The pineapple is sugary, fresh, rich in vitamins and-think-helps a lot when you have a dog that tends to coprophagy. Also, it does very well to the kidneys and intestines. In short: It is the umpteenth proof that the fruit to the dogs, well dosed, can do very well. We think of persimmons, bananas, apple, blueberry… And now also to these easy and simple pineapple and ginger cookies! In the blink of an eye are in the oven and you can immediately close them in a jar and store in the pantry. The chances to have them taste your dog are many: A walk, a little habit every now and then, a gift for being good. Try them and let me know!
Pineapple and ginger biscuits: ingredients for about 25 biscuits
- Fresh Pineapple 60 g net of waste
- Rice Flour 80 g *
- grated fresh ginger 1 teaspoon low
To make these pineapple and ginger biscuits, start to clean the pineapple to get the pulp in the indicated quantities. Blend it, to obtain a puree smooth and possibly without pieces of pulp too large. Put it in a bowl and combine the rice flour and the grated ginger after peeling a little bit. Knead everything well until you get a nice compact and non-sticky dough. Lay it down on the floured vow plane and get some sticks or cup the dough with your favorite cookie form. You just have to cook them, in a static oven preheated at 170 ° for 20-25 minutes! * I used rice flour but you can also use flour 00, I think you should dose a little less. The pineapple is a very sweet fruit, so I would not give more than a biscuit every two days to your dog!
The pineapple and ginger biscuits last for quite a long time, if be closed in an airtight box. You can also freeze them, preferably cooked!
- The pineapple brings countless benefits to the dog: to the kidneys, to the intestine, it counteracts the instincts of coprophagy
- Gluten-free, are extremely light biscuits