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Odds Blog: Sue’s Bake-a-thon Day 1 Report

Posted by indigodream on 29 July, 2015

That's over 650 dog biscuits :-)

That’s over 650 dog biscuits 🙂

I’m delighted to report that Day 1 of my charity bake-a-thon has gone to plan – here’s the summary…

  • I started baking at 8.30am and downed tools at 6.30pm
  • I made 10 different types of dog treats:
    • Fish, chip and pea biscotti
    • Rice Crackers
    • Cheesy Dreams
    • Salmon and Sunflower Cookies
    • Sweet Potato Cookies (low protein)
    • Liver Sausage Biscuits
    • Tuna Triangles
    • Polenta Stars
    • Cheesy Chomps
    • Cheese and Cranberry Hearts
  • This adds up to 653 individual biscuits 🙂

And this is just Day 1! Cheer me on to day 2 by sponsoring one of my nominated charities: Greyhoundhomer: a charity dear to my heart! Pharmacist Support: because pharmacists need love too!

Quality Control by Ty :-)

Quality Control by Ty 🙂

2 Responses to “Odds Blog: Sue’s Bake-a-thon Day 1 Report”

  1. Kevin TOO said

    So when are Mary Berry & Paul Hollywood coming to do the judging?

    I’m sure you’ll win the prize for ‘The Great British Dog Biscuit Baker’ LOL

    I don’t think I’ll be elbowing a Greyhound out of the way to try one though… 😉

  2. indigodream said

    I’m rather hoping that I’ll be offered a place on the judging panel when they set up the “Great British Bake-off: Dog Treat Edition” 😀

    You heard it here first!!!!

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