Doggie Hamburger Helper

  
Kobe

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Purred: Tue Feb 12, '08 7:12pm PST 
1 c. Hamburger meat saute
2 boiled eggs
1/2 c. cooked plain oatmeal
1 jar baby food green beans*
1 jar baby food carrots*
2 Tbsp. cottage cheese

Mix all ingredients and serve at room temperature. Store unused portion in closed container in refrigerator and discard after 3 days.

*Read you baby food label to make sure they do not contain onion powder which can be toxic for dogs. Gerber recently added onion powder to their baby food.

way to go

Edited by author Thu May 15, '08 7:27pm PST


Lizzie

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Purred: Sat Apr 26, '08 8:26am PST 
You fry your ground beef for your pups and it doesn't cause problems? My vet has always told us to boil the ground beef to remove as much fat as possible thinking

Kobe

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Purred: Thu May 15, '08 7:26pm PST 
I drain the fat and discard it but boiling sounds good. Next time I will try it.

Thankie


Daisy

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Purred: Fri Jun 20, '08 10:57am PST 
Our mom steams our meat - that's a good way to do it, too!

way to go

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Purred: Mon Jun 30, '08 1:44pm PST 
Daisy how do you steam meat? Mom is clueless! shrug

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Purred: Sun Aug 3, '08 5:41pm PST 
We're guessing that you'd put the hamburger in the veggie steamer so the grease drips down into the water and away from the meat - but the meat retains it's moisture. Sounds like a good idea.

Gidget

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Purred: Mon Feb 16, '09 3:21pm PST 
Instead of baby food youse can just run the veggies thru the blenderway to go



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Purred: Wed Feb 18, '09 9:18am PST 
Are canned veggies ok to use? or should you buy fresh?

Kobe

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Purred: Fri Feb 20, '09 10:46pm PST 
I use frozen veggie now and puree it in a blender after cooking it. Canned veggie may have too much salt. If you use canned, rinse it in water first.

Edited by author Fri Feb 20, '09 10:47pm PST