“too much” meat biscotti

multi-meat biscotti dog treat recipe

multi-meat biscotti dog treat recipe

Is there really such a thing as too much meat??

multi-meat biscotti dog treat recipe
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“Too Much” Meat Biscotti Dog Treat Recipe


  • 1 1/2 cup cooked and chopped Meat
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 teaspoon dried parsley
  • 1 1/2 cup whole wheat flour


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or use a silicone baking mat.
  • Combine all ingredients and mix, by hand, until well combined.
  • Form dough into two flat logs about 2 inches wide and 1 inch high on prepared baking sheet. Bake for 10 to 15 minutes, until browned at the edges.
  • Remove from oven and allow to cool for 20 minutes, cut logs into 1/2 inch slices
  • Place slices back on baking sheet and bake for 10 to 15 minutes until they are dry and crunchy. Cool and refrigerate.


I used bacon, ground beef, ground turkey, chicken breast and ham, but any dog safe meat will work.
multi-meat biscotti dog treat recipe

1 Comment

  1. Carrie Haddon
    January 29, 2023 / 8:23 pm

    4 stars
    So my 10 year old frenchie has IBD and cancer and had been on a very limited diet along with medication for the last couple of years. Her prescription treats have stopped being manufactured by some of the big names in veterinary diets. My vet and I came up with a very limited ingredient homemade diet that may not be the most nutritionally valid, but she finally stopped losing weight and has solid stools. I started with a food made from duck breast, but honestly it got too expensive to buy the duck and I switched to a boneless leg of lamb which I was able to find for a reasonable price at both Sam’s Club and Costco, but my girl loved and missed her duck food and I found this recipe. I just started her on this as a treat so the jury is still out on how she’ll react to it, but she absolutely loves this treat when I made it with duck breast. I used oat flour and oat milk since I knew they hadn’t upset her stomach and after having her lose so much weight before her diagnosis and our finally successful management of her diet I didn’t want to take any chances with new ingredients. As I said so far so good, but I feel like the recipe could have included some more help, such as what consistency of dough we should look for before baking. I checked out your YouTube and while I appreciate what you’re trying to do, I think showing the recipe being made vs just a Voiceover would be so helpful. I did some research and saw that I could replace the whole wheat flour with oat flour at a 1:1 ratio, but that the oat flour would produce a less crunchy texture for the end product due to the difference in gluten, which was fine for my senior French bulldog as the crunchy outside and slightly softer inside was perfect for her. I’ve tried a couple other of your recipes and I truly feel like you’re on to something, and are doing a great service to those of us that want the best for our furry friends, but I wish you have a little more detail about things like texture and
    /or possible substitutions for some ingredients for dogs with issues. I grant you that addressing every possible canine issue would be impossible, and it took me some trial and error to be able to amend your recipes to fit my girl’s needs, your recipes gave me a starting point, but I would have loved just a bit more help. Just to reiterate one more time, my dog loved this and the peanut butter and banana recipe you have posted, but please give a little more advice as to what a potential novice home cook should look for as they make the recipes, such as the consistency of the dough and maybe a couple of tips to adjust the recipe if it isn’t quite right. I have a bit of knowledge and the time and willingness to look for help to adjust your recipes, but you could do so much more with just a bit more guidance for your readers. Please don’t stop posting your recipes, but even as a pretty good home cook I’d love a little more help making your treats, I can cook and bake without much difficulty for my 2 legged family members, but I’d love a little more help cooking/baking for my four legged family.