowl, pour hot broth over the oatmeal and butter and let sit for 5 minutes. Mix in the powdered milk, cornmeal and egg. Add the flour one cup at a time until you have stiff dough. I mix in about 1 1/2 to 2 cups then knead in the rest on a lightly floured surface. Knead the dough until smooth. (You may wish to let dough cool it could be HOT).

Roll out to about 1/2" thick and cut with your favorite cookie cutter (medium sized cutters work best). Place on greased cookie sheet and bake in a 350 F over for 40 - 50 minutes. Cookies should come out dry and just slightly browned at the edges. Let cool and keep refrigerated for up to a week or frozen for up to three months.


This is a fun idea for a gift, raffle, etc...


The ingredients from above recipe (except the fat, egg and broth)
Dry milk that comes in individual envelopes
Bullion cube of your preference (I use chicken or beef)
Large and small zipper close bags
Labels for bags (write-on stickers work fine)
Cookie cutter (dog related if possible)
Card (for writing instructions on)
Gift bag, tissue paper and ribbons


In separate bags put Oatmeal, Cornmeal and flour (I use three cups flour). Label each bag. I put the bullion cube in the Oatmeal bag and note that on label...

Line gift bag with tissue paper and place in bags of dry ingredients and one envelope of dry milk.

On card, print directions to make the cookies. I also include the recipe on an insert. Put card in envelope and punch hole in corner. Run ribbon through hole and also through cookie cutter.

Tie handles of gift bag closed and tie the card and cookie cutter to the handles. Decorate and jazz up however you would like.