Peanut butter - spelt cookies

2 cups spelt flour

1 cup spelt flakes

1/4 cup milled flax seeds

4 big TBSP melted peanut butter

1 TSP cinnamon

2 eggs

3/4 cup water

Combine all ingredients and make a nice dough out of it. You may need to add water or flour to get the right consistency to roll the dough. Cut the cookies into a form you desire and bake them at 300F for approximately 60 min. ( I filled 3 cookie sheets with this amount of ingredients )


Cheese Cracker

100g grated cheddar cheese

100g cottage cheese

1 egg

50g chopped hazelnuts

200g flour (I use spelt flour)

1 Tablespoon Olive oil

(a little bit of water, if the dough is too firm)

preheat the oven to 350F---combine all ingredients together until it makes nice dough then form small balls---layer a cookie sheet with parchment paper and place the balls on it---bake for 20-25 min---to get the crackers more crispy, keep them in the oven at a very low temperature (about 120F) with a wooden spoon holding the door open so the moisture can evaporate until they reach the desired consistency.




Apple cookies

150 g whole wheat flour

150 g oat flakes

50 g flax seeds (best ground)

1 apple finely chopped or grated (no seeds!)

1 egg

1 TBSP honey

2 TBSP Sunflower oil

50 ml water

Grate or chop the apple---mix allother ingredients together until you have a nice sticky dough---prepare a cookie sheet with parchment paper and preheat the oven to 400 F---spread the dough on the cookie sheet and use a Pizza wheel or a knife to cut little squares (you can just brake them into pieces after they are done)---bake for 30 min and turn oven off---let the cookies cool down in the oven.


Doggie Ice cream

1 ripe Banana

1/2 apple (without seeds!)

1 chopped carrot

1 handful fresh spinach

1 cup plain Yoghurt (I use 2%)

a little bit of water

Put all ingredients into a blender and mix until smooth---then pour into an Ice Cube tray and freeze. I also fill our Kongs with this mix...only thing is, you need to block the small hole on the bottom. For that you can place a Blueberry or a piece of carrot or apple on the hole and then fill the Kong. Keep it upright in a small container and freeze. 

This is a perfectly healthy AND yummy treat for hot days!

Liverwurst Yummies

350g spelt flour

50ml milk

75ml water

125g cottage cheese

1 egg

150g Liverwurst

combine all ingredients into to a smooth dough---cut out Yummies with a cookie cutter (bulk barn sells bone shaped ones!)---place on a cookie sheet with parchment paper---bake at 400F for about 20-25 min (it depends on your oven)---turn oven off---open oven a bit and put a wooden spoon in the door---let them cool in the oven




Yoghurt-Spelt cookies

100g spelt flour (at Bulk barn or health store)

100g Oat flakes

50 g Rice flour

1 Tablespoon honey

1 grated apple

150g plain Yoghurt

1/2 Teaspoon cinnamon

Combine all ingredients until you have a nice dough---spread the dough 1cm (1/2") thick on your counter top and cut your cookies in whatever form you like---bake the cookies at 300 F for about 45 min---if you want them dryer or crispier, keep them in the oven at very low temperature with a wooden spoon in the door, so the moisture can disappear

Summer cookies


2 ripe bananas

1 big corrot

2 Tablespoons unsweetened grated coconut

2 Tablespoons plain Yoghurt

Mash the bananas and grate the carrot---combine with the other ingredients---put parchment paper on a cookie sheet and preheat the oven to 300 F---put little "mountains on the cookie sheet and flatten them with a teaspoon---bake 40 min---flip them over and bake for another 40 min

Let the cookies cool off and keep them in an airtight container!


Oatmeal-Tuna treats

500g rolled oats  (the real ones, not the instant breakfast oat flakes)

500g Tuna (canned)

6 eggs

1 tablespoon dried parsley

preheat the oven to 350F --- Mix all ingredients together until you have a thick paste and spread it on a cookie sheet (maybe 1/2" thick) --- put the cookie sheet in the oven for about 10-15 min and then take it out --- now I use a Pizza wheel and cut the dough into 1" wide stripes (makes it easier to break into pieces, once the cookies are done) --- then back into the oven for about 40 min --- now turn the oven off and leave the door a little open (I put a wooden spoon in the door)--- let the cookies cool down inside the oven for about 2 hours---after that they should be nice and crispy and you can break them into pieces

I keep them in an air tight container.

Instead of tuna, you can also use pureed chicken liver! That might take a little longer in the oven though!