water, oats, and margarine; allow to sit for 10 minutes.
-Stir cheese, cornmeal, milk, egg, sugar, bouillon into
-Stir in flour, 1/2 cup at a time, mixing well after each
addition, until a stiff dough forms.
-Turn dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead in
remaining flour until dough is no longer sticky; knead a
total of 4 minutes.
-Roll dough out to 1/2" thick.
-Cut shapes out of dough with a cookie cutter and place
1" apart on a greased cookie sheet.
-Bake in a 325 degree oven for 35-45 minutes, until
-Allow to cool and dry on wire racks.
Notes: Store in
refrigerator up to 1 month OR freeze up to 1 year.
make organic dog food and cookies for my dog and find that you do
not need sugar in them at all. Parsley in the cookies help the
I've made these biscuits
for my dog, as well as for those of friends and family, and even
their cats are crazy about them. They do have to be kept in the
fridge, tho.. They do well being frozen. I made a big batch for
Christmas, put them in quart jars and put them in the freezer. When
I was ready to give them, I took them out the day before, and moved
them to the fridge. Perfect! Easy recipe, and well worth the time.
I've made this recipe for
my dog, and for the dogs of friends and relatives. Even the cats are
crazy for them. They do need to be refrigerated
Hi Robbie. If some
people's pets don't want to eat the cookies without sugar, I suggest
they try using Stevia. It's an herb and I grow and produce this
plant for personal consumption and use it for cooking all the time.
It has has 1/2 the calories of sugar, it's totally natural and great
if you're dieting.
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