Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Tasty Tuesday for you and your two legged

Sometimes you have to "motivate" the hoomans  to do... to bake...  You know, kick start their imagination...

So we have been trolling a new website.... veryyyyy interesting.  Momma calls it  a recipe archive.  I call it nostalgia for oldies like momma.

Anywho.... while momma was contemplating making GERT's PUPMKIN Cookies... from Yesterdish. I kind of whined she should modify the recipe as well for us.... So here is YESTERDISH'S  stroll into memory lane.. for your two leggeds. 

http://yesterdish.com/2012/10/21/gerts-pumpkin-cookies/http://yesterdish.com/2012/10/21/gerts-pumpkin-cookies/ {Published with permission}

Now for the dog healthy version which is way better for us:

Ingredients 2 cups Oatmeal 
1 cup White Rice Flour 
1 teaspoon Cinnamon 
2 Eggs 1/4 cup local Honey 
1 (15 ounce can) PLAIN Pumpkin Directions 
1/2 cup of cranberries.

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat.
2. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl until well combined.
3. Spread dough onto prepared baking sheet 1/4 inch thick.
4. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, until slightly brown at the edges. 
5. Allow to cool. 
6. Cut into pieces, then refrigerate.

You know, another version could stand some diced turkey added and you could call it THANKSGIVING  cookies...Yea!  Make those!

See.... I did it.  I stimulated her imagination.... Now clear the decks.... time to bake!

I am just going to sit back and supervise. "vie


wife_nextdoor said...


wife_nextdoor said...

OMG the cutest Bichon! (:

NanaNor's said...

Hi, I love this recipe and since I can't have gluten I believe I might just try this for me as well as Hunter. Hope you have a wonderful day!
Wags, Noreen & Hunter

Kolchak Puggle said...

Mama loves those old timey recipes, full of real butter, lots of eggs, cream and real sugar. All those good tasty things! Mama has a weird box full of these ratty old card with heiroglyphic tiny handwriting on them that she calls her "family recipe archive". Some tasty things come out of there.