Treats You Can Make At Home - Tuna Fudge

Treats

Do you fancy making some treats at home? Maybe you want something soft and cakey, or something cold for summer, or a gummy type treat.

Well hang on tight, I'm going to share some supaw easy recipes you can make that your doggos will go mad for.

This week I'm sharing Tuna Fudge

The dogs really do go mad for this, it's just like doggie crack (are we allowed to say that??) - no idea, but they love it.

Ingredients

2 cans of skipjack tuna in springwater (see note 1) 
2 large eggs
1.5 cups flour (see note 2) - choose spelt or a gluten free mix if grains are an issue for you
0.25 cup of freshly grated parmesan cheese (see note 3)
I tbsp garlic  - Optional (see note 4)

Method

Mix together in a blender, Ninja, Thermomix or similar. If you fancy giving your biceps a quick workout, be old school and use a bowl and a wooden spoon.

Line a  23cm square cake pan then fill, push into the corners and press down. It's quite sticky so use wet hands or a wet spatula.

Bake at 180C (160C fan) for roughly 20 minutes.

Be prepared to have willing taste testers camped in front of the oven. They will try to trip you up so they can scoff it all at once.

If you successfully negotiate that hazard, leave to cool in pan, then remove and cut into small squares.

Keep a handful in the fridge for up to 3 days and put the rest in the freezer for later - a concept quite alien to dogs, but we have to be strong and resist those eyes.

 

Tuna fudge Bonza Dog Treats

Notes about ingredients

Note 1.  I like to choose a brand that is caught by pole and line, as this is the most responsible and sustainable method. You can read more here about sustainable fishing.
Note 2.  - choose spelt or a gluten free mix if grains are an issue for you  (spelt is a grain but it much more easily digested than wheat)
Note 3 - pre grated cheese has an anti-caking agent to stop it from clumping together. It's additive number is 460, and it's powdered cellulose (wood pulp) - yuck.
Note 4 - is garlic safe for dogs? - yes, in small doses. More information here if you're interested. 

If you make it, leave a comment and let me know what your doggo thought. 

 



Older Post Newer Post


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published