Here’s a quick and easy recipe, I named them for some of the tasty cat offerings I often find when Mom and I are out on our morning run. Sooo, yeah I have this fetish with cat poop. I find it almost as tasty as Elk! It’s a little embarrassing but not as embarrassing as Butthead’s addiction with my poop, that’s just plain disgusting and undignified and a whole other story! Mom has caught me on a number of occasions trying to scarf down the random cat poop I find while out on our walks. I am often capable of getting part of an offering down before Mom has a chance to pry it out of my mouth. This often happens in the early morning light and she really can’t see what it is I am trying to hide from her until she brings it up close to her face to get a good look at it. I really find it rather entertaining to watch once she realizes what it is she pulled out of my mouth, freaks out, and starts yelling at the deaf dog in the middle of our neighborhood. Hahaha! I love her, but she’s fun to mess with.
Despite their name, trust me, they are quite tasty. Enjoy!
4 ripe bananas;
1 ½ C Gluten free oatmeal;
½ C all natural apple sauce;
1 Tbsp Carob Powder;
½ C Flax seed meal;
1 Tbsp dry milk powder;
Preheat oven to 350oF. Combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl, mix ingredients thoroughly with hand mixer. Drop by Tablespoon onto greased or parchment lined cookie sheets and flatten with back of a spoon so cookies are of relatively even thickness. Bake in the oven for 40 minutes or until firm on outside. Leaving cookies in the oven, turn off oven and allow to cool completely. Cookies will be soft and chewy, store in air tight container in refrigerator for up to 5 days.
NOTE: ALWAYS consult with your pet’s veterinarian regarding ingredients, serving sizes, & special dietary requirements prior to changing your pet’s diet.