How you doin’? I feel like such a bobble head as we have been going through such a ruf time. I have remembered to help everyone with some interesting and helpful recipes to save both time and money but have overlooked poor Rover.
Let me start from the beginning. Have you ever asked your dog, do you want a cookie? The reaction is usually immediate recognition and in-your-face panting. Even when Max (the fattest dog in the world) was in his twilight years, he could still hear a cookie break a hundred yards away. Max’s brother, Snickers (the sweetest, but dumbest dog in the world) had a skin allergy and would only eat chicken liver pâté that I made most weekends. Max, on the other hand, would anything— except green peas— and had serious lust for Trader Joe’s peanut butter dog snacks… that was before the invention of Max’s Doggie Walking Treats.
What Max and Snickers (and many other dogs in this world) had in common is what we called a love of walking treats. They knew that the early morning walk was always rewarded with Max’s Doggie Walking Treats. So, this one is for all the wonderful, loyal canines out there who have dutifully been keeping you company while you are home on lockdown sharing their space and time. Arf, arf, arf!
Prep time: 30 minutes
Bake time: 3-hours 30 minutes
Cool time: 20 minutes
Yield: 50 doggie treats
For the treat
16 ounces sliced bacon, uncooked, cut into 1-inch wide pieces
16 ounces liver or other organ meat, uncooked, cut in to 1/2-inch pieces (I used chicken livers)
3.75 ounces fine corn meal
12.75 ounces all-purpose flour
8 ounces chicken stock or whatever stock you have on hand
For the glaze
3 tablespoons ketchup
1 tablespoons egg white
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