Mummy made Katie these really yummy snacks for her 11th birthday last week… now if we can only get her to SHARE some of them we can ALL CELEBRATE HER BIG DAY!  They are super easy to make and you can get fancy if you want by rolling out the dough and cutting it into little shapes, or just cutting long strips and then making tiny “bits” like she did.  Since there are no preservatives in these, just make sure to put the baked and cooled snacks into a little container and store them in the refrigerator.  They should keep for a few weeks but I doubt they will last that long.  I hope that you enjoy them.  KISS KISS




2 3/4 cups whole wheat flour

2 cups oat bran

1 Tablespoon dried parsley

1 cup cottage cheese (yes, doggies who are NOT lactose intolerant CAN have cottage cheese!)

1 small jar pureed beef flavor baby food

1/2 cup water


In a medium sized bowl, combine your dry ingredients.  Add the cottage cheese, baby food and water and mix with a large spoon until well combined.  You do not need a mixer for this… this is really EASY TO MAKE!  Dump onto a floured surface (use some of the whole wheat flour) and pat out the dough until it is about 1/4-inch thick.  No need to drag out a rolling pin… this is supposed to be EASY, like we said.  Cut the dough into strips and then cut the strips into little squares.  Place the squares onto a SILPAT-lined or parchment covered baking sheet so the little things won’t burn.  You can put them close together because they will not spread.  Bake at 350 degrees for 15-18 minutes until golden brown.  Cool on a wire rack.  Store in a container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.





  • Mary Hamilton

    24.05.2019 at 20:49 Reply

    Oh yes! Mummy needs to rush to the store! Thank you Millie! Mario and I are grateful! Mummy…. lets go! Chop chop 😂😂

  • Judy Winters

    24.05.2019 at 21:28 Reply

    Sound yummy🐾‼

  • beth smith

    24.05.2019 at 21:52 Reply

    Sounds great for our pups thank you.

  • Carole Barrette

    24.05.2019 at 21:58 Reply

    Miam…That looks delish!

  • Patricia Hunt

    24.05.2019 at 22:02 Reply

    Great recipe
    Cant wait to try it.

  • Jeanie Drane

    24.05.2019 at 23:21 Reply

    Wowza sounds great, for furbabys, all u sweet girls can sure enjoy them, love u all have a safe happy Memorial Day weekend!!! Love u all !!!!!!

  • Christine Flaherty

    25.05.2019 at 00:01 Reply

    Great recipe, thanks Millie 🐾💖🐕

  • Kay Ankeny

    25.05.2019 at 01:00 Reply

    Sounds delicious. Will try these for sure!❤️❤️❤️

  • Susan Nice

    25.05.2019 at 01:20 Reply

    Looks and sounds good!!! Will have to try for the pups!!!

  • Lynn Davis

    25.05.2019 at 02:30 Reply

    That sounds like a winner! 😋

  • Billie Hall

    25.05.2019 at 04:17 Reply

    Beautiful Furbabies, sounds Yummylicious. Love you Precious Angels.

  • Carole Greene-Henderson

    25.05.2019 at 12:45 Reply

    Happy birthday Katie🎂These snacks sound wonderful! Hope all of you have a wonderful time celebrating! Love you all❤️

  • Rev kennyhaddock

    25.05.2019 at 22:48 Reply

    Happy birthday katie

  • Carol Copeland

    25.05.2019 at 23:22 Reply

    Happy birthday Katie! 🎉🎂🎈❤️ I will be trying this recipe! Thanks!

  • Fran Stanley

    26.05.2019 at 01:34 Reply

    I am going to make Lizzie some!!!!!

  • Patricia L. Smith

    26.05.2019 at 03:27 Reply

    Happy Birthday sweet girl!
    Those Beefy Bits look easy and delicious.
    Thank you for sharing.

  • Bethe Austin

    26.05.2019 at 12:42 Reply

    Happy Birthday Katie! Leetl LuLoo has one question. Can you tell us how “hard” these are after they are baked ?
    Thank you

    • millie larue

      26.05.2019 at 13:56 Reply

      Lulu, they are not very hard. Even though you bake them until golden brown you can still sort of press into them ever so slightly… unless of course you over-bake them!!! LOL

  • Deb Medlock

    30.11.2019 at 23:00 Reply

    sounds yummy think I’ll try this or Chloe’

    • millie larue

      30.11.2019 at 23:57 Reply

      I think that you will enjoy this. 😘😘

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