Banana Heel

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  1. caroleb

    caroleb Registered Users

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    So called because since I made these Barney heels beautifully off lead.

    2 over ripe bananas
    1 tin coconut milk
    flour

    blend the banana and milk together until smooth. Add flour to make a soft dough. Roll out onto a non stick sheet. Whack into slow oven - about 160 degrees for 30 minutes or until golden. Turn oven off and allow to cool. Cut or break into bite size pieces.

    I was amazed at how mad they were for these and no fishy smell in the kitchen! bonus! I'd run out of rice flour so used wheat flour which makes a really stretchy dough due to all the gluten so I gave up trying to cut into neat biscuit shapes.
    Lexi the little dog loves them too, I keep forgetting how small she is and giving her lab sized treats - not that she cares but just as well she needs feeding up a bit :D
     
  2. David

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    Re: Banana Heel

    Many thanks. Now where's my apron gone?
     
  3. pippa@labforumHQ

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    Re: Banana Heel

    Sounds delicious! ;D
     
  4. Sam

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    I quite fancy these myself...
     
  5. caroleb

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    They'd be a bit dry Sam but add an egg and some butter it might just work...
     
  6. Sam

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    Re: Banana Heel

    Tempting...
     
  7. Mollly

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    Re: Banana Heel

    Just wanted to say "Thank you" for this recipe.

    I have been trying to find a Vegan recipe for dog biscuits. My daughter is a Vegan. My little Grandaughter would love to give Molly a treat but isn't allowed to touch kibble as it contains dead animals. It was with great joy she was allowed to give Molly a biscuit.

    Dog enjoyed it too
     
  8. ClareJ

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    Think we'll be trying these in our house too. Thanks for sharing.
    Clare
     
  9. Beanwood

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    Thank you..have some left over coconut milk and some old bananas so going to give it a go later! :)
     

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