Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Cookies for your Best Pal

Don't foget your canine friends
this Christmas....

My favourite grand-doggie is a beautiful 
chocolate labrador named Macie
Even though she couldn't come "home" for Christmas this year,
she sent us a wonderful gift!

I decided to make her some homemade
doggie cookies as a thank you.
I used to make these for our Cairn Terriers and thought the recipe 
bears repeating.
They're ever so easy to make and sure to please your "best friend"

There's still time to make them ......



Puppy’s Golden Cheese Dreams

3 Cups whole wheat flour
2 tsp. garlic powder
½ Cup vegetable oil
1 Cup shredded cheese
1 Egg – beaten
1 Cup milk
In large mixing bowl combine flour and garlic powder.  Make a well in flour and gradually stir in the oil, cheese, beaten egg and milk until well blended.  Knead dough on floured surface for 3-4 minutes.  Roll out dough to ½“ thick.  Use bone shaped (or any shape) cookie cutter and place on lightly greased cookie sheet.  Bake at 400F for 25 minutes till crisp and golden.
Makes approximately 2 1/2 dozen large (4" X 1 1/2") bone shaped cookies.  Keep refrigerated or frozen.

Here's to Macie, Daisy, Tucker, Cooper, Lokie, Lucy, Ping and Pong, Kobee, Ellie, Mitsy, Finn, Scooter, Rory and all the others who's names I've forgotten but who's owners are friends, blogdom friends, and family. Cheesy dreams to you this Christmas!


Missing our Cairns Thistle and Poppy!


Good Dog Macie!
Hope your paws are healing nicely.....

Picture taken by Becky 
Till Next Time - on this Eve of Christmas Eve - Merry Christmas from our house to yours. May God bless each and every one of you.


6 comments :

  1. Always good to have treats for the grandpups. I have two...a beagle and a pug. I must see if I have enough cheese to spare.

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  2. Well...so far we have no grand kids and no grand animals of any kind either. We are hoping for grand kids in the future and I'm sure once Katie and Andrew have a house of their own pets will follow. With Dan getting married in June of next year he will inherit a dog that his fiance has...
    A very Merry Christmas to you and yours. So glad you are enjoying your loved ones being near to you now, too. Blessings!

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  3. Lambeau would have loved these! Hope you have a Merry Christmas, Rosella, and many blessings in the coming year! xo

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  4. Lucky puppy! Merry Christmas to you and your family (and all the puppies too).

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  5. The doggie treats look yummy! My Sadie would eat them up in a flash but she is allergic to wheat, meat, dairy......she gets fresh veggies.....red pepper and cucumbers are her fav!
    Happy New Year, dear friend. Nan

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  6. hahah I just saw this! Catching up on your blog today ;) Macie LOVES your cookies!! Every time the fridge door opens she's right there waiting... :) Thank you xo Becky

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