|Roll out the dough, using flour when sticky|
I've been using a recipe from FLOUR, but saw this one at King Arthur and decided to give it a try. It has peanut butter, and what dog doesn't like peanut butter?
So I mixed up the ingredients, rolled out the dough (on my new kitchen baking center--wood makes the best dough surface!) , and used my dog biscuit cookie cutter to cut a LOT of treats. I doubled the recipe because I have double the dogs. :-)
|These don't puff, so you can place them side by side|
I baked them for the allotted time, then kept them in the oven a while to really make sure they were crisp. The other recipe I use keeps the cookies in the oven for six to eight HOURS, so I know how important it is for the cookies to be thoroughly baked and crisp.
|Result? One happy dog!|
Caution: as the recipe says, these are relatively high-calorie treats, so one per day should be the limit for your pup.