Whole wheat Peanut Cookies for Dogs!

Baked some treats for the doggie today, and I am really surprised by how much she loves them! She ate 5 already and is still begging me for more!

Recipe:

2.5 cups of whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon of baking powder
1 cup of natural peanut butter
1 cup water
2 tablespoons of honey
1 egg

Mix everything together till you achieve a firm mix that looks a little like puke, lol.

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Bake in pre heated oven for about 15 minutes on high heat. Cookies are brownish in color due to the whole wheat hence you can’t really tell if its ready, burns quite easily too! 

Little girl waiting eagerly for her freshly baked treats…

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The cookies don’t spread, so feel free to be creative and create all the special shapes! I used the hello kitty cutter that I got from McDonald’s happy meal quite some time back…

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I really love this set of measuring spoons that was given as a wedding favor. It truly is very meaningful and very practical.

A spoonful of affection, a heap of love.

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Baking in progress!

Tadah! Not included in the picture is the apple shaped treats.

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Little Mini loves!

P.S: These are also suitable for human consumption though I found the taste to be… A little too healthy for my liking.

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味香园甜品 – Mei Heong Yuen Dessert (Chinatown)

Anthea and me popped by this place, we walked over from China Square, me in my 3 inch heels mind you, after dinner yesterday at Lobster Platypus Shack (read about it here).

It was still too early to go home, and we were craving for something sweet.

Place was pretty quiet for a Tuesday night, and we ordered the Chendol Shaved Ice to share and some water chestnut thing Anthea wanted. I’ve been craving for Chendol for a long time, and finally I got my fix yesterday! Yay!

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Plus: Gula Melaka was “free flow” because they leave the entire bottle at your table.

Negative: Water chestnut was pretty diluted.

Pictures taken with Oppo Mini N1 under bad lighting conditions.

67 Temple Street

Daily: 10:30 – 21:00