Gingerbread men

Gingerbread men

A very tasty treat that’s also a travel sickness remedy for dogs!

 

New improved recipe

Add ginger to biscuits and you can make a delicious dog treat .  Ginger has been known for a long time to be very effective in combating motion sickness in dogs as well as people.  These biscuits are easy to make and dogs think they are very tasty whether they’re traveling or not!

Ingredients

  • 170g (6oz) self raising flour
  • 85g (3oz)of peanut butter
  • 4 tablespoons hot water
  • 2 teaspoons ginger
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

Method

add peanut butter

Add 85 grams of peanut butter to a bowl!

add water to peanut butter

Add 4 tablespoons of hot water and mix

add flour

Add 170 grams of self raising flour to bowl

add ginger

Add two teaspoons of ginger

Add cinnamon

Add 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon

make dough ball

Now add a splash of water, roll up your sleeves and mix into dough!

roll out dough

Roll out to 1/4 inch thick and preheat oven to 200°C

place biscuits on oven tray

Cut out biscuits and place on baking tray

gingerbread men dog treats

Cook for 15-20 mins until golden brown

give biscuit to dog!

Give to dog! Very tasty!

 

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8 Comments

  1. Didn’t have any little men cutters so used small bone and ‘Setter’ shape cutters. Met with a little suspicion at first but now my IRS loves these.

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  2. what is the store life in this xx

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    • They are the longest lasting treats on my website. I know they can last two weeks in a jar.

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  3. Oh nooo!! I’ve just ran out of self raising flour and i want to try these!! Grrr!! :)

    Will need to remember to check the bible of Jamie before baking in future!

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    • Did you get by without or did you buy some C? Pic from you FB page looks great!

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      • I found a rogue bag that had fallen to the back of the cupboard and had just enough to make these! The dogs loved them and the people at dog club thought they smelled great! A nice change from the usual pongy liver and tuna cakes we usually have smelling out our pockets. Waggy tails all around :)

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  4. Great recipe, my little cocker spaniel loves these. Made them by cutting out shapes using the end of an apple corer, so they made good little bite size treats for training too. Thank you :)

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