Making dog biscuits for your much-loved pet dog could be a really happy experience. The only reason why dog owners shudder to think about making dog biscuits at home is that they feel that the recipes are too complicated and time-consuming to be done at home. However, there are many dog biscuit recipes which are pretty easy and simple, and you can make offer some of the tastiest and healthiest dog biscuits to your beloved pooch by following an easy dog biscuit recipe.
The basic dog biscuit
To make the basic dog biscuits, you would need 2 cups of whole wheat flour, 3 table spoons of wheat germ, a couple of eggs and ¼ cup of milk. Stir the eggs with the yolk in a medium-sized bowl and add the other liquid to the stirred egg. Pour in the dry ingredients and use your hands to mix all the ingredients to form a rough dough.
Roll the dough to a thickness of about 1/3rd of an inch and use a bone shaped cutting tool to cut out the bone shaped biscuits from the flattened dough. Put the cutout pieces in the oven which would require to be preheated to 300°F to 350°F. Once the biscuits are slightly brown and have hardened up fairly, take them out and store in an airtight container.
Now that you have learned one easy dog biscuit recipe, you would understand that making dog biscuits is not a very tough task after all. Here is the recipe to make another one.
Beefy dog biscuits
If your canine friend loves the taste of some fresh beef, you should not step back from serving it to him. All you have to do is take about 6 cups of buckwheat flour, 1 tablespoon of garlic paste, 4 tablespoons of basil leaves, 2 cups of low sodium beef broth, 1½ cup of water. Once all the ingredients are gathered, blend them together using a food processor. If the whole batter is less viscous, you can add more flour to it to make firm dough out of the mixture.
Once the dough is formed, roll it to make it about half inch thick and then cut out the biscuits from the flattened dough using cutters that come in different shapes and sizes. Arrange all the cutout pieces on a cookie sheet and put in the oven which is being preheated to 300°F. The whole preparation time would take a maximum of 30minutes, and your pooch will get a tasty and healthy non-veggie treat.
These homemade dog biscuits will ensure that your dog is eating the healthiest food. If the dog is allergic to any particular ingredient, you can always avoid using that in the recipes so that it does not cause any discomfort to the poor animal. At the same, you will be able to save quite a few bucks that you would have been required to spend on the commercial dog treats that are full of unhealthy fillings which add no nutrition to the diet of your darling pet.