Some tasty looking recipes.

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  1. snowbunny

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    Thanks for this Fiona.

    I've just made some liver cake with liver found lurking in freezer. She LOVES it. I have chopped it into small pieces and use it for training. I like the way she has to chew on it.

    I am now quite inspired to cook her up some more delicacies.
     
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    My two love liver cake. I've not made any in a while. Dehydrated liver goes down well, too, but it upsets me how much a massive piece of liver shrinks!
     
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    Oh some good recipes! I love baking for my dogs, their favourite is salmon and parmesan cheese cake, gluten free and dehydrated so the biscuits are lovely and crunchy!
    Over Christmas saved the fat from the turkey, shredded some turkey, added carrots, oats and buckwheat flour, (four substitute) honey, 2 medium eggs,, whizzed up in the processor and stuck in the oven, the dogs went mad over those! :)
     
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    Thank you very much for the link, I love baking for my dog and boy O boy do i get all the love and kisses once I've made them :)
     
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    I've just baked some Sardine Oatcakes from this link - I can say, they are a hit with both dogs.
     
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    Thank you Fiona, lots of lovely things for my two :D
     
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    I made the sardine oatcakes a couple of days ago. They are super high value. Even Shadow was drooling! I didn't bother rolling them and cutting them out, I just patted small rounds out with my hands. I'll make them smaller next time so they're more treat-sized. Must add sardines to the shopping list :)

    I actually had a nibble myself Not bad at all. Very sardine-y :)
     
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