The Tastiest Dog Cookie Recipe - Ever!
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Make These Easy Decorated Dog Treats For Fun and Yum
These turn out just like in the fancy shops (that we all love to hang out in). It's simple to fill your dog cookie jar - right from your own kitchen - with these decorated dog treats.
With just a few ingredients you can bake up some homemade dog treats. By simply dipping one end into the doggie safe carob coating (recipe below)... you can turn plain dog treats into something really special.
What Makes These Dog Cookies Special?
First, the ingredients are fresh since these dog biscuits are homemade. Next, by using this K9cakery 18 Mini-bone Silicone Pan (it makes clean up a snap!) you can give these easy dog treats a polished, right from the dog bakery look that will wow all your doggie friends.
The Best Dog Cookie Recipe...
Makes about 30 cookies, depending on how much dough you put into each dog cookie.
- 2 1/2 cups flour - (We use whole wheat flour, but you can easily substitute rice flour or plain flour with good results)
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 cup natural style peanut butter
- 1 cup vegetable stock (or filtered water, if you prefer)
- 1/4 cup chopped peanuts
- Preheat the oven to 325°F.
- Combine peanut butter and stock (or water).
- Mix together flour, baking powder and chopped peanuts.
- Add flour mixture a small amount at a time, beating each addition in thoroughly.
- Let cool completely. Then, using the carob glaze recipe below, dip one end of each dog treat into the glaze, and lay back on the lined cookie sheet to set the glaze. NOTE: If you are using a dog treat cookie pan, simply roll pieces of the dough into walnut-sized balls, and press each one individually into the dog cookie pan. Otherwise…
- Roll the dog cookie dough into a ball, and then and roll to 1/4 inch thickness with a rolling pin.
- Cut with favorite cookie cutter, or simply use a knife to cut into rectangle shapes.
- Place on a cookie sheet, lined with parchment paper (available at most any grocery store).
- Bake at 325° F for 25 - 35 minutes.
You want a firm, crispy cookie that dips easily and gives your dog a good chew. Let cool completely.
Once your dog cookies are cool enough to handle, using the carob glaze recipe below, dip one end of each dog treat into the glaze, and lay back on the lined cookie sheet to set the glaze.
For a fun, festive look, try drizzling the glaze in stripes over the dog cookies.
Carob Glaze Recipe For Dog Treats
You'll want to use this simple carob glaze recipe because chocolate can be toxic to any doggie!
- 3 Tablespoons coconut oil or vegetable oil
- 1/2 cup carob chips
- 4 Tablespoons honey
- 1/4 cup rice-almond milk or soy milk
In a small saucepan combine all ingredients together. Gently warm over med-low heat while stirring continuously with a wooden spoon. Drizzle over dog cookies, or (as we do) dip one end into the glaze. It will get firm as it cools.
For most doggie treats, I like to use a silicon baking pan, like this one from Amazon, because it's fun - and makes clean up a breeze!
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