ingredients; mix well.
-Drop dough by 1/4 teaspoonfuls 1" apart onto a
greased cookie sheet.
-Bake in a 350 degree oven 8 minutes.
-Cool biscuits and store, covered, in the refrigerator.
Notes: Store in
refrigerator up to 3 weeks OR freeze up to 1 year. Brewer's yeast is an
excellent source of essential fatty acids and B-Complex vitamins for a
glossy coat and stable nervous system. It's also known to prevent flea
have 3 cats, sorry, not one of them ate this. Although, I also have
3 dogs who cobbled them up!
liked your recipe and iam pretty shure my cat loved it, thanks 4
putting it on the website!
This is one of the better
sounding cat treats I've found after spending more time than I care to
admit searching the Internet for cat treat recipes. I used food aisle
mackerel (by Chicken of the Sea), lightly toasted fresh bread crumbs,
added the brewer's yeast and tossed in some finely chopped, fresh
parsley for fresh breath along with the other ingredients. The sample
treat that I tasted reminded me of crab cakes (substituting mackerel).
Unfortunately, my 2 cats didn't give them a "paws up." One ate a couple,
the other just batted them across the floor. My cats don't eat a lot of
fish, and prefer chicken or beef, which may be part of the problem. I'm
discouraged by the lack of cat treat recipes online, compared to the
number of dog treat recipes. In fact, it's purrrrfectly appalling! The
ones I have found frequently contain ingredients I wouldn't want to
add. For example, one recipe includes powdered and fresh milk. A lot
of cats (including my own) are lactose intolerant.
cats loved this recipe, however I found it very tedious dropping
dough into bite size pieces, next time I am going to try just
rolling it out and cutting it up with a knife before cooking. Thank
you for the recipe.
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