Thursday, March 29, 2007

3 Ingredients

What can you make with 3 ingredients? Mix together flour, peanut butter and chicken broth and you have Doggy Cookies!The boys loved them! But to be honest, Napoleon and Caesar love almost anything edible. I don't like to feed them all the treats (crap) that is out there at the pet store. Have you read some of the ingredients on the back of the box? I try to feed them as naturally as possible. I have found some pretty good stuff at Trader Joes, like dry chicken strips which is just dried chicken. Their snacks during the day is baby carrots which they go crazy for. Caesar liked the cookies so much, he came into the living room and whined for more. Here is the recipe to make some treats for your beloved pooch or maybe for a pooch you know.

I have been working on another stitchmarker idea for the giveaway. A whisk made with sterling silver and copper wire. I think it's cute for those who like to bake or cook. What do you think?I used a Dime (US 10 cents) as a scale reference. I couldn't find a quarter in my wallet.

13 comments:

Julie said...

What lucky doggies!

The stitch marker is just fab, it looks perfect!

Kristy said...

So much cuteness! I really like the stitch marker.

CynCyn said...

those are SO cute! (the doggies and the stitch markers) would look cute with a mini cupcake, some eggs in a carton, and a small milk.

Dipsy said...

Your doggies are *so* cute munching their cookies! It's unbelievable what kind of stuff they put into pet food - I don't know much about dog food unfortunately, but when it comes to cat food, I often get the shivers when I read the ingredients - terrible indeed, and definitely not worth to buy!
This must be the cutest stitch marker that I've ever seen! I can't believe it, really - I absolutely and totally adore this one!

Jennie said...

Your doggies are so cute, I'm going to bake cookies for my Mums dog.

Love the mini whisk, I want one, along with a mini ball of yarn, they would both look great on a charm braclet.

Lynn said...

They boys look like they love the cookies! With carrot sticks for snacks, it looks like they are healthier and neater eaters than I am!

The stitch marker is super cute. I am amazed by how small it is...

jen said...

oh man i lOVE the doggie pictures!

cute wisk. i don't know how all y'all jewelry people can work with that small stuff! :D

caitlyn said...

You make the cutest stitch markers!!

Judy said...

Oiyi, I love the stitch marker!! And the doggy treats will make for healthy pets - - a far cry better for them than the chemicals and plastics found in store-bought stuff.

Rohanknitter said...

I think that stitch marker is adorable!
(my dogs love baby carrots too)

ikkinlala said...

Cute stitch marker, and cute dogs!

My grandparents used to have a dog whose favourite food was broccoli. The dogs we've had (and most farm dogs I've known) will eat just about anything, but only seem to go crazy for the most disgusting things.

Ann K. said...

I haven't made dog treats for my frenchies in a LONG time! Will have to do that soon! I buy some pet treats from a local (WI) barkery and they love them.. but of course.. like your boys.. mine inhale anything edible or not! LOL!

The stitch marker is AWESOME! You are so very talented!

Chickengirl said...

Ohh so adorable. I am a terrible cook but I would love the whisk every much! I am such a sucker for these things.