2 cups quick-cooking oats 1/2 cup butter, cut into pieces 4 beef or chicken bouillon cubes 2 cups boiling water 2 cups whole wheat flour 1 1/2 cup yellow cornmeal 2 tablespoons sugar 1 cup skim milk 2 large eggs 2 cups grated cheese (optional) 2 cups all-purpose flour, more as needed
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Spray cookie sheets with nonstick cooking spray.
Measure oats into a medium bowl, top with pieces of butter and the bouillon cubes. Pour in boiling water and let sit 10 minutes to dissolve the butter and bouillon.
Mix well, then add whole wheat flour, cornmeal, sugar, milk, eggs and optional cheese. Add enough of the all purpose flour to make a stiff dough. Mix well, using hands if necessary.
Roll out dough. The thinner the dough, the crisper the baked treats will be. Use bone or cat shaped cookie cutter to cut out cookies. Bake on prepared cookie sheets until hard, 5-15 minutes depending on how thin the dough is rolled. Remove from cookie sheets and cool completely.
108 calories, 4 grams fat, 14 grams carbohydrates, 4 grams proteinper serving. This recipe is low in sodium.
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We used sodium free beef boulion and soy milk. We also used all the flour called for in the recipe. We used rabbit cookie cutters for about half the recipe, and just cut out the rest of the dough by hand,,, we figured the dogs didn't really care what they looked like... but they absolutely loved loved loved them!
Mar 21, 2008
The dough came out too sticky and I had to use almost all the flour. Should be called Flour Biscuits. However, it could've been my mistake because my neighbors dog liked them.
Oct 11, 2007
i made these cookies and my dog loves them, however they look dry and cracked when finished, how do i make them presentable for gift giving?
Nov 4, 2006
I have 3 chihuahuas. I made these cookies. Added some peanut butter. They went crazy over them. I gave some to friends who have dogs. Same thing.