I made these 3 times and I haven't met a dog that didn't love these.
The dough is very sticky, so I had to use a lot of extra wheat flour when I was rolling them. I also put the egg shells in the oven for about 10 minutes (low 300 degrees) to be sure that no germs were left. Then I grind them in my coffee grinder before adding to the mix.
My Chauncy loves them, as do all dogs. I used calf's liver in place of regular liver as I read somewhere that it is safer.
Substitute for potato flakes and grains in dog treats?
If I'd rather not give my dog any potato or grains, what can I substitute to keep the treats together?
Chef's Answer ~ That's a good question. But first I would need to know if you didn't want grains in your homemade dog treats because of a wheat or gluten allergy? If that is the case, you can use a wheat and gluten free flour like brown rice flour, flax meal or garbanzo bean flour.