DIY Eat – Low-Cal Snacks

Fast, fresh and healthy treats your dog will adore, whether he’s a liver lover, fish fanatic or in need of a low-cal snack.

Liver Dumplings


2 ½ cups rye flour

1/3 lb fresh chicken liver

2 Tbsp chopped parsley

3 ½ Tbsp sunflower oil

About ½ cup water


How to do it:

Preheat the oven to 340° F and line the baking pan with baking paper.

Cook chicken liver in water about 15 minutes and let it cool.

Puree chicken liver with water.

Measure rye flour.

Add pureed chicken liver, parsley, and oil and stir to a smooth dough.

Make small balls, about 3/4” diameter, with your fingers.

Bake about 25 minutes at 340° F.

Tip: Instead of ½ cup of tap water, you can also use ½ cup of chicken-liver broth.

Salmon Cookies


2 ½ cups wheat flour

2/3 cup soft oatmeal

½ lb raw salmon fillet

1 egg

3 ½ Tbsp sunflower oil

About ½ cup water


How to do it:

Preheat oven to 300° F and line baking pan with baking paper.

Cook salmon fillet for 15 minutes and let it cool.

Puree fish with water.

Measure and mix wheat flour and oatmeal.

Add the salmon, egg, and sunflower oil.

Mix everything in to a smooth dough with a hand or electric mixer.

Roll the dough to about ¼” thickness on a floured surface and cut out with a cookie cutter.

Put the cookies on the sheet and bake them about 20 minutes at 300° F

Variation: You can also use tuna. Canned tuna is very suitable. If possible, use a type packed in water.

Enjoy your meal!

Baking For Dogs: The Best Recipes from Dog’s Deli by Friederike Friedel (2009, Schiffer Publishing)


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