Cooking for your dog: Peanut Butter Cookies- General Recipes

(My dogs love peanut butter, as you will see from my dog treat posts!) I bought a dog bone shaped cookie cutter several years ago, which is lots of fun, but any cookie cutter will do, and so will a biscuit cutter. Peanut Butter Cookies for Dogs 2 cups whole wheat flour (or, a gluten-free

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    Default Cooking for your dog: Peanut Butter Cookies

    (My dogs love peanut butter, as you will see from my dog treat posts!)

    I bought a dog bone shaped cookie cutter several years ago, which is lots of fun, but any cookie cutter will do, and so will a biscuit cutter.

    Peanut Butter Cookies for Dogs

    2 cups whole wheat flour (or, a gluten-free blend if your dog is sensitive like mine...any GF blend will do)
    1 cup wheat germ (or an extra 1/2 cup GF blend AND 1/2 cup coarsely blended GF rolled oats)
    1 cup natural peanut butter
    1 egg
    1/4 cup canola oil
    1/2 cup water

    Heat oven to 350.

    Combine dry ingredients, then add in wet. Roll to 1/2" thickness on floured surface. Cut desired shapes (or you can make into small squares like a popular brand of dog treats). Place on ungreased sheets and bake for 15 - 25 minutes depending on size.

    I flip mine over 1/2 way through to make them crunchier.

    Store these in the fridge.
    Michelle

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    Thanks for this recipe. My dog loves peanut butter also. If I get the jar of peanut butter out he is usually right there.

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    Thanks so much, my two dogs love peanut butter snacks, and I know that it would be much cheaper to make them myself. Also, more nutricious for them.

    Mc

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