Pizza Biscuit Recipe


These delicious pizza biscuits are nice enough for everyone to eat - both human and dogosaur alike. Yum. 


230g whole wheat flour

230g white flour

1/2 Egg

3 tablespoons of olive or vegetable oil

2 tablespoons parsley

1 teaspoon basil

115g grated cheese (I used a mix of cheddar and parmesan)

115g chopped sundried tomatoes (if they have oil in them you can use this instead of the olive/vegetable oil)


Pre-heat the oven to 190 degrees

Put all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix well.

Flour a work surface and knead the dough until it is well formed - it will be quite stiff.

Roll out the dough and cut into the shapes you like (obviously I went for the classic Jurassic Bark dinos, as well as some bone shapes for good measure).

Put the biscuits on some grease proof paper and bake in the oven for around 45 minutes.

You can freeze these if you end up making too many - I actually used double the amount I've put on this recipe and ended up with a small army of biscuits... but my dogosaurs still very much enjoy them frozen and it's good for their teeth to have a bit of crunch! I wouldn't recommend doing this if your dog has bad teeth though as they will probably have a hard time biting through them.


Dogosaur Ice Cream Recipe

Anyone else noticed we're in a heat wave? This super easy recipe is a great healthy treat to cool your dogosaur down on these hot days. 


Peanut Butter 170g (make sure the one you use is Xylitol free as this is a dangerous additive for our dogosaurs!)

Honey 170g (or 1 1/2 ripe bananas if you prefer, or as well as - I didn't have any)

480g Plain Yogurt 


Mix it all together till it's all blended with no peanut buttery lumps and put in the freezer! It's that easy!!


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