Recipes

 

All Life Stages

    Chicken Stew

    Turkey, Egg, & Sweet Potatoes

    Turkey & Sweet Potatoes

Raw Diet

    Beef and Broccoli

Puppies

     Chicken and Sweet Potatoes

Adult Dogs

    Beef & Cheese

    Beef, Bacon, and Potatoes

     Beef & Cheddar

Dogs with special needs

    Chicken and apple for dogs sedentary or overweight

    Beef and squash for dogs sedentary or overweight

     Tuna & Egg for dogs with arthritis or immune system deficiencies

    Beef & Red Kidney Beans for a diabetic dog

    Beef, Chicken, and Goat Cheese for dogs with heart disease

    Turkey, Barley. and Kefir for dogs digestive system

    Chicken, Eggs, and Goat Cheese for heart or kidney disease

    Turkey & Cheese for dogs with liver disease

Special treats

    Beef and black-eyed peas

    Pizza dough and chicken       

Chicken Stew

It supplies a full day's worth of meal for a fifty-pound dog.

    3 cups chicken, raw, diced into small pieces

    1/2 cup potato, diced into small pieces

    1/4 cup celery

    1/4 cup parsley

    1/4 cup carrots, grated

    1/4 cup broccoli florets, diced

    1 tablespoon flaxseeds 

1. Brown the chicken, and when the meat is browned, transfer it to a slow cooker.

2. Add the remaining ingredients and add enough water to just cover them.

3. Put your slow cooker on low and let it cook all day.

4. When serving, include the cooking water, as it is rich in nutrients. Divide into two meals and store in the refrigerator.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. 

Turkey, Egg, & Sweet Potatoes

It supplies a full day's worth of meal about 1,200 calories, for a forty- to fifty-pound house dog.

    2 1/2 cups turkey, ground, or shredded

    1 egg, chicken, hard-boiled, shelled   

    1 cup  sweet potato, finely chopped

    1/4 cup broccoli florets, finely chopped

    1/4 cup spinach, fresh, finely chopped

    2 teaspoon safflower oil

    1/4 cup yogurt, plain, regular

1. Brown the turkey, and when the meat is browned, transfer it to a slow cooker.

2. Put the sweet potatoes, spinach, and broccoli on a microwave-safe plate or a paper plate and cover with wet paper towel. Steam until the potatoes is tender.

3. Combine all the ingredients except the yogurt, making sure all of the ingredients are well mixed.

4. Divide into meals and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container.

5. When serving, add a portion of the yogurt to each meal.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. 

This food will be good in the refrigerator for two to three days. Variations (using the same quantities as for the original ingredients):

Use chicken instead of turkey.

Use cottage cheese instead of yogurt.

Use romaine, bok choy, Swiss chard, collard greens, or other dark green vegetables instead of spinach and broccoli.

Turkey & Sweet Potatoes

It supplies a full day's worth of meal about 1,200 calories, for a forty- to fifty-pound dog of average activity level.

    2 cups turkey, ground, or shredded muscle meat

    2 eggs, chicken, hard-boiled, shelled   

    1 cup  sweet potato, finely chopped

    1/2 cup greens (spinach, broccoli, romaine, Swiss chard, collard greens)

    2 teaspoon safflower oil

    1/4 cup yogurt, plain, regular

1. Brown the turkey, and when the meat is browned, transfer it to a slow cooker.

2. Put the sweet potatoes, on a microwave-safe plate or a paper plate and cover with wet paper towel. Steam until the potato is tender. (Vegetables can be dipped into boiling water for about five seconds instead of microwaving if you prefer.)

3. Put the greens, on a microwave-safe plate or a paper plate and cover with wet paper towel. Steam for ten seconds.

4. Combine all the ingredients except the yogurt, making sure all of the ingredients are well mixed.

    Divide into meals and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container. When serving, add a portion of the yogurt to each meal.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. 

This food will be good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

 Variations:

Use chicken instead of turkey.

Use cottage cheese instead of yogurt.

Beef and Broccoli

Raw-food diet a full day's worth of meal about 1,200 calories, for a forty- to fifty-pound dog.

    2 cups beef, raw, ground, or muscle meat chopped into bite-sized pieces

    1 egg, chicken, large, uncooked   

    1 cup  sweet potato, finely chopped

    1/4 cup carrots, grates finely, lightly steamed

    1/4 cup broccoli florets, finely chopped

    1 tablespoon flaxseeds meal

    1/2 cup yogurt, plain, regular

1. Mix the first five ingredients together in a bowl, mixing thoroughly, like you're making meatloaf.

2. Once mixed, if you're adding any supplements, add them now and mix again.

3.Divide into meals and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container it will be good in the refrigerator for one to two days; freeze excess. When serving, add a portion of the yogurt to each meal.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. 

