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Cricket Cookies Recipe

Crickets are a sustainable source of healthy protein! This is because they use less land and water, and emit hardly any greenhouse gases compared
to raising animals. Cricket protein is considered a complete protein which means it has all the nine essential amino acids that dogs require. Plus crickets contain more iron, B12 and magnesium than beef!

I’m using oat flour as a lot of dogs are allergic to wheat products and oats are a good alternative source of carbohydrates, plus they are also a good source of linoleic acid which is a type of Omega-6 fatty acid that helps keep skin and fur healthy.

NOTE: Always feed your dog treats in moderation and remember to introduce a new food slowly into your dogs diet.


○ SERVING: ~16 Cookies


[1¼ cup] Oat Flour
[2] Large Eggs
[¼ cup] Coconut Oil
[1 cup] Ground Crickets
[1 tsp] MIGOS Vit + Min Powder


Step 1.
Preheat oven to 325f 

Step 2.
Add the oat flour, ground crickets and Migos Dog supplement powder into a large mixing bowl. Next add in the coconut oil, using your fingers rub together until you get fine breadcrumbs consistency.

Step 3.
Whisk the eggs, pour onto the center of the flour and stir together until it forms a ball of dough. Place in the fridge for 15 -20 minutes to chill

Step 4.
Dust a bit of the oat flour onto the rolling pin and a clean work surface and gently roll out the dough until it’s 1/2 cm thick.

Step 5.
Using a cookie cutter, cut out the shapes and keep going until you've used up the dough. Lay cookies onto a lined baking tray and place into preheated over for 40 minutes - until golden brown.

Step 6.
Leave to cool on a wire rack. 

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