Apple and cheese please doggie biccies

These were so good I’ll admit to eating a few myself…. Made of nothing more than porridge oats, stewed apples and grated cheese, you could pass them around with the tea rightly (just maybe don’t cut them out with a dog bone shaped cookie cutter).  Recipe below, treat your furry friends!

 

Biscuits on wood Biscuits on white

Ingredients

 

400g oat flour or finely ground porridge oats

100g porridge oats

150g grated cheddar, mature works well

150g eating apple

2 tbsp vegetable oil

 

Method

Preheat the oven to 180°C/160°C fan.  Peel core and chop the apple and stew in a little water in a small saucepan.  When the apple has softened and broke down, set aside to cool.  Once cooled, mix with all the other ingredients in a large mixing bowl.  Add enough water to bind everything together to form a soft dough (about 150ml).  On a floured surface roll out the dough to about 1cm thick (I did this in batches as there is a lot of dough).  Cut out the biscuits into any shape (I used a small bone shaped cutter).  You could use a bigger cookie cutter for bigger dogs.  Lay them out on a lined baking sheet (they wont spread so I didn’t leave that much distance between them) and bake until golden brown.  This will take about 15-25 minutes but keep an eye on them and swap the trays around in the oven from bottom to top to even out the colour.  Leave to cool for a bit in the oven then take them out and leave to coolcompletely and firm up before lifting them from the baking tray.  Store in an airtight container.

Recipe from Marvellous by Kate Bendix.

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About Sharon Duffin Photography

Professional photographer based in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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