My recipe calls for: whole wheat flour, unbleached flour, egg, peanut butter, canola oil, and water.
I have been trying to duplicate a dog bakery's recipe. I can't get them the way I want them. Most of the time they turn out with huge bubbles in them. I bake them for 30-35 minutes at 325.
Would you suggest using more or less of some of the ingredients?
I emailed a flour company and they suggested that I am using too high of a speed on my mixer but I have tried slowing it down with no difference.
Thanks in advance for your advise.
Chef's Answer ~ To my knowledge changing the amount of ingredients would not make a difference in your treats bubbling. I've answered a similar question from another visitor to my website. Here is my answer regarding eliminating bubbles in homemade dog treats. Instead of using a mixer, why not try stirring the batter. Wet and dry ingredients need to be "just combined" and this may help to stop bubbles from rising in your treats.
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