3 cups of all purpose flour
1 and ½ cups of whole wheat flour
1 and ½ teaspoons of molasses
3 tablespoons of peanut butter, unsalted
3 tablespoons of canola oil
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.
- In a bowl mix the all purpose flour and the whole wheat flour together and set it on the side. In a separate large bowl stir the molasses, peanut butter and oil together. Then add the flours mixture into the molasses mixture and whisk it until it is smooth.
- Use your hand to break the dough into small ball size pieces and roll each one into log shapes around ½ inch in diameter. Then cut the longs into 1/8 of inch thick discs. Place the discs over two ungreased baking sheets and put them in the oven. Bake them for approximately 30 minutes or until they become golden brown.
- Once done allow them to cool completely before serving out.
Store them in airtight containers for up to 14 days, or wrap them in freezer wrap and keep them in the freezer for up to 60 days.
Dogs and Accidents
Having a dog requires a lot of hard work. A person cannot expect to have a dog just sitting in the house as an ornament; dogs need special attention and care, which goes beyond feeding them and taking them out on daily walks. If you have a dog that misbehaves or breaks things in the house, does its needs on your carpet, chews on your socks and shoes etc, etc, etc, it’s not the dog’s fault. It’s yours.
Never hit a dog or yell angrily at it when it has an accident inside the house, as it will only cause the dog to become fearful of you. Dogs learn by association and will not know what it is you are yelling for if the problem already took place. If you want to teach your dog, study up on the subject before jumping into correcting him for having an accident or being destructive. There are many reasons dogs do these kinds of things; obviously getting the dog trained at a young age is the best method as it will avoid a lot of problems, however it is also the owner’s responsibility to learn about the dog’s body language, problems that could arise etc, and how to deal with them. Remember that your dog wants nothing else but to please you and positive reinforcement works really well when trying to train him to do something.