Puppy Hamburger Medallions

Sep 3, 2020 | Pets, Treat Recipes

Happy “Friday Treats Friday” everyone!  I’m so excited because fall is here.  Well, actually, it’s not officially fall until the 22nd but as soon as September 1st hits, it is fall for me!  I start thinking fall everything…candles, recipes, tablescapes, dishes, home decor, etc, etc.!!  I went to Hobby Lobby this week and got all of my materials to make my fall wreath this weekend.  I’ll be sure to share the photos when it’s done!  I was going to make it today but decided this Hamburger Medallion recipe needed to take a higher priority.  I got some cute photos of the pups and made a delicious healthy burger for the pups!  They absolutely loved this recipe full of egg, carrots, oat flour, and broccoli…yes, broccoli and they couldn’t even tell because I hid this healthy ingredient.  If you have been reading any of my recent treat recipes, you will know Jake and Maggie are not crazy in love with broccoli.
 

Maggie still waiting patiently for her treat, Jake not so much!

I chose to use Oat Flour because Oat flour is simply finely ground oats and is a nutritious, gluten-free, high carbohydrate, low sugar flour that is easy on most dog’s digestive systems.  I chose to use Bob’s  Red Mill whole grain, non GMO.

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Puppy Hamburger Medallions

A meaty treat packed full of carrots, broccoli, egg, and oat flour!
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Course: Snack
Keyword: broccoli, carrots, egg, oat flour

Ingredients

  • 1 cup packed ground meat
  • 3 baby carrots, sliced down the middle and cut
  • 2 broccoli florets, chopped
  • 1 tbsp oat flour
  • 1 egg

Instructions

  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
  • Mix meat with chopped carrots, broccoli, egg, and oat flour
  • Form into meatballs that fit in the middle of your palm
  • Smash down in the pan with a spatula
  • Bake at 350 degrees
  • Let meatballs cool and serve

Notes

These meatballs can be kept up to 2-3 days in an air tight container.
You can freeze them as well if not giving your pup the whole recipe.
Make sure meatballs are cooked all the way.
Make sure to drain all grease from meatballs if you are frying them.
Baking them in the oven is much healthier for your pup.

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