Dog treats like cookies keep your pup happy and can well become their favorite snack. This recipe has nutritional value, is easy to prepare and is chewy which your dog will simply love. These soft treats are also easily digestible and crunchy at the bottom and are great for your canine friend. Let’s prepare this easiest homemade dog treat and much healthier than store purchased.

Ingredients

2 ½ cups of whole wheat flour

¾ cup nonfat dry milk powder

1 beaten egg

A ½ cup of vegetable oil

2 cubes beef bouillon cube

¾ cup boiling water

2 tablespoons brown sugar

Method Of Preparation

Preheat oven to 150 degrees C. Take one cookie sheet and lightly grease it. Melt bouillon cubes in boiling water and let it cool.

Mix the flour, dry milk, egg, vegetable oil, beef broth, and brown sugar. Combine well and knead the dough for one minute. Roll out dough on a floured surface till it reaches ¼ inch thickness. Cut out bone pieces out of the dough and place on the cookie sheet. Bake for half an hour and let it cool.

Nutrition Facts

Good Dog Cookies

Servings Per Recipe: 6

Amount Per Serving

Calories: 417

% Daily Value *

Total Fat: 20.3g31 %

Saturated Fat: 3.0g

Cholesterol: 34mg11 %

Sodium: 384mg15 %

Potassium: 494mg14 %

Total Carbohydrates: 48.8g16 %

Dietary Fiber: 6.1g24 %

Protein: 13.5g27 %

Sugars: 13g

Vitamin A: 372IU

Vitamin C: 1mg

Calcium: 214mg

Iron: 2mg

Thiamin: 0mg

Niacin: 7mg

Vitamin B6: 0mg

Magnesium: 88mg

Folate: 34mcg

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

**Nutrient information is not available for all ingredients. The amount is based on available nutrient data.

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The use of whole wheat flour in this recipe adds to the nutritional value and is a major portion of a balanced diet for your pooch. It contains fibers and protein, is healthsome and lends a lighter color to the dog treats.

Adding beef broth to the cookies would help your dog to recover from a stomach illness and also provide the nutrients needed for a speedy recovery. Eggs are wonderful for dogs and are rich in protein, linoleic acid, and Vitamin A thereby improving their skin and coat. Some foods lose nutrients while being cooked, but the protein inside eggs don’t. Cooks makes them easier to digest. Whichever way they are made- boiled, scrambled, beaten, cooked is what suits your dog.

Give your dog these delicious, crunchy cookies to be enjoyed as an evening snack or their night munchies. After all, be it human or a dog, all relish extra food.

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