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Oatmeal Apple Dog Treats with Lamb’s Lung Chips

Oatmeal Apple Dog Treats with Lamb’s Lung Chips

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It’s finally cool enough here at Casa de Kolchak, so naturally, I ordered the Mama into the kitchen to make me something tasty.

We’ll tell you all about them in a bit, but first we have some exciting news~

Tasty Tuesday is turning two!

Tuesday, August 13th we’re having a party in celebration of Tasty Tuesday

and you’re invited!

We want to celebrate what Tasty Tuesday is all about with a little friendly competition. A foodie competition. How about a little Iron Chef fun – doggystyle? We’ve got it all: a secret ingredient, prizes to be won and a charismatic host: Mr. Kolchak Puggle!

Want to join in?

the secret ingredient is: fruit

any kind of fruit! 

On Tuesday, August 13th, join the Tasty Tuesday blog hop and share any tasty post related to fruit. You could share:

  • A recipe with fruit as the star ingredient – the treat you make can be baked or fresh or frozen or whatever you want it to be. There’s no rules!
  • A review of your favourite fruity treat you can buy at the store
  • a photo or video of what your dog will do for a fruity treat

You don’t have to be a blogger to join in! We want all of our fabulous friends to celebrate with us. If you don’t have a blog of your own, you can join in by emailing your submission to us at kolchakpuggle {at} gmail {dot} com – we’ll feature your fabulous creations, awesome reviews and adorable photos & videos right here on Kol’s Notes! Everyone who joins in will be entered to win some Tasty prizes! (Please note that due to shipping restrictions, the Kol’s Notes prizes can only be shipped in US or Canada.) Check out my pal Sugar who is hosting a giveaway as well to celebrate this momentous occasion!

Is everyone excited? Everyone is going to celebrate with us…right? RIGHT?! Good. We are so excited, so get your thinking caps on and decide what you would like to share!

These lamb and apple treats that Mama made tonight would be perfect.


A few weeks ago the nice folks at Clear Conscience Pet sent us a box full of treats to try. So far, we love every single thing the Mama has opened. The new Clear Conscience  Chicken & Cheese Sliders Dog Treats are kind of rocking my world. That’s a story for another time though.

Today, we want to woof about the pure awesomeness that is the Lamb’s Lung Airy Bites.


These things are GREAT. Mama loves that they are so simple – just chunks of lamb’s lung, slow roasted then coated with the signature Organic SuperVeggie coating. Use dogs like that Mama says they’re small enough to get a few every day. More treats = a happy puggle.Plus, they’re woofing amazing. Mama’s been using them to help me learn a new trick and I’m happy to work as long as she’ll keep feeding me.

You know that Mama though, she’s never happy to just throw me a tasty treat. She has to see how she can pump up the volume and use these tasty treats to make one of her home made creations really sparkle. She decided to chop these tasty bites up and use them as chips of yumminess in a tasty apple oatmeal cookie. They’re amazeballs.

Oatmeal Apple Dog Treats with Lamb Lung Chips


  • 1 medium apple, we used Pink Lady Apple because I love the flavour
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp. melted coconut oil
  • 1 tbsp. honey
  • 1 1/4 c. oatmeal flour
  • 1/2 c. Lamb's Lung Airy Bites from Clear Conscience Pet


Preheat oven to 350F and line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

In a medium bowl, grate the apple. I know a lot of people prefer to slice the apple, then grate it but I find that grating it whole means you get more of that flavourful juice. Toss away the core.

Stir in the egg, the coconut oil and honey. Add flour slowly, mixing until it forms a thick, slightly sticky dough. Chop the Clear Conscience Airy Bites into small chunks and gently stir into the batter.

Scoop teaspoons of dough, roll them into a bowl and flatten them with your hands. Place the dough discs on the baking sheet and bake for 12 - 16 minutes, or until baked all the way through. If desired, turn off the oven and allow the cookies to cool inside for a crunchier finish.

airybites_looseIf you’ve never tried lamb’s lung treats, we highly recommend it. The Airy Bites come in these perfect bite sized pieces and they’re great for convincing your Mama you need just a little snack. She says they’re good for “training” too. (See what happens when I bark and you’ll know who is training who around here.) Mama likes that they’re meaty and good for us and us dogs love that they are meaty and delicious. They were also a super easy way to add just a touch of meaty goodness to these treats. We’ve also used them in a stuffed Kong and been really happy with the outcome.

Have you ever tried lamb’s lung treats? Did your dog like them?



It’s Tasty Tuesday!

To join in, follow your hosts, Kol’s Notes & Sugar the Golden Retriever, grab the badge from our Tasty Tuesday page and add your link to this week’s hop!



Kol’s Note: Clear Conscience provided us with the treats to try, but we did not receive any other compensation for this post. All opinions are our own.

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Foley Monster and Pocket

Sunday 11th of August 2013

Happy Anniversary you amazing pup

Two French Bulldogs

Tuesday 16th of July 2013

Yum yum and yea for Tasty Tuesday Benny & Lily


Tuesday 16th of July 2013

Well those sound good for pups ;)

Stop on by for a visit



Tuesday 16th of July 2013

Jack wants to know why the secret ingredient for Iron Chef isn't BACON!


Wednesday 17th of July 2013

LOL! Casa de Kolchak pups rarely (if ever) get bacon - and when they do it's usually turkey bacon. A certain puggle loses his mind when he gets it and he's unmanageable for days, plus, I have a fear of pancreatits ;0)

Kirby the Dorkie

Tuesday 16th of July 2013

I like lungs!


Wednesday 17th of July 2013

They're so crunchy and good right?

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