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Raw Cookies for you and your Pet 

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Raw Cookies for you and your Pet
Here is an easy recipe for bars that you can also give to your animals.
Choose dried fruits that are unsulphured as many people and pets are sensitive to these additives which have been linked to allergic reactions, asthma, and bowel disorders. They may be slightly less appealing to the eye (colour may be darker), but the flavour will still be good. Store dried fruit in an airtight container in the refrigerator.


Ingredients:
2 cups dried fruit, unsulphured
1 cup raw, shelled pecans
1 cup shredded coconut
4 tbsp fruit juice


Directions:
Put ingredients in a food processor (be sure you don't use raisins if your cats or dogs will be eating this too). Blend well and push into an 8" square glass pan. Refrigerate to firm, and then cut into square or other shapes. Keep refrigerated. Makes about 9 - 2-1/2" bars.


Servings: 9


Special Diet: Vegetarian, High Protein, High Fibre


Category: Homemade Pet Food

Submitted By: From Maureen Terrey from Vernon



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