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Dee-O-Gee May 3rd, 2009 04:21 PM

K-9 Biscuits--IT'S A GOOD THING
 
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Last night, I made up a batch of Golden Cheese Biscuits. These things are so yummy, even a human can have a nibble. First you will need the following tools and ingredients:

While I have a K-9 Cookie Cutter, any kinda small cutter will do, (a little heart, moon, whatever), [SIZE="1"][COLOR="Magenta"]BTW...The Pooh, Piglet & Eeyore bowl is kitty's [/COLOR][/SIZE] :)

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You will need these ingredients, (don't worry, I will attach a copy of the entire recipe at the bottom) :thumbs up

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Mix all together in a food processor;

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Dee-O-Gee May 3rd, 2009 04:25 PM

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While mixing, you will need to add the egg mixture into the top of the food processor

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Knead for 3 minutes then cut into 2 balls

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Cut and place on foil lined cookie sheet

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Bake at 400 for 15 minutes, take out of oven, flip and bake for another 10 minutes...ALMOST DONE :thumbs up

Dee-O-Gee May 3rd, 2009 04:28 PM

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Just flipping here...:thumbs up

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When cooked, place on a rake and let cool. After cooling store in a loose lid container. Here is the entire recipe for Golden Cheese Biscuits--Look out Martha Stewart :lightbulb:

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Dee-O-Gee May 3rd, 2009 04:37 PM

3 more k-9 recipes
 
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Bowser's Ranch-Style Beef Bones

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Sniff N Bite Biscuits

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Plaque Buster Biscuits

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If you are experiencing technical difficulties opening these Word Document recipes and would really like them, PM and I THINK I may be able to attach :shrug:

mollywog May 3rd, 2009 06:54 PM

wow, thanks klmccallum!!! :thumbs up those look delicious, and I like how you showed it step by step.
One problem here- no food processor :( do you think it would work in a Kitchen Aid mixer, as long as I pre-chopped the garlic??

hazelrunpack May 3rd, 2009 08:22 PM

Yeah, hazel doesn't have any of them new-fangled food processor thingees, either :o Best I can do is a hand mixer that probably can't handle the cheese :yell:

They look good enough to eat, though... [img]http://bestsmileys.com/bouncing/6.gif[/img] ...and hazel isn't thinking about the doggies... :D

Dee-O-Gee May 3rd, 2009 08:34 PM

[QUOTE=mollywog;776047]wow, thanks klmccallum!!! :thumbs up those look delicious, and I like how you showed it step by step.
One problem here- no food processor :( do you think it would work in a Kitchen Aid mixer, as long as I pre-chopped the garlic??[/QUOTE]


The Kitchen Aid should work but you might also want to shred the cheese (or cut finer) than just cubing it. Slicing & chopping the garlic would be good too. :thumbs up

They really are yummy--[SIZE="1"][COLOR="Magenta"]Gryphon was in his glory :cloud9:[/COLOR][/SIZE]

Miley&Mike May 14th, 2009 05:58 PM

that is awesome


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