Dog biscuit recipes that will last for a while?

by | Dog Biscuit Recipes | 3 comments

Most recipes seem to have meat in them which i worry wont last in the cupboard..

Make sure you store in an air-tight container or tin. If recipe suggests it, some may need refridgeration.

Here are some great links:

http://www.thepoop.com/pooppantry/

http://www.bullwrinkle.com/Assets/Recipes/Recipes.htm

http://www.dog-treat-recipe-exchange.com/dog-treat-recipes.html

There is also a great book with lots of tips and ideas on how to cook healthy foods for your dog… it’s called The Everything Cooking for Dogs Book by Lisa Fortunato. It has 150 quick and healthy recipes.

edited to add: Moisture is the most common culprit behind moldy biscuits so if you have a convection oven which can maintain the correct baking temp and constantly circulate the heat, the biscuits will dry better. Some recipes will recommend turning off the oven and leaving treats in the oven for a period of time to dry the biscuits/treats out which helps.

Also adding too much fat can cause biscuits and treats to go rancid and improper storage will cause them to spoil.

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  1. joseqmwsc

    I just make a basic oatmeal cookie. Just dont had sugar a little bit of honey instead. Easy on the butter. The less butter the harder they get.
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  2. junebug

    Make sure you store in an air-tight container or tin. If recipe suggests it, some may need refridgeration.

    Here are some great links:

    http://www.thepoop.com/pooppantry/

    http://www.bullwrinkle.com/Assets/Recipes/Recipes.htm

    http://www.dog-treat-recipe-exchange.com/dog-treat-recipes.html

    There is also a great book with lots of tips and ideas on how to cook healthy foods for your dog… it’s called The Everything Cooking for Dogs Book by Lisa Fortunato. It has 150 quick and healthy recipes.

    edited to add: Moisture is the most common culprit behind moldy biscuits so if you have a convection oven which can maintain the correct baking temp and constantly circulate the heat, the biscuits will dry better. Some recipes will recommend turning off the oven and leaving treats in the oven for a period of time to dry the biscuits/treats out which helps.

    Also adding too much fat can cause biscuits and treats to go rancid and improper storage will cause them to spoil.
    References :