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DOG TREAT - Homemade Diabetic Dog Treats

Written by Cindy Grant
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Homemade Diabetic Dog Treats Made Right in Your Kitchen! If your dog has developed diabetes, it may be difficult to find a treat that isn't too high in sugar.

These homemade diabetic dog treats are loaded with protein and flavor, with no added sugar. Any dog would be happy to munch on one of these homemade dog treats.

Preheat Oven: 350 degrees F - Prep Time: 5 m - Cook Time: 15 m

What You Need

  • 1/2 cup whole wheat flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 1/2 cooked beef liver cut into small pieces
  • Parchment paper
  • 10 x 15 in jelly roll pan
  • Food processor


Step 1 - Preheat your oven to 350 degrees and line the jelly roll pan with parchment paper.

Step 2 - Place the cooked liver in the food processor and pulse until it's finely chopped. If you have room, add the eggs and flour and mix well. If you don't have room, place the liver in a bowl and add the eggs and flour. Mix well with a wooden spoon.

Step 3 - Spread this mixture evenly in the lined jelly roll pan. Using a sharp knife to cut in shape after baking and cooling

Step 4 - Bake for 15 mins, or until the center is firm. Cool, then cut into squares using a pizza cutter or sharp knife. Store in a sealed container in the refrigerator.

Note: These cookies will have a sponge-like consistency.

Featured Ingredient - Beef Liver According to VetInfo, this organ meat is nutrient rich. It has a long list of healthy qualities including vitamins A and B, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, zinc, phosphorous and essential amino acids your dog needs for good muscle development and overall health.

You can read my whole article about healthy dog treats on thedeckchef.com HERE. - Thanks - Cindy

 About the Author: Cindy Grant is the founder of NolongerWild.com and also a crazy fan of dogs, cats and all kinds of in-house little cute pets. With a such big passion in pets, I strongly hope that NolongerWild will become a friendly community where I can connect with those sharing the same hobby.




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