I boil or steam the veggies til soft, and cook the meat. I purreed/beat both veggie together, i used snap-peas, carrotts and steak. I stirred in meat scraps which were chopped up. Add Oats to thicken as needed. Garlic optional. Sometimes i puree the whole thing, other times i just beat it with a beater. Buddy loves it either way. I have heard TOO MUCH liver is "too rich" to give often, so THIS recipe Buddy gets liver taste, but isn't getting 100% liver, in case liver IS "too rich". Each bite is only 1/3 liver. I spread this out on NONSTICK cookie sheets, or, i make lil cookies of it, and baked it for quite a while. I regret i did not use a nonstick pan, and think next time i'll just slop across a teflon cookie sheet. Turn during cooking, if you want. Cook until chewy or crisp, whichever your dog prefers. Break up into crumbles, for training size. Store in fridge, optional=reheat in microwave briefly before serving. FREEZE leftovers, for later. I make about a month's worth all at once, and freeze them. THEN i KNOW my dog's training treats ARE healthy!! MY DOG WOLFS THESE, will do anything for one!! Even a frozen one, especially if the meat i use is LIVER. TO MAKE CUPCAKES, DOUBLE THE RECIPE, and ADD IN EGG to other ingredients---AND DON'T USE LIVER, THEN, USE STEAK, so you won't hafta be concerned about how much liver is in each cupcake. Slop mixture into NONSTICK cupcake pan, and put some kinda anti-stick thing of your choice into cup to keep these from sticking. LIke that new, wonderful no-stick aluminum foil, maybe...paper cups Would stick to these, i think. Sprinkle with shredded cheese for 'frosting' **** YOu can use any two veggies or fruits EXCEPT NO: grapes, raisens, avocado, no apple core,seeds or stems, no onion, no mushroom, and of course, no chocolate.