But I really wanted to share this, I had a trapeze class a few days ago, and I can only recommend it. It was super scary and I crossed a lot of my own boundaries, but I am so glad that I did it, and it won’t be my last time either.
I have also decided to lose a few pounds, and that means that the baking has to be put on hold for a while. So what better way to satisfy my baking craving than to make dog treats, and perfectly I had to meet my friend in Hyde Park the next day, which dog turn 10 on that same day.
The dog has a few allergies so I found this recipe, where he could have all the ingredients. They were so easy to make, and the dog loooooved them.
Doggy tuna treats
1 cup/2 dl rolled oats
1 cup/2 dl fine cornmeal or Semolina
1 tablespoon flax seed/linseed
1/4 teaspoon baking powder
1 can tuna in brine with water
1/3 cup water (or as needed)
Preheat oven to 175°C/350°F/Gas Mark 4
Grind flax seeds, set aside.Grind oats to a coarse flour, set aside.
Put the tuna in your food processor beaker add pulse until smooth.
Add all other ingredients and pulse on and off until mixture comes together to form a ball.
The dough might look as it is a bit to dry, but try kneading for a few minutes and it should come together.
Roll out the dough till it is about ¼ inch/½ cm thick.
Then cut out with cookie cutter of choice (I used the tip of a piping bag, to make small treats), just make sure that the shape doesn’t have any sharp edges that can scratch the dogs mouth.
Place on a baking sheet covered with parchment, and bake until light golden for 10-25 minutes depending on the size.