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I sort of devised my own recipe for Molly based on her likes and dislikes, and used rice flour to bind it into a dough because it is the most highly digestible form of starch for a dog. I would replace all flour in any recipe with the rice flour. I wanted a recipe that could be used as a whole meal, not just a snack or training treat. Molly loves them, and you can vary the vegies according to likes/dislikes and availability. The ingredient quantities depend on how many you want to make. • steamed pumpkin (can replace with cooked mashed carrots, zuchinni, any vegies) • frozen or fresh spinach (cooked) • couple of raw eggs • tablespoon of brewers yeast • tablespoon of kelp powder • crushed garlic • half a cup of peanut butter • one third a cup of flaxseed oil (for Omega 3's) • you can add ground beef or chicken as an optional ingredient. • Make sure all your vegies are cooked, but meat, if adding, is raw. You should end up with a very wet slushy mixture and this is when you add enough rice flour to bind the mixture into a dough. Roll into thinnish sheets and bake on cookie trays long enough to dry them out and crisp them up. Make sure the oven is not too slow, as you don't want to cook them for too long and destroy the nutrients. Molly loves these biscuits, and I will give them to her a couple of times a week as a main meal in between her raw chicken neck meals. Needless to say, she is thriving. Her coat is is thick and healthy, her eyes have that wicked doodle sparkle to them, and her teeth (thanks to the chicken wings) are pristine and white. No complaints from her about her meals, either! Store them in the freezer, they can be eaten frozen or left out to defrost for a few minutes.

Molly’s Biscuits

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I sort of devised my own recipe for Molly based on her likes and dislikes, and used rice flour to bind it into a dough because it is the most highly digestible form of starch for a dog. I would replace all flour in any recipe with the rice flour. I wanted a recipe that could be used as a whole meal, not just a snack or training treat. Molly loves them, and you can vary the vegies according to likes/dislikes and availability. The ingredient quantities depend on how many you want to make. • steamed pumpkin (can replace with cooked mashed carrots, zuchinni, any vegies) • frozen or fresh spinach (cooked) • couple of raw eggs • tablespoon of brewers yeast • tablespoon of kelp powder • crushed garlic • half a cup of peanut butter • one third a cup of flaxseed oil (for Omega 3's) • you can add ground beef or chicken as an optional ingredient. • Make sure all your vegies are cooked, but meat, if adding, is raw. You should end up with a very wet slushy mixture and this is when you add enough rice flour to bind the mixture into a dough. Roll into thinnish sheets and bake on cookie trays long enough to dry them out and crisp them up. Make sure the oven is not too slow, as you don't want to cook them for too long and destroy the nutrients. Molly loves these biscuits, and I will give them to her a couple of times a week as a main meal in between her raw chicken neck meals. Needless to say, she is thriving. Her coat is is thick and healthy, her eyes have that wicked doodle sparkle to them, and her teeth (thanks to the chicken wings) are pristine and white. No complaints from her about her meals, either! Store them in the freezer, they can be eaten frozen or left out to defrost for a few minutes.
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Molly’s Biscuits