SUNSHINE LIVER BROWNIES; A great liver treat for training!


450gm liver

1 cup flour

½ cup cornmeal (also called polenta)

2 eggs     garlic (parsley optional)


Puree all of the above in food processor.  Pour onto an oven sheet /tray lined with foil which has been oiled.  Mixture will be thick.  Press flat and as even as possible.  Bake at 200 degrees Celsius for 20 mins.  Brownies are done when pink has gone.  Do not overbake or they will crumble.  You can also add parsley flakes or fresh parsley (I always add parsley). Once cool slice into pieces small enough to use as training treats.

With a big thank you to Honey from the German Shepherd Club of WA (Southern River) for allowing me to distribute this recipe. Cayos my pup loves these treats; I cut them into very small pieces to use for training and store any leftovers in the freezer.


2 responses to “SUNSHINE LIVER BROWNIES; A great liver treat for training!

  1. I noticed garlic as a flavor enhancer to this recipe. Onions & garlic can be toxic to dog and cats. So I would be careful when adding that to the recipe, make sure you only use a very small amount. It can cause Heinz Bodies and anemia in your pet. The bulbs, bulbets, flowers, and stems of the garlic and onion are all poisonous. Just something to be aware of.

  2. Hi Carey,
    Thanks for your comment & feedback. The amount of Garlic in this recipe is safe. Garlic is quite safe to give dogs in small amounts & if in doubt about the ‘safe level’ for your dog then check with your vet. However you are correct that Onion (particularly raw onion) is toxic to dogs & cats and must be avoided.
    2 books of interest to read (mainly on natural diets for dogs and natural alternatives) include ‘Real food for dogs & cats’ by Dr Clare Middle & ‘Healthy pets naturally’ by Julie Massoni.
    Happy cooking!

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