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Christmas Baking

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Helbo, Nov 15, 2012.


  1. Helbo

    Helbo PetForums VIP

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    Rather random but I was hoping someone could post a few dog biscuit recipes on here for me. I'm hoping to make some dog biscuits for some of my friends' dogs for Christmas.

    Another issue; I've heard people use rice flour to make the biscuits but I can't seem to find anywhere that sells it! Which supermarkets might stock it?

    Thanks in advance :)
     
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    beris PetForums Senior

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    I have bought rice flour from Tesco and Holland and Barret. it is good for thickening soup and casseroles.
     
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    If you look in the flour section or gluten free section at a large supermarket you will find it
    I buy it in tesco and morrisons.

    Really you can just put most things together, make sure you have a binder like flour and eggs and bamn you've got yourself a recipe :)
    One of my faves from last year was Turkey and Cranberry Cake, It did have a short shelf life but could be frozen.
    That was, flour, eggs, turkey mince, dried cranberries, mix it all up and bake.

    Biscuit wise you are going for a pastry style mixture, so flour, water and your chosen ingredient, sausagemeat works well.
    It's such good fun :)
     
  5. Helbo

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    Thanks everyone!

    I'll have another good look in my local supermarkets for the flour

    I've got all kinds of cutters as I bake a lot as a hobby, so I've got loads of Xmas shapes.

    I might start with something simple like bannana biscuits. Charlie loves bannana so I know it's got a good chance of being a hit.
     
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