Peanut Butter Dog Treats... Finally Revealed!

Peanut butter dog treats will make your dog love you even more if that is at all possible!

Dogs simply love the taste and there are many inexpensive treats you can make at home with wholesome ingredients like wholemeal and oatmeal.

These peanut butter dog treats are good for your dog’s digestion and health, and are a lot better than giving him stuff with preservatives or chemicals in them. Don’t forget to use the natural variety without sugar for your dog treats.

Here we go then – some peanut butter dog treat recipes for you to try out at home.

* Peanut butter cookies: Mix together whole wheat flour, baking powder, plain oatmeal and set aside. In another bowl mix together the peanut butter, molasses and milk. Now pour the liquid into the first bowl and mix together to form a doughy substance that you have to knead well. Roll out the dough on a clean counter top and then cut into squares or use fancy shaped cookie cutters. Put on a greased baking tray and bake for about 20 minutes. These peanut butter dog treats can be stored in Ziploc bags or an airtight canister.

* Peanut butter bones: start off by dissolving the yeast in water. Mix together potatoes, molasses, stock, milk and peanut butter in a big saucepan and keep stirring until it starts to boil. Take if off the stove and let it cool. Now add the dissolved yeast mixture and slowly blend in one egg, rye, rice and wheat flours. You should be able to form a stiff dough, if it doesn’t add more white flour until it does. Now knead the dough until smooth and the roll out on a clean counter top; cut out shapes using a bone cookie cutter if you can get one and put them on baking trays and bake for approximately 45 minutes. Cool and store away in an air tight container. Your dog is simply going to love them!

* Peanut poppers: simple to make and a lovely treat for a small puppy to crunch on. Mix the flour and baking powder together in one bowl and the peanut butter and milk in another to form a smooth consistency. Mix the contents of the two bowls together and knead it to form a smooth dough. Sprinkle some flour on a clean counter top and roll out the dough, and then cut into shapes, put on a baking tray and bake for about 20 minutes. Cool and then store away carefully.

The good part about peanut butter dog treats – there’s no law against you snacking on them too!


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The peanut butter dog treats information provided on this site is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your veterinarian or other health care professional. You should not use the information on this site for diagnosis or treatment of any health problem or for prescription of any medication or other treatment.