Dogs are often considered as man's best friend - literally. German Shepherds are some of the favorites. It is not questionable nowadays to desire getting our canine friends enjoy the other half of luxury- other than sniffing each other. Dogs now not only dine in style, they dine like us! Here are some dog food recipes for german shepherds that you might want your old canine friend to chow on:
2.5 kgs of ground beef (or if you prefer, lamb)
Half a cup of brown rice
2 Broccoli (pick only the stalks)
3 potatoes of medium size
3 carrots (moderate in size)
4 garlic (into cloves)
Fry the lamb in the pan until brown. Then, place on chopped garlic until it turns golden.
Boil water of about 4 or 5 cups in the pot. While the pot is boiling, dish out chop potatoes (already chopped into cubes of preference) in the fry pan and stir. Chop broccoli according to your preference and place this in the pot. Mix everything in the pot and place adequate hot water.
Add pepper and mix it with the brown rice.
1 and 1/2 cup of hazelnuts
4 ounces of chopped bittersweet chocolate
4 ounces of chopped milk chocolate
1 bar of unsalted butter
1/4 cup of Nutella
1/2 cup of all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon of baking powder
1/2 cup of white sugar
2 pieces of eggs
First, you need to toast and skin hazelnuts. Then place it in the food processor and pulse hazelnuts to coarsely ground.
Have the chocolates mix with butter and Nutella then cool moderately. Then add eggs and whisk it until it is glossy and smooth.
Sift flour and place in hazelnuts and chocolate together. Mix until they are totally combined.
Grease pan and dust cocoa powder and place in butter. Bake for 350 degrees Fahrenheit for a duration of 40 minutes.
To check if the baking is adequate, pick the brownie with a toothpick. It should crumbs stuck to it. Crumbs should be fudgy in texture. It indicates that this adequately baked.
Cool brownies and divide it.
Note: For recipe #2, give it to your dog maybe twice a month only to replenish calories lost especially if your dog is the playful one. Just like humans, chocolate is not bad for your dog if eaten in moderation.
Your dog will surely love these delicious dog food recipes for german shepherds!
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