Gluten-Free Cooking For One

Celiac And The Single Girl, Or: How To Make Food That Does Not Suck For One Person {Although I Suppose You Could Feed Other People, Too}

More Dog Cookies :D

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So I remade the dog cookies again (original recipe is here), this time with cheddar cheese as well as parmesan. 1.5 c oat flour (I grind my own, because then I know it’s less gluteny), 1.5 c rice flour, 1.5 c cheddar, .5 c parmesan, 1 egg, 1 cup of water (plus some more because the dough was SO dry. Then I added too much, so it was gooey. Oh well!!). Mix, bake at 350F for 20 – 25 minutes, done!

No photos this time, as they looked quite similar to last time. So far, I’ve got 58 cookies, and one last sheet just went into the oven. They’ve been tested by Snaps, and he approves. 😀

Hooray!!

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Author: Christine Na'imah

I am a pretty bubbly person. A dancer, a prancer, and sometimes a vixen. Romantic and striving for grace, but unfortunately the emphasis is on "antic"; occasionally lunatic, trying to be demure. Probably failing.

6 thoughts on “More Dog Cookies :D

  1. Is he gluten sensitive, too?

    • No, but if it’s going to be in my kitchen and mixed/cooked etc on my implements, it had better be gluten free. :} I am that sensitive, it’s depressing.

      • aha, gotcha. I was thinking they sounded pretty good but I suppose they have the consistency of hardtack?

      • No, actually! I just crumbled one up in Snaps’ bowl with his food. I don’t overcook them, so they’re actually crispy on the bottom and the top half is sort of soft and flaky. They turned out really well! (Especially as I just realized I only used .5 cup of rice flour, instead of 1.5; usually the rice flour keeps GF dishes from getting too heavy and bricklike. Oops.)

      • LOL. Nothing more lovely than a cheezy biscuit!

      • I agree. I keep wanting to eat them!! lol Time for me to make something cheezy for myself.

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