Easy, Homemade Breakfast Drop Biscuit Recipe

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Easy, homemade breakfast drop biscuit recipes are a really terrific way to save yourself a great deal of money. Find out about easy, homemade biscuit recipes with help from a holistic pet professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jenn Fadal founder of The Pack Mom and this is how to make easy homemade breakfast drop biscuits for dogs. So why would you want to try your hand at your own drop biscuits for dogs. Well in today's society there are so many pet food and pet treat recalls on the market that if you make your own you really know what's going into your pets treats and you can make it specific to what they like and what they need in their diet. So today my breakfast drop biscuits are super easy, literally all the ingredients go in one bowl. How easy is that. So lets get started. We'll start off with 1 1/2 cups of whole wheat flower, I cup of whole oats, 1 cup of dried cranberries, 1/2 a cup of dried coconut flakes that are unsweetened, 1 cup and a little bit extra of lactose free milk, 2 tablespoons of coconut oil, and about a teaspoon or more of honey from your local area. So this one is from my local area in Florida and honey's great because it does help with allergies if your dog is allergy prone. Lets get a little bit more of those coconut flakes in there. I mean how easy is that we're gonna mix it all together. Now these are going to be very lumpy and bumpy but that's how they need to be. The original recipe called for butter but for my dogs coconut oil which you can substitute one for one is much more healthy, it's great for their skin and coat, it's good for their hips and joints as well. So this recipe is malleable that you can literally just drop the cookie mix right onto your pan. For my guys though I'm going to roll them into little balls and my dogs are actually in the other room whining, waiting for these to go into the oven. Set your oven to 350 degrees, 15 minutes later these puppies are cooked. So I'm Jenn Fadal, thanks for watching.


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