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Liver Pet Brownies

1 Lb. beef OR pork liver
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup corn meal
2 Tbls. garlic salt (see Notes, below)
1 Tbls. garlic powder (see Notes, below)

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-Puree all ingredients in a food processor or blender.
-Pour mixture evenly onto a greased cookie sheet and press flat.
-Bake in a 350 degree oven for 20 minutes, or just until no longer pink.
-Cool completely before breaking into pieces

Notes: Store in refrigerator up to 3 weeks OR freeze up to 1 year. Garlic is known to prevent flea infestation. Fresh garlic in large quantities is poisonous to animals; the small amount of dried garlic in this recipe will not affect your pet.

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  • I made this recipe for our dogs a couple of weeks ago. They couldn't get enough of it. It didn't last nearly as long as I thought it would, so I have to make some more tomorrow. And I know what's in it so I don't have to worry about that. They love it, and it's so simple and quick to make! Thanks for having this site.

  • My dog AND cats loved these brownies. They went CRAZY for them. I was very impressed and enjoyed making them for my babies. Thank you.

  • my dog loves the liver brownies i make a large batch of them he never gets tired of them tyvm

  • The recipe is very easy and the dog loved them.

  • I make this type of dog liver brownies all the time, but I would suggest you use whole wheat flour, or a flour that does not contain wheat at all. Also I find if you use jar garlic instead of the powder it gives it a nicer kick of garlic for the dog. Also I donīt use any salt products in dog treats. Dogs should not have corn in their diets, so omit that all together. If you blend everything together in a food processor, you can add fresh carrots, nd some olive oil.

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