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Homemade dog food recipe with beef

Doggiecook meatloaf

Homemade dog food beef

Homemade beef dog food is a popular choice for many pet owners. Dogs absolutely love the flavor, and owners can appreciate the flexibility of beef. Did you know that a potato dog food may also help your pet obtain all the important ingredients he or she needs to stay healthy? When we came up with this enticing meatloaf creation, we decided to combine both popular ingredients into a dish that your pet will love to eat and you won’t mind making!

Ingredients

Nutrition

1 cup - Apples sliced
300g - Ground beef 85/15%
30g - Bread crumbs grated
50g - Carrots
50g - Celery
1/3 cup - Cereals oats
2 large - Eggs
1 tsp - Corn oil
1 tbsp - Fresh parsley, chopped
1 pinch - Salt
1 pinch - Salt substitute
3 Potatoes (medium)

 

Homemade dog food meatloaf

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Directions

Before you begin, preheat the oven to 350 Fahrenheit. Coat a large roasting pan with oil and set aside. In a large mixing bowl, combine ground beef, grated celery and carrots, sliced apple, eggs, bread crumbs, oats, chopped parsley and tomato paste. Using your hands, knead the mixture until all ingredients are spread evenly throughout.  Make loaf shapes and place in the roasting pan. Cover and bake for about 80 minutes or until meat is cooked through. A meat thermometer should read 160 degrees Fahrenheit (80 degrees Celsius) when inserted into the center. Allow to cool before cutting into small pieces. Mix the pieces in to boiled or baked potatoes prior to serving. Three medium size potatoes will provide the necessary carbohydrates and will create an ideal protein to carbohydrate ratio of 1:2.  This dish is also a good source of protein, Selenium, vitamin A and vitamin B12. Calcium carbonate, fish oil, and multivitamin supplements should be added for a balanced meal.

 

 

 

 

 

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