After tasting the smaller (23g) balls, I got an idea for chocolate ball bread. Not a sickly sweet bread but a nice flavor. Never made chocolate bread before, so I'm excited because I like writing and testing new bakes.
Not today though. Because today is all about heart shaped dog biscuits, and cat treats. My goal is to have the how-to post published by the end of the week.
But first, I gotta get my tomato sauce on the stove so it can simmer for two billion hours. I need the sauce ready for Friday, which is scheduled for personal pan pizza making. Then stash those babies in the freezer for a quick meal.
That's all from me. Thanks for reading. Boogie boogie.
|Bought these cheapy ones to use for dog biscuits.|
Only a buck fifty.
Those are great! You will be all set for Valentine's Day.ReplyDelete
Fun to bake heart stuff.Delete
Mmmm. Bread. And the pizza on Friday? Sounds perfect.ReplyDelete
Back from your blog. Good luck on your list.Delete
That looks so dang yummy! What a great idea - making your furry pet treats. Enjoy your day!!!ReplyDelete
I always make the pups homemade treats. It's healthier and less expensive. And IT'S SO FUN.Delete
I just found a great, inexpensive treat at a local grocery store. Milo's treats. My dogs LOVE them!!Delete
"tasting smaller balls"... /giggles/ReplyDelete
I wondered if anyone would notice that.Delete
well you can always count on the spy and his naughty eye to notice such things :)Delete
Very true, Dezzy.Delete
Those are adorable!!ReplyDelete
Balls. I should use a better word but they were rolled into balls. :-)Delete
Cool! The only heart-shaped food I make are heart-shaped blueberry pancakes on Valentine's Day. They have become a tradition at our house. I use a large copper heart cookie cutter for the batter.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh, I would love a large copper heart cookie cutter. Love stuff like that. Very cool.Delete
I have a small silver cutter that I like but those plastic cheapy ones I got from Wally World.
LOVE it ;DReplyDelete
Yum! Your long-cooking sauce reminds me of how my mom used to make her sauce. Slow-cooking, practically all day. Happy memories. Cheers!!ReplyDelete
Makes the house smell wonderful.Delete
Do you make sauce as well?
Simmering a sauce for 2 billion hours is just the right amount!ReplyDelete
Perfect, eh? And the house smells yummy.Delete
These are great, Whisk!ReplyDelete
The second one is a little wonky, but thanks.Delete
These are wonderful. You are groovy in the kitchen :)ReplyDelete
I've got no where to be, so I might as well use my time doing what I love, baking!Delete