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doggy cake mmmmm.

by jenni
(alabama)

not mine it will turn out just like it tho

not mine it will turn out just like it tho

all you need is....

mashed potatoes
peanut butter
dog biscuts

Cook mashed potatoes a lot, then shape it like a cake. Put creamy peanut butter on top then stick dog biscuits all over.

Thanks for the yummy doggy cake recipe, Jenni!

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Homemade Dog Treat: Flukes

I was at my grandma and grandpa's house,(they have a three legged dog named Benji) and I heard benji doesn't like dog treats! Well, I highly doubted that. I decided to make a recipe with grandma. We mixed 1/2 cup of peanut butter, 1 cup of water, and a pinch of salt. We baked them for 15 minutes at 350 degrees F. In the end they ended up rather clumpy, but Benji loved them!

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Jan 13, 2013
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Simple Idea!
by: Anonymous

This is a great idea!

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Yummy Peanut Butter Dog Treats

by Julianne
(VA)

JIF PB

JIF PB

JIF PB
Try making different shapes

So here is what you need to make these yummy peanut butter dog treats:

* Dry Dog food/kibble
* At least 3 tablespoons of water or cat sip**
* A bowl
* Measuring spoons/cups
* Peanut butter
* Carrot bits
* Cheese (optional)
* Microwave (optional)
* A dog to share it with!

**Cat sip is a lactose free milk made for dogs and cats and is sold at pet stores.

Step 1: First you are going to be taking about a nicely sized handful of dog food and place it into the bowl.

Step 2: Add some water or catsup (ketchup) to it. Start with at least three tablespoons and add more as needed. Mix until mushy but not watery!

Step 3: Add about a 1/4 to a 1/2 teaspoon of PB.

Step 4: If you want to, you can add some carrot pieces. Just cut up some organic carrots into tiny bits and add them to the mixture (rinse first if not organic). You can add as much or as little as you would like.

Step 5: Make sure that everything is mixed in really well.

Step 6: Now, pull some of the mixture out of the bowl. Use your hands and try to make the mixture into small ball like shapes.

Step 7: You can leave these out to dry OR you can bake them for 10-20 minutes if needed.

Step 8: Voila! all done. See how simple these were to make! Now share these yummy PB and carrot treats with your dog...

Options:
*add a little bit of oatmeal to the mixture
*add grated or sliced cheese on top, microwave, and then let them cool
*try making different shapes per the photo above

Enjoy :) :D


Hello Julianne and thank you for sending in this recipe and photos. Just one question - if people end up baking these, what oven temperature do you recommend?

Also, thank you for letting me know that cat sip was not a misspelling for catsup or ketchup - I had never heard of it before...
Jo


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Jul 02, 2012
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tomatoes are what makes ketchup
by: Anonymous

I would disregard the ketchup in this recipe, as tomatoes are listed on this site as one of the things that your dog should NOT eat. I make my peanut butter treats with Smuckers Natural Peanut Butter, either chunky or creamy, mix it with water, add oat or rice flour for organic treats, or whole wheat flour for regular treats. I then add some carob chips and voila! My dogs have peanut butter carob chip treats! I also make and sell these to raise money for Kids for K9's free spay/neuter program.

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sorry about that
by: Julianne

I probably would say about 240-300 degrees Fahrenheit. And where it says (ketchup) i meant cat sip.


Hi Julianne - thanks for giving the oven temperature. BTW, cat sip is spelled "catsup" and in the U.S. they call it "ketchup" - weird huh?... Jo

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Homemade Dog Treat Recipe -
"Slop"

Mix together until creamy....

1/4 cup 1% or Skim milk & 1 cup peanut butter.

Add 3 cups of dry oatmeal & mix until well blended.

Roll into little balls and keep refrigerated for up to 2 week.

Makes 32 1 in. balls.

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Treat a butter:
Dog rawhhide bone treat

Dogs love peanut butter and the taste never goes away. It sticks to the roof of their mouth and keeps them busy all day. This could get messy.... so you might want to seclude your dog in one area.

Here's the idea:
Take a rawhide bone and put peanut butter all over it. Make sure it is only a thin layer. The peanut butter isn't bad for your dog at all, they just can't have a ton of it.


Editor's note: We suggest you be careful about the type of peanut butter you use for this dog treat recipe. Most regular peanut butters contain some type of corn syrup or other sugar that is not good for anyone's teeth. As you pointed out, peanut butter is sticky so if it stays in your dog's mouth the sugar does too. We recommend you read the label before you buy a jar. Dogs do not need added salt or pesticides either, so an even better type would be organic peanut butter without salt or sugar to smear on the rawhide bone treat.

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Dog rawhhide bone treat

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Mar 10, 2012
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Peanut Butter and Rawhide
by: Anonymous

you should never give your dog rawhide, it can cause injury to the intestinal tract of your dog.

Dec 01, 2010
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so gooooooooood
by: Anonymous

I havent tried it yet but i think that my dog would loooovvveee it because he lovvvvvveeeeeeeeessssssssssss peanut butter!!!!!!

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Dog Treat Biscuits

by Cheyanne Gale
(Australia)

photo by allrecipes

photo by allrecipes

Ingredients

280g wholemeal flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
315 g unsalted natural peanut butter
1 cup low fat milk

Preparation method

Preheat the oven to 190 C. Grease baking trays.

Stir together the flour and baking powder and set aside.
In a medium bowl, mix together the peanut butter and milk.
Stir in the flour mixture until well blended. Turn dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead until smooth.
Roll out to 1cm thickness and cut into shapes using biscuit cutters.
Place 2cm apart on the prepared baking trays.

Bake for 20 minutes or until lightly brown. Remove from baking trays to cool on wire racks.

i got this recipe from http://allrecipes.com.au/recipe/1003/dog-treats.aspx

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