|I know the dog can't tell that these are Halloween themed, but it matters to me.|
|This time I realized the merits of mini cookie cutters for dog treats, |
unlike my dismay with the last batch of milk bones I made him.
|It really doesn't get much easier than this.|
|I sampled the pure pumpkin, what of it?|
|Thanks for having my back, wheat flour.|
|Time to bust out the kitchen weaponry!!|
|Aren't they just the scariest?!|
|The face that says, 'I know I don't need the garbage, but I just can't resist it. |
Also, when is this woman going to stop inner-monologuing for me? I mean, really.'
|Even our cups are terrifying.|
|At this point, these cookies made the house smell SO GOOD I was almost positive I had to eat one, as was Derek. |
As of this blog, we still have not eaten any. I make no future guarantees.
|With such a small piping tip and such an easy work surface, |
you can pretty much do whatever you want. Me gusta.
While these may not be the prettiest, they don't have to be. And not just because they are dog treats, but because they are HALLOWEEN dog treats, and should be both menacing and a little rough around the edges. As far as I know, Casper was the only friendly ghost and cats are definitely evil, so I wasn't too worried about perfection here. No offense to anyone who likes ghosts. If you're a cat person, I'm not sure why you're reading a dog blog unless you wanted to make these for yourself. I'm only judging you for liking cats, bro.
Of course, Hankenstein was thrilled that I finally baked for him again, and ate these right up. Happy to report the pumpkin did its job, and he wasn't chasing me out of any rooms later that evening, nor did he have any digestive issues due to his version of go hide and seek garbage. Now I can say with certainty that my baking can save lives. Til next time, my fellow eaters!