Chicken Pot Pie for Dogs
Another celebration calls for another yummy treat! I thought I spiced things up a bit for this year's Gotcha Day (December 21) with something other than a generic steak. As a human being, I love having a warm fresh chicken pot pie during the winter time. And with that thought, I wanted Cooper to have the same experience. Although he probably just saw it as any other food dish I give him, something to gobble up in a matter of seconds.
As always, our recipes are modified to be dog friendly.
Four 4-oz Jars
1 8 in. Round Cake Pan
1 Sharp Knife
1 Large Mixing Bowl
1 Rolling Pin
1 Coconut Oil Spray
1/4 Cup Coconut Oil
2 Cup All Purpose Flour
1 1/2 Cup Rolled Oats
2 Strips of Chicken Breast
- Preheat oven to 350°F.
- In a large bowl, mix in the water, melted coconut oil, egg, flour, and oats in those order.
- Stir all ingredients together until you get a slightly sticky and doughy consistency.
- Grab cutting board and flour up the surface, then grab the dough and start kneading it together until it becomes less sticky. Roll dough into a giant ball.
- Roll out dough with rolling pin on floured surface to 1/8 inch thick.
- Take the top lid ring of a 4-oz jar to cut out a circular shape in order to line the 4-oz jar.
- Dice up the chicken breast, potato, and carrot.
- Lightly oil the 4-oz jars with coconut oil spray.
- Line jars with cut-out dough, place in the diced chicken, potato, and carrot.
- Cut out another 1/8 inch thick circle from the dough to have as the top crust. Cut 4 slits on the top dough crust for the pot pie to breathe while baking.
- Repeat Step 8-10 for the other 3 jars.
- Take the 4 jars and place it in the cake pan.
- Put it in the oven for about 40 minutes.
- Chicken Pot Pie is done once the crust harden with a crispy sound.All the meat and vegetables will be cooked at this point.
- Serve to your dog once it completely cools and watch them devour it with happiness!
Notes & Tips:
- With leftover dough, use it for doggy cookies! Just simply roll out dough to 1/4 inch thick and either use cookie cutters or a knife to cut out shapes. Place it in the oven at 350°F for 20 minutes. Voila! More treats for your four-legged friend.
- Freeze the cookies and chicken pot pie to keep it lasting longer. It should last up to 1-2 months.
- Use your dog's food/meal as the filling for the pot pie if you don't want to give them chicken, carrots, or potatoes.
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Thank you for tuning into our Chicken Pot Pie for Dogs recipe! Let us know if you end up making it and how it turns out for you.