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People can eat these too, these babies are full of fiber, protein, anti-flea (garlic) and breath freshener (herbs & seeds). And they get very hard and crunchy. 3 cups whole wheat flour 2 cups Oat Bran, multi-grain oatmeal or old-fashioned oats 1/4 cup wheat germ 1 can of Evaporated Milk 1/4 cup of Corn Syrup 1 large egg (or omit and use a little water if your dog can't tolerate eggs) 1 packet of instant yeast ½ teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon mint leaves (spearmint) 1 tablespoon of Fennel seed ( or Anise seed, or crushed Star Anise) 1 tablespoon of Parsley flakes 1tablespoon Sesame seeds peanut butter to taste **** You can add 2 tbs. of Powdered dog supplements (vitamin, minerals, glucosamine etc) Preheat oven to 275 degrees. Put dry ingredients in a large bowl and mix. Blend evaporated milk, peanut butter, corn syrup and egg in a food processor or blender or large bowl until smooth. Then add all dry ingredients to wet and stir until blended. You might as well use your hands, but have a little extra flour and milk on hand in case it is too sticky (add flour) or too crumbly (add milk) Roll dough into a salami size roll, then flatten with the side of a wide knife so the sides taper, slice into ½ inch thick biscotti shapes. Place cookies on baking sheet and bake for about 90 minutes. Baking longer will make them harder. Or after 90 minutes, turn the heat up to 375, when it gets there, turn the oven off and let the biscotti sit in the oven till they are cool (overnight?) Divide biscotti into baggies and freeze the ones that won't be used immediately. Bon Appétit

Farley’s Biscotti

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People can eat these too, these babies are full of fiber, protein, anti-flea (garlic) and breath freshener (herbs & seeds). And they get very hard and crunchy. 3 cups whole wheat flour 2 cups Oat Bran, multi-grain oatmeal or old- fashioned oats 1/4 cup wheat germ 1 can of Evaporated Milk 1/4 cup of Corn Syrup 1 large egg (or omit and use a little water if your dog can't tolerate eggs) 1 packet of instant yeast ½ teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon mint leaves (spearmint) 1 tablespoon of Fennel seed ( or Anise seed, or crushed Star Anise) 1 tablespoon of Parsley flakes 1tablespoon Sesame seeds peanut butter to taste **** You can add 2 tbs. of Powdered dog supplements (vitamin, minerals, glucosamine etc) Preheat oven to 275 degrees. Put dry ingredients in a large bowl and mix. Blend evaporated milk, peanut butter, corn syrup and egg in a food processor or blender or large bowl until smooth. Then add all dry ingredients to wet and stir until blended. You might as well use your hands, but have a little extra flour and milk on hand in case it is too sticky (add flour) or too crumbly (add milk) Roll dough into a salami size roll, then flatten with the side of a wide knife so the sides taper, slice into ½ inch thick biscotti shapes. Place cookies on baking sheet and bake for about 90 minutes. Baking longer will make them harder. Or after 90 minutes, turn the heat up to 375, when it gets there, turn the oven off and let the biscotti sit in the oven till they are cool (overnight?) Divide biscotti into baggies and freeze the ones that won't be used immediately. Bon Appétit
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Farley’s Biscotti