Every year on this day, June 21st, we do something special for our puppy dog. I mean, she is a spoiled dog, we do special things for her every day BUT today was her birthday!
She turned 6! A big girl already. I remember when we got her, she threw up in the car on our way home and I asked what did I got myself into lol
She is a handful and needs a lot of love and takes almost all our energy because she is also very needy 🙂 As needy as dog can be!
She also takes all our money because she attends day-care where she has fun all day long while we are at work earning money lol But we love her so much! I am a proud dog mom 🙂
Anyways, I have made a cake or a muffin the previous years. This year I decided to bake cookies instead.
Missy´s birthday cookies:
½ cup Peanut Butter
2 cups Flour
1 cup powdered Oats
1 cup Hot Chicken Broth
2 Tbsp Olive Oil
Preheat oven to 350 F.
Place oats in food processor and grind until they are almost at a powder/flour consistency.
Combine peanut butter, hot chicken broth and olive oil in a sauce pan. Stir until dissolved in medium heat.
Pour liquid into a stand mixer and stir in ground oatmeal and flour until well combined.
Place dough on a powdered surface and roll out to a 1/4” thickness.
Cut out shapes with cookie cutters. Bake 10 minutes in 350 F.
For the icing:
4 Tbsp flour
4-5 tbsp water
4 small strawberries
You will see if you need to add more water. The consistency should be runny but not too runny! I added strawberries because I wanted pink icing but didn´t want to use the food colouring. It turned out ok and it dried within an hour.
Missy was very happy with the cookies.
I got 30 cookies out of this recipe and it was easy to make them. It was hard to put the icing on these little bones but I haven´t had the practice lately!
You can save them in your fridge for 2 weeks in an air-tight container!