Cat treat recipe: Catnip heart-shaped treats

With a cuisine themed name like Waffles, it was only appropriate that we had this kitty colleague test out our homemade catnip treats! Perfect for when you fancy spoiling your feline friend – find out how we made these tasty organic cat-friendly treats. 

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1/2 pound steamed organic boneless and skinless chicken thighs
1 cup fresh organic spinach leaves
1 cup organic quick-cooking oats
1 organic brown egg
1 tablespoon organic catnip
1/4 cup flour

Step one:
 Cut the chicken into smaller chunks suitable for blending and remove any unwanted gristle (cats deserve the finest cuts too!)

Step two: Boil the chicken till cooked through, and then leave to cool to room temperature.

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Step three:
Place the chicken, egg, spinach leaves, oats and catnip into the blender and mix until you have an even texture.

Step four: Scoop out mixture from the blender into a bowl and knead in the flour until it forms a soft dough.

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Step five:
Get creative! Roll out the dough with a rolling pin till it’s about 1cm thick and use cutters or a knife to create the biscuit shapes.

 While rolling out the dough, sprinkle a little flour on the surface and the rolling pin occasionally to prevent it sticking.
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Step six:
Place the uncooked treats onto a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper and bake at 350˚F for 20 minutes.

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