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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Cheeseburger (Lamb)


There are balance cooked minced lamb in the fridge so Mummy finished it off in this recipe. Also adapted from Doggy Dessert Chef. This is a gluten free recipe as rice instead of wheat flour is used. Another wonderful treat we enjoyed munching.




Cheesebuger (Lamb version) - 30 pcs

Ingredients:
1 cup Cooked Ground Lamb
1 cup Cheddar Cheese (shredded)
1 egg
1/4 cup Milk
1 cup Organic Brown Rice Flour

Method:
Preheat oven to 170 degree C.
1. Allow chedder cheese to warm to room temperature and in a large bowl combine all ingredients until well mixed.
2. Roll out dough on floured surface 1/2 inch thick. Cut into shapes with the cutter of your choice.
3. Place treats on an ungreased cookie sheets and cook for 15-20 minutes.
4. Cool and refrigerate.


8 comments:

  1. Hi Wendy

    Wow, you even bake for your dogs. They are so lucky! Hey, thanks again for the lift after the bloggers dinner. Sorry I took so long to drop a note of thanks.

    I also want to ask you about the vet you bring your dogs to. I remember you saying your vet is very good and would like to bring my dog there. My dog has a very bad skin problem and I don't think my current vet is doing a very good job at treating the problem, so I'd like to ask for a second opinion.

    Could you please email me (dimsumdolly@gmail.com) the name and address of your vet? Thanks!!!

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  2. Goodness sakes, those looks amazing!

    Guess what? My mom person & I have created a new blog at www.PetBlogsUnited.com.

    We'd love it if you would come over and check it out & become a member. It's a great new place for pet bloggers to find each other, and get an opportunity to be a featured blog!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  3. Hi Oskar,

    Thanks for visiting us. We will hop over and check it out.

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  4. Hi Wendy,

    I would like to know for this baked lamb cookies, how many days can we keep them? and should they be refrigerated or just kept in air tight containers?

    Regards,
    Sally

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  5. Hi Sally,

    You have to refrigerate it, it's apply to all homemade meat treat. Probably can keep up to 3 days. If you want to keep longer, freeze it. Reheat to serve.

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  6. Hi Wendy,

    Thanks so much for your reply. I would like to bake some for my doggie too. He is a mix breed of Shih Tzu and Terrier and looks quite similar to your babies. Hats off to you for having 7 of them. It looks like snowing shih tzu's at your home. I love dogs, but at the moment I can only keep one as it takes up quite a bit of my time and resources :) If you don't mind may I ask what brand of dog kibbles are you feeding your babies?

    Regards,
    Sally

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  7. Hi Sally,

    You are welcome! We are lucky to have my aunt staying with us that take very good care of them.

    They are on Wellness Whitefish & Sweet potato dog food.

    http://www.doggyfriend.com.sg/Wellness-Super5Mix-Complete-Health--Whitefish-amp-Sweet-Potato-Recipe-Dry-Formula-Dog-Food_p_3015.html

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  8. Hi Wendy,

    Thanks for the reply again. I do buy things online from Doggyfriend too. I stumbled upon them when I first visited your website. Happy with the various items they sell online and their delivery service :)

    Sally

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