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Shellygirlky 04-23-2009 11:20 AM

Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
I came up with this recipe for my dogs. I thought I would share. Let me know how your pups like them.

Chicken Parmesan Biscuits

2 c oat flour
c brown rice flour
c flax meal
c grated parmesan cheese
2 jars chicken baby food (the tiny ones)
1 tbs Italian seasoning
1 jar chicken broth (baby food jar)

Preheat oven to 350 F. Combine all dry ingredients in mixing bowl, add baby food and broth. Mix to form dough. If dough is too stiff add a bit more broth. Roll out on a floured counter top, cut out shapes and bake.
Cooking time will vary depending on how thick your biscuits are. I started at 20 minutes and went from there. They should be dry and crunchy when done.

Warning: these smell so good you may want to keep them for yourself. If you do I would advise adding salt to the recipe, per the recommendation of my son, who did try them. :yes:

Feel free to change the flours around. I used what I did because I was making biscuits for my diabetic dog. She needs more fiber and lower GI and low fat ingredients.

Boxer_Love 04-23-2009 11:30 AM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Oh wow thanks for the recipe! It looks easy, eh?!? What kind of baby food have you used? Just curious to see what your dogs liked :D

Thanks! Looks yummy! ( per my Bub and Dixie :whistle: )

NewtsMom 04-23-2009 01:56 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Looks good enough to feed INLAWS (efg) lol........ Id use saltless things If it were me, Id love to try this but Newt has Colitis :( Maybe I can try a small batch! ty for sharing! :up:

tracim_1970 04-23-2009 01:57 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
that recipe looks great., cant wait to try it for the dogs![ and for me ] lol

Shellygirlky 04-23-2009 02:18 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by NewtsMom
Looks good enough to feed INLAWS (efg) lol........ Id use saltless things If it were me, Id love to try this but Newt has Colitis :( Maybe I can try a small batch! ty for sharing! :up:

The salt is only if for human use. I don't put it in for my pups.

harley15671 04-23-2009 02:22 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Will have to make a batch for my pooches :D Thanks for posting it, love new things to try :)

NewtsMom 04-23-2009 02:22 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Shellygirlky
Quote:

Originally Posted by NewtsMom
Looks good enough to feed INLAWS (efg) lol........ Id use saltless things If it were me, Id love to try this but Newt has Colitis :( Maybe I can try a small batch! ty for sharing! :up:

The salt is only if for human use. I don't put it in for my pups.

Oh I didnt mean to sound rude! Either way they look great! :D

samsonsmom 04-23-2009 03:00 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Going to have to try these :) i think mine are getting bored with their choices in treats :lol:




Shellygirlky 04-23-2009 03:06 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by NewtsMom
Quote:

Originally Posted by Shellygirlky
Quote:

Originally Posted by NewtsMom
Looks good enough to feed INLAWS (efg) lol........ Id use saltless things If it were me, Id love to try this but Newt has Colitis :( Maybe I can try a small batch! ty for sharing! :up:

The salt is only if for human use. I don't put it in for my pups.

Oh I didnt mean to sound rude! Either way they look great! :D

I didn't think you were rude! I know what you mean about not eating certain things. My mininschnauzer is diabetic and can't have most things. That was the inspiration for this recipe. She is on Royal Canin Diabetic and not much else.

moorea 05-19-2009 05:56 PM

Re: Chicken Parmesan Biscuits
 
Can't wait for the dogs to try these. I keep trying to make my own recipe of dog treats they never turn out right. Thank goodness I have you guys.


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