The next time you're thinking about making homemade dog treats, this should be the recipe you try. With so many dog treat recipes to make, why this one? Because you've never seen a Hamburger Happiness smile across your dog's face.
Hamburgers and backyard barbecues or picnics go hand in hand. But don't be tempted to give your dog a bite of your hamburger. Many hamburgers are made with onions or onion powder. Even though you may enjoy onions, your dog will not, since they are on the list of foods poisonous to dogs. So stick with these dog safe hamburgers, no bun needed, and invite your dog's whole gang over to enjoy some family fun this summer.
Another great reason for making homemade dog treats is that you are able to use these delicacies for training treats. Break or cut them up into little pieces and you'll have your dog's undivided attention.
Storing - In general when making homemade dog treats with meat, they will keep fresh in your refrigerator for approximately for 2 to 3 weeks. Enjoy them later if you freeze them, up to 6 months later.
Yield - Using a 2 inch retractable ice cream scoop, you will yield approximately 13 patties.
The next time you have a cookout, don't forget about making homemade dog treats like these special cheesy hamburger happiness treats. Make the sweet potato dog chew recipe and serve with the hamburgers in place of greasy potato chips. Don't forget one pickle slice to complete the meal.
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Roxi started to beg for these dog treats before I even had them all the way mixed in the bowl!
Roxi is a finicky Plott Hound and I generally make her treats for her as she refuses lots of the ready-made ones from the store and not worth the expense …