What's not to love with these liver dog treats with cheese. The aromatic flavors of liver, that all dogs seem to go crazy over, and the creamy goodness of cheese combine to create greatness.
Liver is a fantastic addition to your homemade dog treat recipes. However, we recommend you review our tips on buying and using liver before you bake up a batch of these liver dog treats.
Tips: If you do not have oat flour you can make your own by grinding rolled oats in your food processor. You will need 1 1/4 cup of oats to make 1 cup of oat flour. Grind until it is the consistency of flour. If you don't have brown rice flour, you can substitute a few different flours. You can use barley, potato, millet or spelt flour using the same measurements.
Additional flour for rolling
Storing: These liver dog treats with cheese will last for 1 week in the refrigerator. They will be good for 6 months in the freezer.
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Recipe Reviews for Liver & Cheese Dog Treats
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Can I use almond flour for these liver dog treats?
Chef's Answer ~ Yes, you can substitute the oat and brown rice flour in this liver dog treat recipe with almond flour. To make sure that your dog …