 Variations (using the same quantities as for the original ingredients):

Use spinach instead of broccoli.

Chicken and Sweet Potatoes

Fast- growing, active puppies need more calories, fat, and protein. It supplies a full day's worth of meal about 1,500 calories.

    2 cups chicken boneless

    4 large eggs, chicken, hard-boiled, shelled   

    1 cup  sweet potato, chopped

    1/2 cup oatmeal, old-fashioned

    1/4 cup blueberries, fresh or frozen

    1 tablespoon sesame oil

     1/2 cup raw dark greens, finely chopped (spinach, broccoli, romaine, Swiss chard, collard greens, or a mixture of several)

1. Cut the chicken into strips for easier cooking, and cook until done and tender. Chop into puppy-sized bites.

2. Put the sweet potatoes to microwave (or boil or bake) until soft and put the oatmeal to cook. 

3. Put the greens, on a microwave-safe plate or a paper plate and cover with wet paper towel. Steam for fifteen seconds. 

4. Crumble the hard-boiled, shelled eggs in to a bowl. Add the blueberries, oil, and cooked greens. When meat is done and cut up, add it to the bowl. Add the sweet potato and the oatmeal when cooked.

5. Mix all the ingredients gently, making sure all is well mixed but not turned into mush.

Divide into two, three, or four servings, depending upon how often your puppy eats and how big (or small) he or she is. Refrigerate the remaining meals.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

natural yeast supplement

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. 

Variations (using the same quantities as for the original ingredients):

Use safflower oil instead of sesame.

Use Frozen dark greens can be used instead of fresh, just make sure that they are thawed and cooked slightly.

Use turkey instead of chicken.

Use wild rice instead of oatmeal.

Beef & Cheese

For active adult house dog with a full day's worth of meal about 1,200 calories, for a forty- to fifty-pound dog.

    2 cups beef, ground, cooked

    2 eggs, chicken

    1/2 cup squash, butternut, precooked

    1/2 cup potato, russet, or red, precooked, with skin

    1/4 cup cheese, cheddar, grated

    1 tablespoon sesame oil

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Place the cooked ground beef in a bowl and break up any chunks.

3. Cut the precooked squash and potato into small pieces (smaller than a bite-sized for your dog is best). Add to the ground beef.

4. Add the eggs, cheese, and oil, and then mix well.

5. Divide the mixture in half and shape each half into a small meatloaf. Put into a mini meatloaf pan (5 1/2 inches by 3 1/4 by 1 7/8 is a common size).

6. Bake for about thirty minutes or until a meat thermometer shows the meat is done inside (at least 160degrees).

7. Remove pans from oven, let cool, and store in the refrigerator. Each pan is one meal for a dog who is fed twice a day. 

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. 

Beef, Bacon, and Potato

For active adult dog with a full day's worth of meal about 1,700 calories, for a fifty-pound dog.

    2 cups beef, muscle meat, not grounded

    1 1/2 cups sweet potato, raw

    1/4 cup bacon, cooked, crumbled

    1/2 cup carrots, raw, grated

    1 three-ounce can of salmon in oil

    1 cup of yogurt

1. Cut the beef into small bite-sized pieces, and put in a large saucepan.

2. Chop the sweet potato into small bite-sized pieces, and add to the pan. 

3. Add the carrots and then enough water to just cover the ingredients. Turn the heat on high until the water begins to bubble. turn the heat down to medium-low, and let cook until the meat is done and the sweet potatoes are soft. 

4. Remove from heat. Add the salmon and bacon, and mix well.

Dive into two or three meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate. When serving, add a portion of the yogurt.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a nutritional yeast supplement

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days. 

Beef & Cheddar

For adult house dogs with a full day's worth of meal about 1,200 calories, for a fifty-pound dog.

    2 cups beef, ground cooked

    2 eggs, chicken

    1/2 cup zucchini, grated

    1/2 cup potato

    1/2 cup cheese, cheddar, grated

    1 tablespoon safflower oil

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Place the cooked ground beef in a bowl.

3. Cut the potato into small pieces. Add the potato and the grated zucchini to the ground beef. 

4. Add the eggs, cheese, and oil, and then mix well.

5. Divide the mixture in half and shape each half into small meatloaf. Put into pan.

6. Bake for about 30 minutes.

Dive into two meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days. 

