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  • Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
  • Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
  • Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
  • Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
  • Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
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DIY Chicken Strip Dog Treats

Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

Photography: Libelle Photography

Did you fall in love the Baloo the Newfypoo featured in our Pet Friendly Home Tour last week?

Well get ready to fall head over heels, because Baloo’s owner, Annika Mieling, is back to share Baloo’s all time favourite homemade dog treat recipe: DIY Chicken Strip Dog Treats.

Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy

INGREDIENTS

Free Range Chicken Breast (One is more than enough)

CHICKEN STRIP DOG TREATS – DIRECTIONS

1. Slice the fresh chicken breast in very thin strips (the thinner the better).

2. Cover a baking sheet with baking parchment and place the chicken strips on it. Put them into a cold oven and heat to 300 Grad F (150 C). Cook for 1 hour.

3. Reduce the temperature to 210F (100C) and crack the oven door open to allow the moisture to escape. Leave the chicken strips in the oven for another 1.5 – 2 hours then remove.

4. Allow the chicken strips to dry over night at room temperature. Store the chicken strips in a zip lock bag or similar and serve as required!

Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy

Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy

Make your own Chicken Strip Dog Treats at home with our easy and healthy recipe - includes full tutorial and photography | DIY Healthy Homemade Chicken Strip Dog Treats | Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy

RECIPE & PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT: Annika Mieling, Libelle Photography

** The above recipe is for treats only and should not replace your dog’s regular meal plans. Always check with your vet about any major changes to your dog’s diet.

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Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

Photography: Libelle Photography

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9 responses to “DIY Chicken Strip Dog Treats”

  1. Andrea says:

    Yumm!! Can’t wait to try these – they look good enough to eat 🙂

  2. Sarah says:

    Do you leave the oven on with the door cracked at 210F ?

    • Serena Faber Nelson says:

      Hi Sarah, Yep, that’s right. I’m checking with Annika (who is the author of the recipe) to see if she has any tips/hints as well 🙂

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  6. Oh my goodness, Baloo is so adorable!! I just want to give him a big cuddle and take him for a run on the beach! Although I think my Max might be a little put out!!!

    These chicken strips are such a cool idea, a bit different from biscuit treats. I can’t wait to try them! Well try cooking them….I’ll leave the testing to Max!

    I have started a food sharing site (photo sharing site) specifically for pet treats, as I have found that some of the larger sharing sites don’t always accept recipes for our fur babies.

    I hope you will pop over and have look, I would love to have you submit your recipes.

  7. Zach Campbell says:

    I make these in a food dehydrator. They’re cut so thin that they get completely cooked/dried just fine. Most have a setting of 350. I put them in for an hour at 300 then turn it down to 200 for another hour. The air movement really helps dry them out and it used a lot less energy than running the whole oven. If you want to make a big batch, they’ll last about 4 months in the freezer.

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