Tuna brownies by Kathy Sdao
These training treats are ideal: healthy, they don’t crumble, easy to make and handle and dogs love them.
2 Cans tuna packed in water (or canned chicken, turkey, mackerel, or salmon)
2 tsp. garlic powder
1 ½ cups flour – white, whole wheat, soy, rye (Use more as needed to make stiff dough)
A tablespoon of molasses (optional)
A splash of water if necessary
Mix together, press flat into a cookie sheet lined with tin foil sprayed with Pam or olive oil. The dough should be about ¼ inch thick after pressing in the pan.
Bake at 325 degrees for 40 minutes (longer if thicker than ¼ inch)
After it cools, use a pizza cutter to cut ¼ inch strips. Put the strips into a Ziploc bag and freeze them.
When you need treats, take a few out and use scissors to cut as many tiny (1/4 inch square works well) pieces as you need. You will need to refrigerate what you cut up or don’t use.