Chicken Chews, For the Pup

For the past few years I’ve made Christmas treats for all of Tigger’s canine cousins, this year was no exception! This was supposed to be a post for the twelve days of Christmas but let me be quite frank, Christmas got a wee bit too busy and I never got around to typing it, so here you go, it’s only a month late-oops!

You know those chicken strips you can find in the grocery store or at the pet store?  The ones that look like chicken jerky for your pup?  Well, I wanted to simplify them make them at home and figured that it wouldn’t be that hard of a task, and guess what?! It wasn’t! All you need is chicken breast, a sharp knife, and an oven!

And let me say that these are sure to be a hit, the SIX dog taste testers that were at my mom’s house for Christmas all loved them so your pup will too!

Chicken Chews

Ingredients

1 package of Organic Chicken Breasts

  1. Preheat your oven to 200° F.  If your oven will not go down this low preheat it at the lowest setting possible.
  2. Using a very sharp filet knife shave the chicken breast as thin as you can.
  3. On a baking sheet lined with a silpat, arrange the chicken strips so that they are not touching one another.
  4. Dehydrate for 3 to 5 hours, flipping the strips once after about an hour and a half or when the top side looks dried out and unappetizing to the human eye.
  5. Let cool before you treat your furry friend to a sample then store in an air tight container.

Tig making sure I don’t steal any of her treats

Pretending to wait patiently

Going in for the kill

 

3 thoughts on “Chicken Chews, For the Pup

  1. Nice fingernail polish. I’m glad to see that you’re still in the kitchen doing what you love. Stay connected and keep cooking.

    Mark C.

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