Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sweet Potato Chips: Canine Cooking by Paw Street Barkery

I was so excited when Ma said she was going to make me some Sweet Potato Chips from the new Canine Cooking recipe book I received from PawStreet Barkery.

There are all kinds of DELISH recipes in this book including salads, cookies, muffins, cupcakes and dinners.  At first, I thought Ma would try baking one of the fabulous cookie recipes but she is not the greatest baker so she opted to try an easy recipe for my first treat from the book.

from Canine Cooking by Shawn Sherry

1)  Preheat the oven to 325 F.
2) Wash the sweet potatoes (2) and put them on the cutting board.  Cut them into thin slices.
(Ma used a knife and cut them thin; next time she will try cutting them on the mandolin to get them even thinner.)
3) Put the slices onto a baking sheet and bake them for about 30 minutes.
4) Turn them over and put them back into the over for another 30 minutes or until they feel crunchy.
5) Take them out of the oven and let them cool.
(Ma sprinkled a tiny bit of cinnamon sugar on a few of them - they were like dessert chips!  On a few other chips, Ma had sprinkled some rosemary during the second half of baking - they were savory!)

These chips can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 7 days or can be stored in the freezer for up to 1 month.

If you did not know, I love sweet potatoes and I love  crunchy and these chips are crunchy!  I could not eat just one.  I cannot wait to try even more of the recipes from Canine Cooking from Paw Street Barkery...I just need to convince Ma that she can bake!  I'll keep you posted.

Does your pet parent make you homemade treats?  
Do you want a recipe book to call your own?

My friends at Paw Street Barkery are helping me celebrate my 10th birthday by giving away a Canine Cooking recipe book to one of my readers!  Thank you Paw Street Barkery.  You can enter by using the Rafflecopter below - the giveaway will close on Tuesday, September 16th.  Good Luck!

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I am joining Sugar the Golden Retriever and Kol's Notes for the Tasty Tuesday Blog Hop.  Have a super tasty day!

Post Disclaimer:  I received one Canine Cooking recipe book from Paw Street Barkery in exchange for a honest review.  I received no other compensation for this post and the opinions expressed within are purely my own.


  1. They look yummy. We must get back in the kitchen and make some treats. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. those sound so good - Mom would love them. Dweeb not so much - sweet potato makes him barf everywhere....weird we know...but he can't anything with sweet potato in it.

  3. how great that your mom made treats for you! I'm sure she will try more recipes and I'm sure she can bake, out of love for dogs, nothing is impawsible. Have a super tasty tuesday Oz.

  4. What a DELISH Treat OZ :-) Sugar loves sweet potato too. LOVE the cookbook and we will enter. So glad you are having a Tasty Barkday celebration. Golden Woofs

  5. Oh, we do that-we just finished a batch on Sunday. We use a mandolin-perfect. We skip the oven and use the de-hydrater and it works well. The chips are never burned. I only get one entry because i REFUSE to facebook.

  6. That book looks way cool, Oz! And the chips look delicious! I'm glad your mom found it! She can cook if she has to. For you. ;)

  7. I would love to win this awesome cookbook! Then I can put my mom to work cooking!!! :)

  8. yes yes I would love a cookbook! Great review of the book!

  9. I have five Treeing Walker Coonhounds and three cats - all rescues. I love giving them treats, but it's sometimes hard to find just the kind of treats I want to give them. I avoid things like corn and wheat, and love adding coconut oil and other good things for them. What better way to know just what they are getting - and be able to add my own touches - than making my own treats? I'd love this cookbook so I could try new recipes and have them all handy in one place.

  10. I would LOVE one of these cookbooks! I don't cook for myself very often, and even less so for my boys since I'm pretty rushed on time. However, I think it would be wonderful to know what ingredients I'm putting in a recipe for the chi's and being able to make small adjustments if necessary.

  11. My sisters would love those! I don't care for sweet potatoes and when I eat them they don't sit well with me. As you know, though, we bake plenty of other treats though.

  12. What a great Tasty Tuesday post!

  13. Those look yummy! I tried making some once and just couldn't get them to come out crispy! I'm going to try again, because the dogs do like sweet potatoes too.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

  14. They look yum! We luffs sweet potato - me AND Hooman :-)

  15. You sure scored another yummy Oz!

  16. Wow! Those look....odd, but I bet they taste amazing!! Yet another score Oz, yet another score. MOL
    ❀Siamese Smothers and Tuxie Tickles❀ from Mikko and Jax at Happiness is Siamese!

  17. Mom can barely cook dinner but those look yummy! Love Dolly

  18. Looks like a great book and yummy treats.

  19. OMD, those look EASY and YUMMY!!!!! I thinks even Ma could do THAT!!! And, low cal and good for the digestion...oh Oz, thanks, I thinks this is a winner fursure!!!
    Ruby ♥

  20. Those look super yummy!!!!!!
    Is it open to Canada too?
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  21. They look deeeelicious!!! Mom loves sweet potato too so we're not sure how many of those chips we'd end up getting and she'd end up eating *BOL*.
    Mom does bake for us, she has a pawsome pup cake recipe with cream cheese icing (frosting) that she makes for us for our birthdays and she also has a couple of dog biscuit recipes that she makes every now and again.
    We're not sure if your competition is open to overseas followers but we'll understand if it isn't
    Wally & Sammy

  22. Having 4 dogs gets pretty expensive, so being able to learn how to make our own treats at home would be a money saver

  23. You sure have had your share of tasty treats lately. :)

  24. Those look delicious, Oz. And simple to make too. Enjoy :)

  25. Those look tasty Oz! I've made some sweet potato chips for Shiner before and I also wished I had cut them thinner. I don't have a mandolin though and cutting sweet potatoes is tricky sometimes!

  26. My daughter would have so much fun with this!!

  27. To make tasty treats for my dogs and the dogs that come into rescue.


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