Do you remember a few weeks ago, my great friends Steve and Kat sent me some goodies in the mail??? Well, my mom emailed their mom to get the recipe! Mom has since then made me 4 batches of these yummy cookies. Just this weekend, she made another batch of them, and guess what I did? You guessed it! I supervised. The hardest part was waiting for them to cool on this cooling rack that mom put them on. I did not get any of that yummy icing that Steve and Kat's mom did for me. Hump! I need to work on getting that done. So, speaking of my cookies, are they ready yet?
Finally, they were cool enough for me to have one.... ok, so I maybe had 2 or 3.
Well... just as I started taste testing, in comes Tia. Mom put her on the counter. Why, I don't know. She never gets up there (to my knowledge). I guess she did it this time because I really wanted to play with her and mom did not want me to put her head in my mouth. This is not fair because I am not allowed on the counter. Tia gets everything. I guess being 14, she deserves that right???
Well believe it or not, Tia likes MY cookies! Mom told her that she could have some of her OWN cookies - not mine! Here she is enjoying some Tasty Temptations. I am not allowed to have any of them.
Did you see the "Tia treat" in her mouth in the above picture. It is funny. I had a good laugh when I saw that one.
Well friends, I think I am going to get back to watching American Idol. I hope everyone is having a good Tuesday night. I am still a bit sad about Fu Fu going to the Rainbow Bridge.
Hugs and kisses to you all....
UPDATE COOKIE RECIPE :)
Woo everyone, here is the recipe that mom got from Steve and Kat’s mom! P.S. If you don’t have any wheat germ, you can still make these cookies without it until you get some. The icing that you can do is made from white candy drops from Wilton. They don’t have chocolate and are safe for dogs. You may can find them at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. You melt them, and put in a piping bag to write names or decorate the cookies. BUT, you don’t have to do that to enjoy the COOKIES!!!
Basic Dog Cookie Recipe
¼ cup milk
2 cups whole wheat flour (mom used the unbleached)
3 tablespoons wheat germ
Preheat oven to 350º. Blend eggs in mixing bowl. Add wheat germ and milk. Stir until smooth. Add whole wheat flour and mix into egg mixture using your hands. Roll dough about ½" thick. Cut it into shapes. Place dough 1 inch apart on an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake for 25 minutes on one side, then turn over and bake another 25 minutes. Remove from oven and let cool biscuits on racks. Makes about 16 dog biscuits.