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Don't turn off that oven! The pups are hungry, too!

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HerNameIsBuffy

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I posted this recipe in a post in the stuffing thread.  This is my trusted go-to recipe for dog treats for the world's happiest pups.  

http://www.crazycrumb.com/dog-liver-treats.html

 

This is one of the only recipes for which I use the food processor (old school - mock away) and our beloved Lucky, who passed a year ago this month, without fail would head to the kitchen whenever I got the food processor out and lay in front of the oven until he had gotten his treats.  It takes over an hour and in our old house an 85 lb lump of fur mid kitchen was quite the impediment to movement but he was undeterred.  He would have his treats, he would have the first.  I miss him so much my heart hurts.

While our two pups don't have his dedication to staging a sit in at every baking they love them, too, so I make this pretty regularly for them.

Puree 2 cups of chicken liver...

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Grossest smoothie ever.

Add dry ingredients and bake up for about 15 minutes - the final result is the consistency of a no crumb brownie...

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cut into bits - can cut tiny for training purposes but these are just treat size since they refuse to be any more trained than they currently are...

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Hey, Not-The-Momma!  Stop moving the treats!

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Midair!  (I wish Momma was a better photographer because this was way cuter than it appears here.)

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WhatWouldJohnCrichtonDo?

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The liver smoothie didn't gross me out, but seeing the kolachkis again right after that was a bit jarring. :my_biggrin: You have sweet looking pooches! 

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church_of_dog

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Thanks!  I don't even have a dog at the moment but there are definitely dogs in my future and I like the idea of making them homemade treats like this.  Love love love the photos of your furry ones waiting so attentively.

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