Double Cheese Dog Biscuits
with Cheesy Filling or Dip
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Dog Treat Recipe of the Month:
Cheesy Dog Biscuits with a Cheese Filling - If you share your home with a cheese connoisseur, you know that no other treat will satisfy quite as well as one with cheese. Well, look no more, here is the cheese dog treat to end all cheese dog treats.
Not only are there two different flavors of cheese in this homemade dog treat, but the amount is staggering. The total amount of cheese is actually more than the amount of flour! This is one cheesy treat.
But we couldn't stop there. We found a delectable cheese filling to create the cheesiest treat known to your dog. The cheese filling makes a great dip for other flavors of homemade dog treats, too.
Don't forget about your dogs favorite treat toy. You can mix this filling with treats or dry food to create a long lasting food filled toy for your dog.
Do you have lots of ideas for making tasty and cute homemade dog treats? Then you may want to consider starting a dog treat business. To help you get started, read my review of the book about how to start your own dog bakery business.
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Dog Treat Baking Tips
How to Make a Flat Cookie Shape with a Round Scooper:
I love using a squeeze release scooper with dog treat dough. You get a perfectly sized portion every time. It's also quick and easy.
But, after awhile, rounded treats are kinda boring. That's when you may want to make a regular flat cookie shape for your dog.
Use any flat surface, like a drinking glass or bottom of a measuring cup. Pour water into a bowl, and dip the bottom of the cup into the water. I prefer a clear glass, or clear plastic cup so I can see if the circle I'm creating is even and mostly symmetrical. Then repeat, dip in water, squish the cookie and bake.
The flattened cookie will bake quicker than the rounded treats. So, unless you want a very dry crunchy treat, reduce the baking time by 5 minutes, and check for doneness.
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Newsletter Sneak Peek
What's New for May?
Peanut Butter & Banana Dog Cake
We're going to celebrate spring with classic dog cake flavors. No need to have a "reason" to party, loving your dog is enough reason to throw a great party and have a great cake! :)
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Happy Dog Treat Baking!