Monday, December 6, 2010

Fish Treats



We really like fish treats.

A little oil. A can of tuna. One egg. And enough flour-oatmeal-something to give it brownie batter texture*. Everyone wants to make it like cookie dough. But cookie dough texture results in crunchy treats and we like soft treats.



Just like with almost everything else, bake at 350* until golden brown. This is usually ten minutes.

If I want to be a good dog trainer, I use a pizza cutter and cut all the pieces into nice equal little squares. If I want to be a not-as-efficient dog trainer I just break it up and then break it even smaller when I'm training.


Knives are not good for stirring.

*I highly recommend that you make brownies so that you know EXACTLY what the brownie texture is. This is important for your treats turning out just right. Bake the brownies before the treats. Unless you want a hint of fish taste.

2 comments:

Catalina said...

Thanks for this recipe! I think I'll try making these tomorrow.

Kristine said...

I love making these treats. They are so easy and the recipe I have makes a ton. Your cutting methods are very similar to mine.

And I agree. Making brownies before is a crucial step to getting the perfect consistency. Otherwise the whole batch will be ruined.