I wanted to do something special for them like bake them some doggy treats.
Just before I started a batch from scratch, I remembered seeing a bag of dog treat mix from The Colorado Barkery.
So, I decided to go in that direction. Try it out, use it up, and do a review for you all as well.
The mix is super easy to use.
You put it in a large mixing bowl, add 1 cup of warm water (but I added the equivalent amount of warm tea as I know that in small amounts, the antioxidants in tea can be beneficial to my dogs), and 1 tbsp oil – I used olive oil because I know it’s good for my dogs’ coats.
There are also some nice big oats in the mixture that my dogs really enjoy eating.
Also, since I can never just use something straight out of the pantry without doctoring it up a bit. I added 2 tbsp dried parsley for my dogs’ breath, as well as some additional ground cinnamon, as I noticed on the ingredients, there is cinnamon in this bag of dog treat mix. I added an additional 1 tsp.
The dough mixed perfectly for me, except that since I added additional dry herbs, I added approximately another 1 tbsp of warm tea, and this worked perfectly as well.
The treats, as you can see, are simply adorable, they break easily, and are a great consistency.
Most importantly, the dogs all loved these treats!
For my small dogs, miniature schnauzer sized, I break these cookies into two for normal treats, and give one big treat for something they do that’s stellar!
I recommend these Gourmet Dog Treats from The Colorado Barkery…Good stuff!
I believe you can order online at ColoradoBarkery.com
I hope you enjoy this Cooking Product Review on Cooking with Kimberly. Until next time…
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