Chicken and apple for dogs sedentary or overweight

For adult dogs with a full day's worth of meal about 900 calories, for a fifty-pound dog.

    2 cups chicken, deboned

    1 cup chicken broth low sodium

    1 apple, medium-sized, diced finely

    1/2 cup rice, wild

    1/2 cup green beans, fresh, chopped

    1/2 cup carrots, raw, grated

    1/2 cup cheese, mozzarella, grated

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Place the diced apple in a layer on the bottom of casserole pan.

3. Layer the wild rice, then the green beans, and carrots.

4. Cut the chicken, and place it in over the previous ingredients. Add the chicken broth.

5. Cover with grated cheese.

6. Bake for about one hour or until chicken is thoroughly cooked.

Dive into two meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Variations :

Use sweet potato instead of rice.

Use spinach instead of green beans.

Use turkey instead of chicken.

Use oatmeal  instead of rice.

Use a pear  instead of an apple.

Beef and squash for dogs sedentary or overweight

For adult dogs with a full day's worth of meal about 900 calories, for a fifty-pound dog.

    2 cups beef, muscle meat, cut into small pieces

    1 cup squash, finely chopped

    1 cup potato, finely chopped

    1/4 cup oat-bran flour

    1/2 cup green beans, fresh, chopped

    2 tablespoons tomato paste

    Dash paprika

1. Put the potato, on a microwave-safe plate or a paper plate and cover with wet paper towel. Steam for fifteen seconds. 

2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

3. Place the cooked potato, tomato paste, and oat flour in a bowl and mash together until well mixed.

4. Add the meat and squash and mix well.

5. Put into pan. Sprinkle a dash of paprika.

6. Bake for about 30 minutes or until the meat is thoroughly cooked.

Dive into two meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Tuna & Eggs for dogs with arthritis or immune system deficiencies

A full day's worth of meal, high in antioxidants.

    2 cups tuna, raw, deboned

    2 eggs, chicken

    1/2 cup carrots, raw, grated

    1/4 cup spinach, fresh, chopped

    1/2 cup orange slices, fresh

    1/4 cup orange juice

    1/2 cup cheese, cheddar, grated

1. Preheat oven to 450 degrees.

2. Wrap the tuna in foil, place in baking pan, and bake until done, about 10 minutes per inch of thickness of fish. 

3. Pull fish apart. Add the meat and squash and mix well.

4. Crack the 2 eggs over fish, add carrots and spinach, and stir. 

5. Sprinkle the cheddar cheese over the mixture.

6. Put back in the oven and bake for about ten minutes or until the eggs are thoroughly cooked and the cheese is melted.

Dive into two meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate.

When serving, add a portion of the orange slices and pour a portion of the juice over meat. Stir well.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Beef & Red Kidney Beans for a diabetic dog

A full day's worth of meal, high in fiber and complex carbohydrates.

    2 cups beef, grounded crumbled

    1/2 cup red kidney beans, canned, low sodium

    1/2 cup green beans, fresh or canned

    1/2 cup greens (spinach, broccoli, romaine, Swiss chard, collard greens)

    1 cup oatmeal (not instant)

    1/2 cup tomatoes, diced finely

    1/2 cup goat cheese, crumbled

1. Brown the beef, and when the meat is browned, transfer it to a slow cooker.

2. Add the remaining ingredients (except for the cheese) and add enough water to just cover them.

3. Put your slow cooker on low and let it cook all day.

4. When serving, include the cooking water, as it is rich in nutrients. Divide into two meals and store in the refrigerator.

Dive into two meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate.

When serving, add a portion of goat cheese.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a nutritional yeast supplement

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

The herbal foods dandelion, parsley, and garlic are said to be good source of nutrients for the diabetic pet.

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Variations :

Use grated squash instead of the kidney beans.

Use grated zucchini, instead of greens.

Beef, Chicken, and Goat Cheese

For adult dogs with heart disease its full day's worth of meal about 1,200 calories, is low in sodium and for a fifty-pound dog.

    1 1/2 cups beef, grounded, cooked

    1/2 cup chicken, cooked, shredded

    1/2 cup squash, precooked

    1/2 cup potato,  precooked

    1/2 cup goat cheese

    1 tablespoon sesame oil

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Place the cooked ground beef in a bowl. Add the shredded chicken, mix. 

