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An easy no-recipe recipe...

Many of you will have tried the amazing meaty "muffins" we carry. I often use the same specialty muffin mix to create quick & easy healthy treats for my dogs with whatever else I happen to have on hand - with no measurements needed.

First, gather whatever healthy ingredients you have on hand to create the wet base. I mashed up a couple ripe bananas and mixed in some natural peanut butter (thinned with some warm water to loosen it up!), coconut flour, chia seeds, cinnamon, and olive oil. (In the past, I've also used mashed up leftover cooked butternut squash or canned pumpkin, grated apples, some ground flax or even a can of salmon whizzed up in the blender with some water instead...)

Add a few cups of the wheat-free Canine Life muffin mix until you get your mixture into a firm cookie dough consistency - and your dough looks like the picture below. Then roll the dough out on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet (or just push it relatively flat with your fingers) until about 1-2 cm thick.
Bake in a 350 oven for about 20-25 minutes until it feels dry to the touch - but still soft - then cut into strips then cross-wise into little squares. Sweep the squares back into the pan and return to a 220 degree oven for 2-4 hours to make them dry and crunchy. Leave treats in oven, but shut the oven off and let them be until completely cool... I often just leave them in overnight.

My doggies really seem to know that homemade treats are special - and they love these little biscuits!

Find the West Coast Canine Life Muffin Mix and other quality ingredients at bow wow haus - or if you're feeling a tad too busy to bake, we of course have lots of ready-to-go tasty (and v. healthy) treat options for your pooch in-store!



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