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« on: September 08, 2013 03:58:35 PM »

My youngest just turned two so I made her some special birthday treats!



I made about 18 big ones. The gnome celebrates how she and her sister (mostly she) demolished all the lawn fauna the former owners left at the house, the hydrant honors her urban roots, and the squirrel is because... SQUIRREL!  Bones, because that's what dog treats look like.  Wink



And then I used a couple of wee cutters to make 70-80 tiny treats which are our preferred size so we can reward our girls frequently w/o worrying about their healthy weight.

And here is the birthday girl, Delia, patiently waiting for us to stop singing so she can have her birthday treat already!



I used this recipe (with a few modifications outlined on my blog) from King Arthur flour: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/best-of-breed-dog-biscuits-recipe

I stored anything more than a few days' worth in the fridge, the rest in a plastic food storage bag.
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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2013 08:06:42 AM »

Happy 2nd birthday! Those are great!
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« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2013 09:15:33 AM »

Happy 2nd birthday! Those are great!

Thanks!  The Beastie Grrrlz are lovin' 'em!
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You people really crack me up on here! I love it!!! At first I thought you were feeding this to kids!!!! Now I get it. Scooby snax.  Grin Maybe I am just a dingbat, I don't know. Funny anyhow. Happy #2 birthday puppy girl! BTW, TMT...PM me and I can share another scooby snax recipe that I have for puppy dogs. It is probably similar to yours, but if you wish for another one....it is out of one of my cookbooks that includes presents for animals.

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