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Halloween Cookies (Healthy Doggy Treats)

  • Mix everything together in a bowl or mixer, be careful not to overwork the mixture.

 

  • Once all of the mixture represents a dough ball turn out on to a cool table to flatten out with your hands or a rolling pin.

 

  • Cut out some wonderful SPOOKY shapes. Place onto a baking tray with silicone baking sheet to aid a non stick surface.

 

Pop into the oven on a medium heat around 180° C / 360° F for around 18 mins or until firm to the touch. When ready set aside on a cooling rack for half an hour ready to decorate.

DECORATION IDEAS

 

  • Take 2 tbs of plain cream cheese and mix a little to loosen the mixture.

 

  • Spread onto the cooled cookies using a flat knife or using a mini palate knife.

 

  • Spread evenly and top using rice paper decorations. I sourced mine online, they are made from potato starch and the ink is organic edible ink coming from plant sources, completely harmless.

 

  • You could also use beetroot juice to colour the cream cheese or a little Spirulina to make a green sludge.

 

If you pop them in the fridge once decorated the cream cheese icing will set. I also used blanched almonds for fangs or try using your toasted pumpkin seeds. You could also use thick Greek style yogurt for the topping.

 

I hope you enjoy making the Halloween Cookies.

 

 

Chefs Tip

 

These healthy little cookies can be eaten anytime of the year and make a healthy on the go snack as they contain fabulous spirulina which is an amazing little power house of goodness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ingredients:

 

100 g     organic, uncooked ground turkey

200 g     gluten free oats

100 g     buckwheat flour

1 tbs      coconut oil, expeller pressed, extra virgin, organic

1 tbs      ricotta cheese

1            sprig of fresh thyme

1 tps      dried elder flowers

2 tps      spirulina powder

100 g     cream cheese (for decoration)

 

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