Ingredients: 1/4 Cup of Tuna Juice (drained from can)
6 or 8 Ounce Can of Tuna
1/2 Cup of Whole Wheat Flour
1/4 Cup of Cornmeal
1 Tbsp of Parmesan Cheese
Directions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
Open the can of tuna fish and drain the water (1/4
cup). If you are a little short, simply add regular water.
Next, in a medium bowl, combine the tuna water, flour,
cornmeal and cheese. Mix well. Finally, add the tuna.
A nice dough should form. If you don't mind the smell
of tuna on your hands, feel free to knead the dough!
Next, grab your rolling pin and roll dough to desired
thickness. You may need to rub down the rolling pin
with some extra flour so the dough does not stick! Cut
out cookies using easter shapes. As you can see, I
chose a rabbit and flower. Finally bake the cookies on
an ungreased cookie sheet for approximately twenty
minutes (or until golden). Once cookies are cool,
decorate! I used dog friendly sprinkles that I
purchased from Puppy Cake (or click on the link
below and buy them through Amazon.Com). I also
decorated some of the cookies with bits of shredded
carrot! Yummy! Be sure to store these cookies in an
air-tight container for up to three days, then freeze.
Note: Cats also like these cookies! Simply cut them
up in small, manageable pieces and serve! Meow!