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Training Treats

Kirsten's favorite treat recipe:

Liver Brownies

Liver Brownies

1 lb chicken, turkey or beef liver
1 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 clove garlic, minced, or 1/2 t powdered, optional
dash salt, optional

1 whole egg

1 1/2 C whole wheat flour
1/2 C oatmeal (whizz the oatmeal in a food processor first for less crumbly texture)
1/2 C wheat germ or flax seed meal
1/2 bunch fresh parsley, chopped, optional (for breath)

1. Puree livers, oil and garlic in a food processor.
2. Add egg and pulse until incorporated.
3. Add dry ingredients and mix until smooth.
4. If it's too gooey, knead in a little more flour (it should be stiff enough to stand a spoon and not be sticky). If the food processor starts to struggle, dump it out and knead by hand until mixed and stiff.
5. Spread batter with a rubber spatula on a cookie sheet or in the bottom of a 8 x 8 pan (lined with parchement) about 1/3 to 1/2 inch thick. (If it's too thick, the center might not cook.)
6. Bake at 350 F for about 20-35 minutes or until done.
7. When cool cut into squares or bits. Keep refrigerated for a few days, freeze if you're going to keep them longer.

Recipe can be doubled, use 9 x 12 pan

Oatmeal adds fiber and may be more tolerable than corn for some dogs.
Wheat germ and flax seed meal add omega fatty acids for a shiny coat.
Garlic adds flavor and may be a natural flea repellent.

This can be made as a cake, but I recommend layers because it doesn't cook through if it is too thick, and boy is it nasty when it's raw in the middle.

You can make a tasty "icing" by mixing equal parts cream cheese and sharp white cheddar in a food processor until well blended.