Meaty-Yummy: selfmade cookies

Selfmade dog cookies

Dogs love delicious cookies, just like we do – and not only for Christmas. We created some recipes for dog cookies that you can bake at home quite easily. Depending on the favour of your dog, you can prepare the cookies with every variety of PLATINUM MENU and therefore treat your dog with different flavours. Please be aware, that the cookies are only storable in the fridge due to the high percentage of meat and should be consumed within 3 to 4 days!

The measurement of each recipe lasts for 12 cookies (depending on the size).

Meaty potato-cocos-cookies

Ingredients

100 g MENU Chicken                               ½ banana or 5 g chia seeds with 20 ml water

1 tsp. oil                                                    20 g shredded coconut

20 g mashed potatoes flakes (not salted or spiced) / oat flakes / spelt flakes

Optionally a pinch of turmeric and / or thyme, rosemary, parsley

Preparation

Step 1

Mash the banana or let the chia seeds soak in the water for about 15 minutes, until a gelatine-like texture is formed. Afterwards, add PLATINUM MENU and the shredded coconut and process it into dough by using a fork. In order to process the dough easier, add the oil. At last, sprinkle the mashed potato flakes on it and knead it very well. (go on to step 2)

 

Meaty potato-chia-cookies

Ingredients

100 g MENU Turkey+Salmon                     20 g concentrated butter (not butter) or 1 tsp. oil

30 g maize meal or buckwheat meal                     5 g chia seeds

50 g potatoes / sweet potatoes                    20 ml water

Optionally a pinch of turmeric and / or thyme, rosemary, parsley

Preparation

Step 1

First of all, take the concentrated butter out of the fridge and allow it to stand at room temperature. Let the chia seeds soak in the water for about 15 minutes, until a gelatine-like texture is formed. Peel the potatoes or sweet potatoes, cut it into cubes and cook it. The concentrated butter and PLATINUM MENU now can be mashed and mixed with a fork. Fold the chia seeds in and sprinkle the maize meal over it, then mix it. At last, mash the potatoes with the fork, add it to the dough and then knead it. (go on to step 2)

 

Meaty spelt flakes and parmesan cheese cookies

Ingredients

100 g MENU Chicken                                  30 g spelt flakes

5 g chia seeds                                           20 ml water

1 tsp. oil                                                        20 g parmesan cheese

¼ grounded apple

Preparation

Step 1

First, let the chia seeds soak in water for about 15 minutes, until a gelatine-like texture is formed. Then mash the PLATINUM MENU with a fork and mix it with spelt flakes. Fold the chia seeds into it and add the parmesan cheese and the apple. Then gently knead the dough. (go on to step 2)

 

Meaty banana-coconut-cookies

Ingredients

100 g MENU Turkey+Salmon                     20 g concentrated butter (not butter) or 1 tsp. oil

30 g grounded coconut                                      ½ banana

20 g potato meal                                       100 g PLATINUM dry dog food

Preparation

Step 1

Mash the banana by using a fork and mix it with the PLATINUM MENU and the concentrated butter. Then add the grounded coconut and potato meal to the dough. Use a food processor, a macerator or a mixer to grind the PLATINUM dry dog food and then add it into the dough. Afterwards knead the dough gently. (go on to step 2)

 

Meaty rye-oat-cookies

Ingredients

375 g MENU Pure Fish                                  100 g oat flakes 

210 g rye whole grain meal                            1 tsp. baking powder

1 tbsp. olive oil                                                  1 egg

Preparation

Step 1

Mix the PLATINUM MENU and the oat flakes with a fork into dough. Then fold the egg and the olive oil into the rye whole grain meal and the backing powder. Afterwards gently knead the dough. (go on to step 2)

 

Step 2

Wrap the dough into cling film and put it into the fridge for at least 30 minutes.

Then knead the dough again and form balls of the same size. After that form about 10 cm long rolls out of the balls. Then shape the ends, so small bones are evolving. If you want to cut out the cookies, we recommend you to broaden sprinkle potato flakes / maize meal / potato meal / buckwheat meal / rye whole grain meal on worktop, rolling pin and dough. Then start by pressing down the dough with your hands and rolling it out until it is about 8 mm thick. After that you can cut the cookies in your desired shape. If gluten-free meal is used, the dough is not that sticky. Therefore it is recommended to press the dough together while rolling it out.

Heat your oven to 160° C and bake the cookies for 35 to 45 minutes. Before tasting, let the cookies cool down.

 

Our office dogs already made a taste test and every variation scored well.

 

 

 

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