Spent Grain Dog Biscuits. An outstanding selection of dog food to help you find the right nutrition for your dog. Special diets, grain free formulas, dog milk, high meat content formulas. This recipe can easily be scaled up to accommodate any size dog and however many treats you want.
Use a fun cookie cutter to cut the treats into shapes, or just cut it into squares with a knife. Spent hops and grain are typically disposed of in a compost pile or trash after brewing is complete. As long as the spent grains have been kept separate from the hops, they are safe for dog consumption. You can cook Spent Grain Dog Biscuits using 4 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Spent Grain Dog Biscuits
- Prepare 4 cup of spent grains.
- It’s 2 cup of flour.
- Prepare 1 cup of peanut butter.
- Prepare 2 large of eggs.
I've been feeding these things to every dog I encounter on a regular basis (with owner consent of course) and now in California dogs follow me to my second floor apartment door, sometimes they even beat me to it. My neighbor dog, Maja, showed up at my house unannounced and we're in the country and have some seriously long driveways to. With the spent grain being a major flavor and component, it was only fitting to place the product in a resealable can. For the first time in history, you can share your passion for a hoppy brew, or biscuit, with your furry friend!
Spent Grain Dog Biscuits instructions
- Drain and press grains to remove as much water as possible..
- Mix all ingredients thoroughly..
- Press down into a dense layer on a large cookie sheet..
- Score almost all the way down through into the shapes you want..
- Bake for about half an hour at 350 For to solidify them..
- Loosen them from the sheet, break the biscuits apart and return them to the cookie sheet, loosely spreading them out..
- Bake at 225°F for 3 to 4 hours (or until they are really dry)..
- Store in an airtight container to keep them dry and mold free..
Our Kitchen and Mission Use your spent grains as soon as possible after brew day. collect the leftover grains and either refrigerate or freeze them to avoid mold. Combine the ingredients in a bowl and mix thoroughly. Roll out the mixture and use a cookie cutter to form the treats, or shape them by hand. Spent grain can be used for so many things outside of brewing beer – breads, muffins, even burgers! My particular favorite is using it as the main ingredient in dog treats for my dog, Maxo.