Bake for 16 – 18 minutes, rotating halfway through.
Cool completely before giving to your dog.
Notes: If you want to roll the dough out to cut bone shaped treats:
Add 1/4 cup flour to the dough while it is in the processor Sprinkle your work surface with a few tablespoons of flour, turn the dough out onto the counter and work some of the flour from the counter into the dough until it is no longer sticky. You may need to add another few tablespoons. If it is humid, or your dough is still sticky for any reason, you may need a bit more. You just need to add enough flour so that you can roll the dough out without it sticking to the rolling pin. Roll the dough out to the desired thickness (I did about 1/8″)
Place your treats on the lined sheet pan and proceed with step 7 to bake.
The Fresh Pet Chef
With Christine Johnson
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