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    Senior Dog Jollymolly's Avatar
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    Sweet potato banana cookie

    Sweet Potato Banana cookies

    11/2 cup rough oats
    1 cup brown rice flour
    1 cup whole wheat four
    1 large cooked Sweet potato mashed
    1 banana mashed
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1 egg
    3/4 to 1 cup water

    mix add water to desired consistancty add more flour if needed

    Shape as desired I like to do all different sizes so some will be chewier and some will be crunchy

    bake at 350 for 18-20 min till edges are golden brown

    This was a hit hope your dogs enjoy

    Keep in the fridge or freezer.
    Last edited by Jollymolly; 02-16-2015 at 12:12 PM.

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    That sounds like the dog would have to share it with me.

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    Sounds great! Hum, think the only thing I'm missing in the house is a banana.

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    Just made them. Got myself all ready to go and discovered we were out of bananas too. And this is our Family Day holiday but the nearest grocery store is near the time shares for the ski hills, big business, so it's open. And we were out of milk and a few other things. Some are soft and sort of rubbery and some I left in longer and they're hard. Oban only had a bit to try, they're still hot. But boy, they smell good.

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    I hope Oban likes them

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    Oban says, "Thank you Jollymolly, they were yummy. I was a good boy for my therapy and got them as treats. The only problem is, my Mum thought the would be safe on the end table while she iced my shoulder. Mum thought the cats wouldn't eat them. And they didn't, but they tried to take them anyway to bat around the floor as toys. I think they do that just to torture me."

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    Thank you for the laugh I really needed that LOL

    Oban the cats are with out a doubt are tortring you. They can be so naughty cant they

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    I'll have to try this recipe as well. My Rosie is so picky but at least I know she likes sweet potato and bananas.

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    Oh, wow, these are AWESOME!!!! What do you think would work best as a rice flour substitute (Belly has GI trouble with rice)? Potato flour?

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    Can you use whole weat flour or oats? Id try potato flour.

 



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