When the air turns crisp, and the fire crackles in the background, baking a recipe for dog biscuits can fill your home with warmth from the inside out.
You may have a treasured family recipe, or a new tradition of favorite recipes. Either way, don't forget your dog when it's time to bake delicious homemade treats.
Ginger has long been known to aid in the relief of nausea and diarrhea. But it's also known for the spicy and tempting flavor that it imparts to foods.
The gingerbread man has been around for hundreds of years. Now, your dog can join the fun with his very own dog treat recipe. Our version cuts out the sugar, and intensifies the ginger flavor for a tasty kick your dog is sure to enjoy.
Storing - This recipe for dog biscuits will keep fresh for several weeks in the refrigerator. They also freeze really well. Keep them in the freezer for up to 6 months.
Yield - Using a 2 inch cookie cutter, you should yield approximately 28 dog biscuits.
Create a new tradtion with your family for the four legged family member in your home. Bake a batch of this delicious gingerbread recipe for dog biscuits. You may want to double the batch to make extras for gift giving to those extra sweet dogs of friends and family.
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Making the gingerbread dog cookies
I am in the process of making these and they are SO CRUMBLY Must need more liquid. I couldn't get the dough to bind up. Suggestions? Chef's Comments …
Can you substitute a different flour for whole wheat in this dog treat recipe?
My dog has Addison's disease. Could you substitute parsley for the ginger? Thank you. Chef's Answer ~ Yes, you can use a different type of flour …
Dogs loved them!!
My dogs loved these treats I cut them into fun shapes like snowmen, stars, gingerbread men, and santa's.