3. Cut the precooked squash and potato into small pieces. Add to the ground beef.

4. Add the cheese and oil, and then mix well.  

5. Bake for about 30 minutes or until the meat is thoroughly cooked.

Dive into two meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a nutritional yeast supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Variations :

Use mozzarella cheese instead of goat cheese.

Use turkey instead of chicken.

Use sweet potatoes instead of potatoes.

Turkey, Barley. and Kefir

For dogs its full day's worth of meal, is low in sodium.

    3 cups turkey, grounded or shredded

    1/2 cup barley, pearled

    1/2 cup kefir

1. Put the turkey and barley in a saucepan and cover with water. Cook on high until the water is bubbling, then turn to low-medium and cook until the barley is soft. 

Add the Kefir to each serving.  

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a nutritional yeast supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Chicken, Eggs, and Goat Cheese

For dogs its full day's worth of meal, for a dog with heart or kidney disease.

    1 cup chicken, cooked, shredded

    4 eggs, chicken

     1/2 cup zucchini,grated, steamed

    1/2 cup potato,  precooked

    1/4 cup goat cheese

    1 tablespoon safflower oil

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Place cooked shredded chicken in bowl. 

3. Add the scrambled eggs to the chicken and mix. 

4. Add the grated zucchini and cooked potato to the mixture.  

5. Add the cheese and oil, and then mix well. 

Dive into two meals (as many as your dog is used to eating each day) and refrigerate.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a nutritional yeast supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

Supplements should be added as the food is served. Food will stay good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Turkey and Cheese

It supplies a full day's worth of meal for a dog with liver disease. For a forty- to fifty-pound dog.

    2 cups turkey, ground, crumbled

    1 cup greens (spinach, broccoli, romaine, Swiss chard, collard greens)

    1 cup oatmeal (not instant)

    1/4 cup tomatoes, diced finely

     1/4 cup goat cheese, crumbled 

1. Brown the turkey, and when the meat is thoroughly cooked.

2. Put the turkey in the slow cooker, add the other ingredients (except the cheese), and cover with enough water to just cover them.

    Divide into meals and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container. When serving, add a portion of the goat cheese to each meal.

Suggested supplements include the following:

1/2 cup of The Honest Kitchen dehydrated food.

a fatty acid supplement, such as chicken fat, cod liver oil, salmon oil, fish oil, or safflower oil

a good-quality natural vitamin and mineral supplement

a nutritional yeast supplement

a bonemeal supplement; either natural bonemeal, finely ground eggshells, or a calcium lactate supplement

a green-food supplement, such as blue-green algae, spirulina, or barley grass

a health food blend, such as Springtime, Inc.'s Longevity or Tri-Natural Product's Missing Link

The herbal foods milk thistle, licorice root, and red clover are excellent supplements for dogs with liver disease. Supplements should be added as the food is served.

This food will be good in the refrigerator for two to three days.

Beef and black-eyed peas

This is a special treat, and although it is very nutritious, it is not a balanced diet.

    2 cups beef, ground, crumbled

    1 cup black-eyed peas

    1/2 cup wild or brown rice

    1/4 cup tomatoes, diced finely

     1/4 cup goat cheese, crumbled 

1. Soak the peas in water overnight. Drain off the water, and put in the slow cooker with the heat off.

2. Brown the ground beef. When the meat is done, transfer to the slow cooker, adding the meat juices, too.

3. Place the other ingredients in the slow cooker, and add just enough water to cover the ingredients.

4. Turn the heat to high until the ingredients are bubbling, then turn to low. Let it cook for five to six hours.

    When done, let the foods cool before serving. Serve a spoonful as a special treat. Divide into meals and store in the refrigerator in an airtight container.

Pizza dough and chicken 

This is a special treat, and although it is very nutritious, it is not a balanced diet.

    2 cans of refrigerated pizza dough

    1 cup chicken, cooked, chopped in smal pieces

    1/2 cup chicken broth

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrrees. 

2. Take one can of the pizza dough and remove from the can. Place it on a lightly floured bread board, and carefully stretch it flat and thin.

3. Use a heart-shaped cookie cutter to cut out as many heart spes as you can from the dough. Place the cookies on a greased cookie sheet.

4. Place a bit of chicken on each cookie.

5. Using the second can of dough, reprat the first and second steps, except place the heart shapes on top of the piece of chicken, so you are creating a cookie-dough sandwich.

6. Seal the edges of each cookie by pressing the edges together with the tines of a fork.

7. Using gently brush each cookie top with chicken broth.

8. Bake the cookies for fifteen minutes or until golden brown. 

 Remove from oven and let cool. Store in the refrigerator in an airtight container.