Magical atmosphere, fairy lights everywhere, there is the scent of cinnamon biscuits in the air... The biscuits that Argo looks forward to every year during the Christmas period
Every time I prepare them my mind travels… The vivid and clear memories of Argo fill my heart, he loved this moment, especially the first year we spent together he was a very curious puppy!
He always wanted all the attention and when he saw me preparing the kitchen workbench…he started hopping merrily that scoundrel!
Christmas disaster in the kitchen
He always managed to steal something from me, and with the loot in his teeth he ran away running like lightning and I chased him all over the house! And although it wasn't a long process, he did everything to make me distracted and play with him... by burning those beautiful little trees.
I still remember the first Christmas together that was the most disastrous, he also managed to steal my bag of flour and in the house it seemed like a snowstorm had passed worthy of the passage of Santa Claus with his sleigh.
Are you laughing too?
But the best is yet to come, you must know that the biscuits were made to be attached to the Christmas tree as per tradition and taken from time to time, one a day but....... yes you imagined well.
Argo was greedy for his biscuits tree and do you know when he learned not to eat them secretly?
When to catch one he managed to make the tree fall and it was a great scare for both of them.
He heard a loud thud and the noise of the decorations crumbling on the ground, at that moment I didn't exactly imagine what could have happened but one thing is certain…
When it was too quiet in the house and Argo didn't show up for a few minutes, it was time to take a look because he was up to one of his own!
In short, Christmas with him was always very lively, he was very playful.
But let's get back to us, how do you prepare tree biscuits for your dog?
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Dog Christmas Cookies Recipe
1 cup water
1 1/2 cups whole-wheat flour
1/4 cup of vegetable oil or olive oil
1 tablespoon dry milk
1 1/2 cups unbleached flour
3 tablespoons flakes oats
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon cinnamon
Dog glaze for topping
Preparation Of Christmas Dog Cookies
Put the ingredients in your bread maker on the knead cycle.
When the dough is ready, roll it out to 1/4" thick and cut out Christmas trees, using the cookie cutter.
Place the dog biscuits on a lightly oiled cookie sheet or ungreased silicone baking sheet.
Bake for 1 hour at 175 degrees, checking occasionally to make sure dog treats don't turn too brown.
Turn off the oven and let the dog treats finish drying overnight.
Christmas cookies recipe are treats that you can make for your best friend or give to other dogs as special homemade treats during the Christmas holidays.
Since Argo is no longer there I continue to prepare them and every day I take them to the dogs in the kennel near my home.
what are your Christmas traditions?
Tell me about it here in the comments if you want
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