Show some love to your little friends, too! Give them the gift of a healthy treat, considering their nutrition and health as much as you consider yours.
I whipped up this recipe specifically to make use of the spent grain from all of the beer my brother brews. Yes, he brews beer, and yes, it’s pretty awesome, but I hate to see so much of the ingredients go to waste. It is the same to me as leftover pulp from fresh juices, you don’t want to waste that goodness!
Slightly off topic of the recipe, but has anyone ever brewed beer or been around the process? The smell is so unpleasant for me. It reminds me of pet stores I used to go to as a kid (breaks my heart).
Anyways, there are always so many oatmeal peanut butter dog biscuit recipes out there, and there are also spent grain dog biscuit recipes that include eggs as a ingredient. Why not try and veganize this? I mean, even if the biscuit isn’t presentable, dogs will eat it anyways, and I’m sure of it. So, I gave it a shot. To my surprise, it was a success, and all of the dogs that got to partake in the taste test agreed.
If you don’t have spent grain, by all means, use oatmeal! I have not tried it, but I am almost certain it will work just fine.
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