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Cinnamon's Tasty Treats

by Courtney


1. 1 cup whole wheat flour
2. 1tsp honey
3. 1 cup rolled oats
4. 1 egg
5. 1 cup water
6. food dye if you want

Preheat oven to 350f.
Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
Roll out on a slightly floured surface.
Cut oput shapes with cookie cutters.
Place dog treats on a greased cookie sheet.
Bake for 20 minutes.
Let them cool in the oven overnight or for 8-16 hours.

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by: Tammy

The recipe is called "Cinnamon's Tasty Treats", not "Cimmamon's Tasty Treats", and maybe Cinnamon is her pets name!

by: Anonymous

The recipe is titled "Cimmamon Tasty Treats" but the recipe doesn't call for any cinnamon???

Food dye?
by: Anonymous

Really? I wouldn't give food dye to my pets!

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