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Hard Coockies?

post #1 of 7
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I'm trying to make some hard crunchy cookies out of these ingredients (These are some of the ingredients of home made cookies I have seen once, and I'm trying to make my own version)-

Oat Flour, Rolled Oats, Honey, Tapioca Starch, Unsalted Peanut Butter, Natural Pumpkin, Canola Oil,Cream of Tartar & Baking Soda.

I don't care about the taste at the moment, my goal is to get a consistent hard and crunchy long lasting cookies.

Can anyone help out with instructions and quantities?

I am total armature BTW...
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post #2 of 7
You need to contact my MIL who makes the hardest cookies ever and she doesn't worry about the taste either! :lol:
post #3 of 7
Ddg, try checking out a recipe that exists which includes the ingredients you've listed.

Is this a gluten-free recipe? (I'm never sure if oats are off the menu for people who are gluten intolerant.)
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post #4 of 7
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Hi,
I'm trying to make cookies for for some dogs im working with, so it has to be hard and the ingredients selection should be healthy for dogs.

The cookies I have found online were ended up too soft... from the other hand, these ingredients are of a hard home made cookie I have seen around.

If anyone can help out here! :peace:
post #5 of 7
cookies for dogs are a special category. I don;t think they should be sweet, but i'm not sure. I think one recipe i saw called for meat broth in them! Anyway, i think pumpkin and honey are two ingredients that make cookies soft. I'm not sure, but i would guess that.
If anything, cook them at a low heat for a very long time. That way they dry out before they burn and would be dry.
why don;t you look for other recipes specifically for dogs?
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post #6 of 7
Crispy cookies need sugar crystals; these are formed when they melt and recrystallise. Since in your recipe you're using honey; then no sugar crystals will ever form. Change your honey for WHITE sugar (I would recommend castor sugar as to absorb as little water as possible) and you'll have a consistent recipe for success.

Make sure your oats are instant oats- as they will absorb alot of the liquid- its important to pre-soak them- instant oats are no less healthier but are rolled to a point where than can absorb liquid in their center almost immediately.

And pre-cook your pumpkin- i would recommend roasting until soft and slightly carimelised. (Dogs love the scent from the browning reactions- i have two!)

Try this for basic proportions and multiply as needed...:

100g flour and starch (combined at 70/30)/38g water/30g eggs/50g oil/100g sugar/30g oats/30g pumpkin/5g baking powder (or cream of tartar and baking soda- same thing)

...and see how you get on.
post #7 of 7
Dog cookies - ok, here's a recipe I've used:

Mix together:
1 egg
1 T soy sauce
1 T honey
1 T flour
1 T oil

Add:
2 C uncooked oatmeal
1 C (approx) beef broth
Mix together until "soupy". Set aside for 30-45 minutes.

Put spoon-size (like cookies) drops on ungreased cookie sheet. Let set 10 minutes. Bake in preheated 325 degree oven for 30-45 minutes. Cool on rack for a day (or at least over night). NOTE: Do NOT store in an airtight container, a brown paper bag works best.
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