9/8/10

treat with love...









One of the benefits of making your own treats is you know exactly what goes in treats. There are some ingredients that can be harmful for your dog, for example, garlic, onion, grape, chocolate etc. 

Yindee loves his food, but he's more excited when it comes to his treats. I normally give him a treat when he behaves well during my macaron class or during our walking trip. Although he frustrates me sometimes, he's really a good dog, compare to some other dogs I've been around. 

A good dog is a pride, so give him/her some love!

Ingredients:
(adapted from Sweetened Shortcrust recipe, Patisserie of Pierre Hermé)

- 100 g unsalted butter, softened
- 50 g powdered sugar
- 1 egg
- 2 g vanilla extract
- 20 g wheat germ
- 20 g peanut flour
- 1 g salt
- 150 g all-purpose flour

Preparation:

1. Cream butter and sugar until fluffy.
2. Beat in egg, extract, wheat germ, peanut flour and salt.
3. Beat in flour. As soon as this one is incorporated, stop working the dough.
4. Roll dough into a log shape, wrap it and keep in the fridge for a few hours before using.
5. Cut the dough into small pieces, then roll into desired shape.
6. Bake at 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes, depending on the size.

4 comments:

Phuoc'n Delicious said...

Ever since I saw Yindee eat a macaron I though to myself "He has great taste in food" How sweet of you to make these treats for him, I never thought that dogs can eat "human biscuits" :P

Thip said...

Many dog biscuit recipes are similar to our biscuits/cookies. :)

Sherman Unkefer said...

I did not know that grapes were harmful to dogs. I think my dogs would love these treats!

Thip said...

I know, Sherman. I used to give him grapes and raisins too.

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