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Doggy Donuts Treat Recipe

Here's a fun and easy dog treat that you can make to delight your pampered pooch, Doggy donuts!

Doggy Donuts

2 Cups whole wheat flour
2/3 Cup beef broth
1 egg, beaten
3 Tablespoons uncooked oatmeal
1 teaspoon garlic powder

Preheat oven to 400°F

Mix flour, egg and broth well in a large bowl. Add oatmeal and garlic powder. Mix until ingredients are evenly distributed. Roll dough to 1/2" thick on a lightly floured surface.

Cut the dough with a donut shaped cookie cutter or use one large and one small circular cookie cutters to create the donut shapes. Carefully place each donut on a lightly greased or non-stick cookie sheet.

Bake 10-15 minutes. Watch to avoid burning. Remove donuts from oven to harden, or turn off oven and leave donuts in oven to harden. If you choose to allow the donuts to harden in the oven watch them to avoid burning.

Doggy Donut Icing Recipe

Note: White chocolate is a typical ingredient in many dog treat icing recipes. White chocolate can safely be given to dogs in small quantities because most of the caffeine in white chocolate has been removed. The main ingredients in white chocolate are cocoa fat, sugar, milk solids, lecithin and vanilla. If you are able to find them, yogurt chips or carob chips have also been used to make a healthier doggy donut icing. Be sure to check with your vet to be sure that any of these ingredients are safe for your pet before using them.

Doggy Donut Icing

1 cup yogurt chips or vanilla white chocolate chips
1/4 teaspoon vegetable oil
1/4 tablespoon of vegetable powder to color the icing
Vegetable Powder Examples:
Pink- beet powder
Green - spinach powder
Yellow - turmeric

Melt vanilla chips in a double boiler. Add vegetable oil and coloring powder. Lightly dip the tops of the donuts in the icing or spread a thin layer of icing on the donuts with a knife. You can also use doggy donut crumbs as sprinkles to decorate the tops of your doggy donuts. Place the donuts on waxed paper to dry.

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