If you’ve been around Fix Me a Little Lunch for awhile, you’ve probably seen me mention my dog, Daisy, as well as know that I make Daisy’s favorite dog biscuits every year around her birthday. Daisy is a lab/doodle mix who has been a beacon of furry doggy happiness in our life for going on two years now. She’s my sixty pound snuggle-bunny, who still totally believes that she’s a lap dog. She’s also the most chill dog I’ve ever met when it comes to road trips, which is a good thing, since last year we made a dozen trips with her around Oregon between my job search and then our subsequent move and effort to sell the house we left behind.
So every now and then, I decide it’s time to make dog treats, since she positively loves them (thus, the name Daisy’s favorite dog biscuits). We happened to have some leftover bacon the other day, so I included just a bit of it crumbed up. She was ecstatic, of course. The best part about making Daisy’s treats is that I can get them just the right size to go into her Kong toy. Layering dog food, dog biscuits, and a little peanut butter makes the perfect Kong and keeps her busy for awhile.
I use my set of copper dog biscuit cutters – I absolutely adore these for two reasons: they come in three sizes and they have their own storage container, which means they are easy to keep track of.
I was surprised I was able to get this next picture. Daisy isn’t known for restraint when it comes to her treats, but she waited just long enough for me to take her picture. You can tell how much she adores these biscuits.
Using a medium sized biscuit cutter, these make around 36 dog biscuits.
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