Tom's home baked *posh* cookies

Tom’s *posh* cookies

Well my friends, I bet you are wondering what’s *posh* about Tom’s home baked *posh* cookies? They’re really posh. Made with salmon and cream cheese. Now that’s posh isn’t it? And very yummy.

Tom’s home baked *posh* cookies would be a good choice of cookie to take on Tillie’s St Cyrus Nature Reserve and Beach Adventure. But make sure you get a fish supper too.

Here’s the recipe for Tom’s home baked *posh* cookies for you to enjoy …

What you need to make Tom’s home baked *posh* cookies …

Tom's home baked *posh* cookies


How to make Tom’s home baked *posh* cookies …

This recipe will make approx 150 small cookies.

  1. Mix the flours / porridge oats in a large bowl.
  2. Add the rapeseed oil.
  3. Stir in the salmon and cream cheese
  4. Add just enough water to make a stiff but pliable cookie dough.
  5. Knead the cookie dough lightly to make sure all the yummy ingredients are combined and make a cookie dough ball.
  6. Turn the cookie dough ball out onto a lightly floured surface.
  7. Roll out to approx 0.5cm thickness.
  8. Cut into cookie shapes with a cookie cutter.
  9. Place cookies on trays lined with baking paper.
  10. Bake cookies in a preheated oven 180C until firm to the touch – baking time can vary depending on size of the cookies so we bake for 15 minutes and then check the cookies every 5 minutes until firm.
  11. When the cookies are firm, switch off the oven and leave the cookies in the oven while it cools. This gives a lovely crunchy cookie.
  12. Fill up the cookie jar.
  13. Eat cookies!
  14. Eat more cookies!



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A little note …

We love our homemade treats and food because we know exactly what we are eating. Tillie and Tom have no sensitivities to the ingredients used in this recipe and we only use ingredients that our humans eat too. Some dogs have sensitivities to dairy – Tillie and Tom don’t. They love cheese. The flours and oats we use are organic, rice flour is gluten free and the organic plain wholemeal flour that we use has no added refined gluten or enzymes.

We recommend that you make sure your doggy friends don’t have sensitivities to the ingredients used when making doggy treats at home. We also recommend that cookies and other treats are eaten in moderation.


Dreaming of owning a bakery shop where everybody buys cookies. For me.

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