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    Anyone has a Cheese Treats Recipe?

    Looking for a cheesey treat recipe. The one I have been using has lots of random ingredients (wheat germ and cornmeal) so looking for something simpler.

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    Mine is pretty simple. Cut cheddar into 1/4" cubes, spread on plate or tray, put in frost free freezer for several weeks, then take out and use only a few at a time as needed. They sort of freeze dry.

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    A slice of Velvetta! It's simple and easy but only once in a while.
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    haha ok I mean a cheese cookie recipe. I do also use cheese on it's own for training

    these days "quick high value treats" for training are from whatever protein I had for supper that day (or the day before)

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    Cut string cheese with kitchen scissors. Easy peasy.

    They do have dehydrated cheddar snacks. Do you have a dehydrator?

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    Hmmm what about a recipe for homemade cheese-its for humans and modifying it?

    This recipe is fairly simple
    Homemade Cheez-Its Recipe | Brown Eyed Baker

    I'd take out the salt entirely and sub the all purpose flour for oat flour/ground up oatmeal
    You could probably replace some or all of the butter with peanut butter or apple sauce.

    Edit: Just found a nearly identical recipe designed for dogs homemade dog treats | Happy Dog Playland

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    No dehydrator no

    Quote Originally Posted by arentspowell View Post
    Hmmm what about a recipe for homemade cheese-its for humans and modifying it?

    This recipe is fairly simple
    Homemade Cheez-Its Recipe | Brown Eyed Baker

    I'd take out the salt entirely and sub the all purpose flour for oat flour/ground up oatmeal
    You could probably replace some or all of the butter with peanut butter or apple sauce.

    Edit: Just found a nearly identical recipe designed for dogs homemade dog treats | Happy Dog Playland
    Uh oh...now i am going to have to make those cheez-its for humans...for me

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    oh shoot the cheez-it recipe links to a pb choco chip cookie recipe...I am in dangeriuos territory...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tanya View Post
    oh shoot the cheez-it recipe links to a pb choco chip cookie recipe...I am in dangeriuos territory...
    Haha yea the food blogs can definitely get you in trouble! I just want to make everything and eat it all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arentspowell View Post
    Haha yea the food blogs can definitely get you in trouble! I just want to make everything and eat it all!
    haha yes I have been on a baking kick of desserts lately and that's not a good thing. I am trying to calm that down by bakign dog treats

    The cheez-its are interesting if you can make a dog-safe recipe if you cut them down like that. Makes for a better "training treats" VS a bigger cookie. The hard part with dog cookies/treats is generally they don't work well as training rewards (too big and hard). I have the salmon recipe that was online that worked but the size of a cheez-it (then cut in two) coudl work too.

    i may try it, just need cheese and some kind of cutter thingy...then I can see the texture and i guess the only thing that needs substituting is the butter (maybe replace with peanut butter? or apple sauce or greek yogurt?)

 



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