Your Cocker Spaniel Will Love These Tasty Recipes For Our Homemade Dog Treats!
We've a great selection of dog biscuit recipes and home made dog treats
for you and your favourite Cocker Spaniel to try, and apart from being
fun to make, homemade biscuits are much better and tastier for your
Cocker Spaniel than shop bought!
Our dog biscuit recipes are very easy and great fun to make, and who
knows, once you get started, you might remember just how much you used
to enjoy baking!
Max always knows when I'm baking for him.
hangs around in the kitchen, looking through the oven door, and watches
them cook...and he won't move until they're were ready to come out of
I think we both agree that shop-bought biscuits are okay, but homemade dog treats are tastier and much better for your Cocker! The following treat recipes are some of his very favourites that he'd like to share with you.
Beef And Carrot Homemade Dog Treats
2.3 cups (300 grams) sifted whole wheat flour
1/2 cup (65 grams) of powdered milk
1/2 cups (110 grams) of cooked ground beef
1 beef stock cube
1/2 teaspoon of salt
1 medium sized grated carrot
1/4 cup (75 grams) of lard or butter
1 medium sized egg
1/2 cup (120 mls) cold water
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F/180 Degrees C/Gas Mark 4.
Lightly grease two large baking trays.
Sift the flour into a large bowl and add the powdered milk and salt, and stir.
Crumble the beef stock cube into the bowl and stir again.
Add the ground beef, grated carrot, lard or butter, and the egg.
Continue mixing while slowly adding the water to form a stiff dough.
Roll the dough out onto a lightly floured board and roll until the dough is approximately 1/4 inch thick.
Cut into biscuit shapes using either a cutter or a knife and place them onto the prepared baking trays.
Bake in the preheated oven for 25 - 30 minutes.
Leave the cookies in the oven to cool and harden.
This recipe makes around 60 biscuits using a 2 inch (5 cm) biscuit cutter.
If you don't have any ground beef to hand, simply crumble in an extra beef stock cube and leave out the salt.
usually freeze most of the biscuits in a zip-lock plastic freezer bag
and keep a week's worth of biscuit treats in the same type of bag in the
hope you enjoy trying at least one of our peanut butter dog biscuit
recipes. If you do, and you'd like to try more, (and I think you will!)
why not take a look at the following additional dog biscuit recipes?
you may have a few delicious peanut butter dog biscuit recipes of your
own that you'd like to share with us. If you do, you can share your
favourite dog biscuit recipes with us - simply click on the link below!
Tips And Techniques For Following Our Home Made Dog Biscuit Recipes
I recommend you measure out all your ingredients first - be organised!
Always preheat the oven before you begin the preparation for your dog biscuit recipes.
there are any scraps of dough left over after cutting out the biscuit
shapes, gather them up, roll out again, and cut more biscuits!
When the biscuits are cooked, switch off the oven and leave them
inside overnight to cool. This will help to make the doggie treats
crispy and crunchy - they'll also keep longer too!
Store the cookies in an airtight container to keep them fresh and crunchy.
Refrigerating the biscuits will help them to stay fresh longer.
Home made dog treats can also be frozen and should keep for up to 6 months.
number of treats our dog biscuit recipes make will vary, depending on
how thickly or thinly you roll your dough and the size you cut your
More Delicious Dog Biscuit Recipes
We hope you enjoy trying our favourite treat recipes - we're certain your pet will enjoy eating them!
you've finished trying the above, there's lot's more delicious dog
biscuit recipes for you and your Cocker Spaniel to enjoy - simply click
on any of the links below!