Wednesday, 15 February 2012

Sardine Sweet Potato Squares

We have ran out of treats and so we made some today. Since we have some sweet potatoes, we are using them. Three medium size potatoes, about 700 grams, cooked and mashed.
Of course, we have to have quality control of the ingredients that are going into our treats.
Pinky and Jingle Bell had a taste of the cooked sweet potato.
 One small can of sardine, rinse off excess tomato sauce and mash.
 Add the mashed sardine into the mashed sweet potatoes with two eggs, some flaxseed...
and some oats and wholemeal wheat flour.
Mix all the ingredients together.
Turn the mixture into a lined baking sheet and press the mixture into the sides and corners of the baking sheet. Bake in a preheated oven at 170 degrees Celcius for 30 minutes.
Remove from oven and cut into squares with a pizza cutter.
Flip the squares over and arrange them onto the baking sheet. Return to the oven to bake for a further 20 minutes.
Leave it to cool in the oven.
 Do we like it?
 Cut into smaller pieces to be used for training. Unfinished treats to be kept refrigerated.
What's the shelf life of these treats? They won't last long in this house!!


  1. Oh my goodness do those look good!

    I can't believe that you guys have a new baby brother! That's so exciting. He must be so outnumbered with all of you girls.

    Nubbin wiggles,

  2. Goodness, my human *never* puts that much effort into treats for me! That's why I'm forced to steal food. I know, it's shocking, isn't it, but I really have no choice!

    Those treats look very good!

    Puppy kisses

  3. Mum would love to make these for me - but she can't imagine dad dad giving up a can of his selfish!! We are just gonna have to be super sneaky about it!!!

    Tail Wuggles, Rubie xxx

  4. Oh those look so good - they wouldn't last long in our house :-) woofs & licks from Magic xx

  5. wow! those must make great training treats! i know this because you guys are all super geniuses at tricks.

    yuki and rocket


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