This recipe for dog biscuits has a delicious cheese flavor and smells great when baking in the oven. Make the recipe in just a few minutes if you have the right tools.
Homemade dog biscuits are easy and quick to make, and cutting the biscuits is a cinch with a pizza cutter.
The cheese biscuits use dried Parmesan cheese or powdered Cheddar cheese, so you don’t have to bother with the mess and bother of grating cheese to make them.
Our dog Skipper loves the cheese flavor (and smell) of these dog treats, and she eagerly waits by the oven, when she smells them baking...
Flax seeds make these cheese dog biscuits a heart healthy dog treat, especially for dogs who are now in their senior years.
The easiest way to make the dog biscuits is to roll out the dough and just cut them into squares or shapes that approximate squares.
I’ve found that, if a dog treat recipe is really quick and easy, I’m more inclined to make it. If it takes a lot of effort to make a recipe, I don’t make it that often.
That’s why I developed an easy way to cut dog biscuits—for those lazy days! I use two different kitchen tools that have helped me shorten my time in the kitchen.
The first is a palm held pizza cutter. It fits nicely in either hand and gives you more control than other cutters. It also helps you cut the biscuits faster.
This is the tool that I recommend to people starting a dog bakery, but it’s inexpensive enough that anyone baking for their dog can afford to take advantage of it.
The Pastry Cutter can be used to cut anything from noodles to brownies, and it will give you 5 evenly spaced cuts at a time. There is a knack to using one of these, so it will take a little practice to become proficient with it. And with the less expensive home baker model, you need to use a steady pressure to get even cuts.
With either of these tools, you should wash them immediately, to avoid the headache of washing dried on dough, off them later.
Enjoy making these homemade dog biscuits! Your dog is going to love them!
Your cheese biscuits from will keep well in an airtight container in your cupboard for a few months. If you intend to keep them longer, you might put them in the refrigerator or freezer.
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