Dog Biscuit Baking Made Easy

So I was cruising across the internet and stumbled across a site featuring homemade dog treat recipes and considered to myself, you will want to find out of them and provide it a shot? Those who know me, know perfectly of my lack of fortitude in terms of baking or anything in the sort which simply makes this a lot more appealing to me because regardless of how horrible my finished product looks or tastes, Lars will be more than happy enough to scarf it down, as a Labrador and. Labs want to eat and can sometimes eat some from the grossest things on earth, trust me I know, so I basically am inside the position where failing here is not an option.

I chose to “attempt” to produce Peanut Butter Puppy Poppers, wow state that much fast in the event you dare. I chose this recipe due to its simplicity, and also said to myself upon reading it: ‘wow, even I can not screw this up can I?’ Off to the fridge I went to generate sure I had all ingredients necessary to make Lars some tasty poppers, all four of them that’s also to my delight I was fully stocked.

Ingredients for Peanut Butter Puppy Poppers

2 cups whole-wheat flour

1 tbsp. baking powder

1 cup peanut butter (chunky or smooth)

1 cup milk

The directions instructed me to combine the dry ingredients together, those being the flour and baking powder, during a different bowl mix the wet ingredients, those being milk and peanut butter, sorry Lars even though you like the chunky kind, I have only smooth on tap in the meantime. Oh crap, I forgot to preheat oven to 375 degrees before commencing, oh well, better late than never I guess. Upon combining all ingredients together and rolling my sludge out into dough, I was ready for many creativity.

No baking that requires me as primary baker beeps with no hitch which time was no different as the recipe called for a blameless , to reduce the dough into shapes, ahhh crap I guess a butter knife will sort of want to do? Hmmm next problem, how the hell is a blind baker designed to know when cookies are lightly brown? Lars do these look implemented to you?

Upon removing my hopefully done peanut butter poppers through the oven after about 18 to 20 minutes and letting them cool, I took initiative and tasted one of my delicacies to formulate my very own opinion for the success or lack their of, and was actually amazed. Besides as being a touch burnt, my poppers were pretty damn good and I was excited to offer a few to Bar as I knew that he would not just be scarfing them down at once to limit the times of day he to taste them, LOL.

Bar loved his peanut butter poppers and I happen to be giving him a couple of every day since causing them to be. Every time he eats one, he stays inside kitchen even after I’ve given it too him, sniffing around searching for more, sorry Bar your ‘chunky’ enough as it is.