This is not a gift for your heart person, but for your dog: He deserves all your affection because you are so much without asking anything in return. The Valentine’s Day biscuits represent this sentiment: light, gluten-rich, fruit-pomegranate-and a graceful and sweet form.
So, how about making a bag? Maybe two, one for you and one to donate to your other friends who have dogs! I dedicate them to Hecate, Indiana Jones and all the dogs that I have unfortunately lost: Argo, Zoe, Billa and Marthy McFly.
Valentine’s Day Biscuits: ingredients for 10 biscuits
- Rice Flour 100 g
- Yogurt Greek 70 g
- Water 10 g
- Pomegranate Juice 10 g
To make these unique Valentine’s Biscuits cookies in a bowl the flour and yogurt. Work the dough briefly and only to obtain a sandy texture; At this point divide the mixture into two equal parts: in one serving add the pomegranate juice, in the other add the water. The two Impasi works separately to obtain two compact balls.
Spread the pink mixture to the pomegranate and get some heart-shaped biscuits; Spread the light dough and get cookies in the shape of a bone. You just have to join a biscuit to heart and one to bone, using them all. Lay them on a sheet of baking paper and cook in a pre-heated static oven at 170 °c for 10 minutes. Ready!
You can store your Valentine’s Day biscuits for a few days, well-sealed in an airtight container in the refrigerator or at room temperature. If you want to give them, close them in a bag and deliver them at most a couple of days before the occasion, so as not to risk them ruining.
- Yogurt and fruit are present in proportionate quantities, to contribute with taste and nutrients
- Gluten-free, are light and digestible even for older and delicate dogs