Pumpkin Biscotti Dog Treats
& New Newsletter Format
Cooler nights and shorter days are just around the corner. That means it's time to bake up a mess of pumpkin dog treats. The last few months of the year can be very hectic, so stock your freezer now with delectable, sweet and easy to make pumpkin dog treats.
Pumpkin in My Tummy!
Pumpkin Biscotti for Dogs - This biscotti dog treat recipe has been a big hit with every dog I've encountered. There are a couple extra steps to this recipe, but it makes quite a few treats and is definitely worth the effort.
Here's what one reviewer of this recipe said:
Anton from Australia said:
"I made this recipe and I can honestly say that I am lucky that I have all my fingers left. My 3 huskies loved them. Thanks for sharing this great recipe."
Want more pictures of how this recipe is made? Check out this past newsletter issue with exclusive step by step pictures:
New Newsletter Format
Much like our friend the Basset Hound, we're changing the newsletter format to be short and sweet. ;)
From now on each month we'll feature one new recipe to try, or a tried and true favorite dog treat recipe. We'll also include a baking tip to make the whole process of baking for your dog more fun and enjoyable. And, every now and then, we'll throw in a product or service that we can't live without.
***I Want Your Feedback***
Is there something else you'd like to see? Or something you want to see changed? Anything at all, I'm happy to oblige if at all possible. :)
Dog Treat Baking Tip
Are your dog treats coming out dry and crumbly? You may be using too much flour. This is an easy fix:
Use the Scoop and Sweep Method for Measuring Flour.
Stir the flour in the bag to loosen it up. Next, take a large spoon full of flour and gently shake it into the measuring cup. Repeat this step until the measuring cup is slightly overfull. Then use the back of a butter knife and level out the top of the flour (put the extra flour back into the bag.)
That's it, now you have a lighter and fluffier amount of flour in your measuring cup. If you use the method of getting the flour directly out of the bag with the measuring cup, you could be putting up to 30% more flour into your recipe. This results in a much dryer dog treat dough.
What's your baking tip? Or, do you have a question? Hit reply to this newsletter and I'll be happy to help you. :)
Are you and your dog hungry for more? Let me know what you would like to see on the Dog Treat Kitchen.com.
Want more of a certain type of recipe? Need treat ideas for your next dog party? Let me know what's missing from the dog treat pantry and I'll get to it right away.
Thanks for reading. Until next time,
Happy Dog Treat Baking!