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Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats prep time: 25 minutes.

Serving size will also vary depending on the desired shapes and cookie cutters used. Adapted from use real butter. Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty. I sometimes also add cooked, mashed sweet potato. I lowered the temperature and cooked them in the convection oven. The thicker the treat, the longer it takes to cook. Thicker ones were cookie-like the first time around, so I fiddled with temp and time.

We have 5 dogs and alot of goats…they all enjoy Blue Dog Bakery treats, which gets expensive! The dogs liked these, the goats not so much! The only problem I had was that they puffed up will baking and were kind of soft. I am going to try poking air holes with a fork before baking next time. I have a question…. You can substitute all-purpose flour but it is not as healthy as whole wheat flour.

I like to concept, but I used canned pumpkin not pie filling and at 2 cups of wheat flour, the dough was way too dry.

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Is there an alternative to fresh pumpkin puree or something to add to the recipe water? Not sure what I did wrong but I followed the recipe as written and could not bring the ingredients together. It was just a crumbly mess, I added more pumpkin and another egg and still could not roll them out. Any suggestions?

I hate to throw all of these ingredients out,. I also gave some to my neighbours for their dogs and again a great success.

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These will most definitely be a forever feature in my doggy treat recipe book. My dogs loved it they both chowed down on the treat and we gave the treat to them on one of their birthdays they loved it and it turned out pretty good. Can you make these biscuits without pumpkin.

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Unfortunately, without having tried this myself, I cannot answer with certainty. But if you get a chance to try it, please let me know how it turns out! Good luck! My dogs absolutely love these!!! And it is so easy and affordable to make! My 2 year old pug has never wanted to go in his crate before without a fight and a chase down to get him in. Thank you so much for posting this recipe!

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Your a life save and a money saver!! And my pug is a super picky eater but my boxer will ear anything! Are there any other recipes that I could try out?


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I am new to the whole trying to find recipes online, lol! And do you have any recipes that I could make for me and my husband maybe? Made 2nd and 3rd batch. Dogs love them and the treats keep well for a week in cookie jar. Although it does smell kind of odd while baking, they love love loved them! They were so much fun to make. We added some grated carrot and flaxseed oil.

We tried them too. They tasted like hard scones. Thanks for this recipe. How long will these keep if stored in an airtight container? Can these be frozen after baking to keep for longer periods of time? These can be kept at room temperature for a few days but I recommend storing them in the fridge or freezer to extend shelf life. But methods for optimal food storage and shelf life should be based on good judgment and what you are personally comfortable with. Hope that helps, Virginia! My two love the plain I made for testing, today we will make above Peanut butter treats and I will try to make them neater.

What a great idea! But unfortunately, without having tried this myself, I cannot answer with certainty. Baked these for dog event in my neighborhood. My dog and other dogs there lived them? Even picky eaters. Hi there, I was just wondering if you could add some bacon grease to this to maybe give it a little flavor? Thank you for your help! I definitely think you could add bacon grease, as the only fat is from the egg yolk and the peanut butter. You may want to cut back the peanut butter in order to add the bacon grease though.

Do let us know how it worked! Please help! I put together all of the ingredients as stated but it took a wrong turn somewhere, my dough is very sticky. What would you suggest? I just have a couple questions if anyone could answer them for me. How many cookies did you get out of the batch? Thanks in advance. It really depends on how thick you roll them and what size cutter you used. I doubled tis batch, and was able to get 41 bags 2 Cookies per bag in various sizes.

This is my first time baking dog treats. My dog is picky and he loves these treats. Very easy and tasty too! I had to take a bite so my spoiled rotten baby would eat it. Lol really need too know how long you can store them for though. I am making these today for my german shepherds 1st birthday. She loves pumpkin and peanut butter so these seem perfect.

I am wondering though, after they are made how long the shelf life is and if they need to be refrigerated? Thank you for the recipe!! These can be kept at room temperature for a few days but we recommend storing them in the fridge or freezer to extend shelf life. Dogs still loved them! Thansk William. Easy to make and the dogs loved them. Much less expensive than buying treats at the store.

Oh my lanta I have been like for a recipe like this forever!!!! But this is so amazing and helpful!!! Me and my friend will be making these and selling them at our craft sale!!!! Now that I mention that, how many do you think we should have in a baggie??? Hello, I tried the recipe for the first time today.

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Very easy to make. Pups are going to love them. My only question is how do I get the treats to not bubble when they are baking? My daugther and her friend are thinking of making these for a craft sale as well! I was just curious how much you ended up charging for each baggie. Thanks for any suggestions!