A Healthy and Delicious Treat Made From Chicken
There is one thing that is for sure: dogs love meat, and this chicken dog treat recipe is a favorite with our dogs! This baked dog biscuit recipe includes chicken giblets and chicken broth as main ingredients and is sure to bring your dog running to see what’s cooking. Like the black lab in the picture who is hoping to get a bite of the delicious barbecued chicken breasts on the grill, your dogs will be thrilled to have some of these yummy treats that you make using our chicken dog treat recipe below. Whip up a batch from this healthy chicken dog treat recipe and your dog will love you for it!
Yummy Homemade Chicken Dog Treats
TIP: Cut up into small pieces for dog training treats.
- 1 lb. (450 grams) chicken giblets
- ½ cup (125 ml) of the broth reserved from boiling the chicken giblets
- 3 T (45ml) olive oil
- 3 eggs, beaten (or Egg Beaters, equiv. to 3 eggs)
- 1 cup (250 ml) whole wheat flour
- 1 cup (250 ml) regular flour
- 1 cup (250) cornmeal
In a large saucepan. bring 1 quart (1 liter) water to a boil and cook chicken giblets until done. In a blender, combine the cooked giblets, the reserved ¼ cup (125 ml) of stock, olive oil and eggs . Blend until mixed well, but still a little chunky. Pour mixture into a large mixing bowl and add in the last three dry ingredients. Drop spoonfuls of the mixture onto greased cookie sheets and bake at 450° F (230° C) for 20 minutes. Freeze in a container in the freezer and take out as needed, storing for up to three days in the refrigerator.
If you dogs like this chicken dog treat recipe, be sure to check out our other dog treat recipes on Dog Paw Print. We have a recipe for delicious peanut butter dog treats that will bring down the (dog)house, and you’ll want to be sure to try our Veggie Dog Mini Muffins, one of our vegetarian dog treats. If you are looking for simple favorites, hop on over to our easy dog treat recipes page for some ideas.
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Making your own healthy dog treats is a way to control some of the fat, calories and possible allergens that your dog ingests. Hopefully you will enjoy making these dog cookie recipes for your favorite dogs.
Give these treats and homemade dog cookies a try and let your dogs tell you what they think. We’re sure you will receive lots of tail wags and sloppy kisses if you take some time to whip up a batch or two from these popular dog treat recipes.
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