For furry canine friends that require a special diet, these gluten-free dog treats are the jam! They're quick and easy to make, and are a BIG hit with all the OPP (other people's pets) I encounter along the way. I think it also helps that I chose a squirrel shaped cookie cutter...

Step 1: Recipe

  • 1 ripe banana, mashed
  • 3 tbsp peanut butter (I prefer crunchy)
  • 1 egg
  • 1 3/4 cup gram (chickpea) flour
  • 1/4 cup rolled oats

Tools you'll need are:

  • one medium & one small mixing bowl
  • measuring cup & spoons
  • fork or mixing spoon
  • rolling pin
  • fun cookie cutter or butter knife
  • baking sheet
  • parchment paper
  • cooling rack

<p>I will have to try these I am not sure if my dog can have oats but I will check my dog is in the profile pic</p>
Shadow can't have any oats /oatmeal. Any substitutes?. Thanks.
Your dog is adorable. Is it a lab?
Those look cute! I'm sure my dog would love them. Here's a picture of him as a baby pup:
<p>Nice! I will try this.<br>You should add a funny note: &quot;do not make them in cats figure&quot; jajjajajajaja<br>Well... It&acute;s kind of ironic to me because my dogs actually bite cats.....u.u snif</p>
<p>I make my babies treats as well. This is a new recipe and I am going to try it. I LOVE the idea of Chickpea Flour. I have been using brown rice flour and some Flaxseed meal.. Thanks so much for the share. Oh, how many approx. does this make?</p>
Could you replace the chickpea flour with regular flour? These treats look great, but I can't find the flour anywhere...
<p>aaww what a beautiful dog x333</p>
<p>Great post! I try that too at home, should make perfect training treats.</p>

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Bio: Made in Canada, I grew up crafting, making, and baking. Out of this love for designing and creating, I pursued a BFA in product design ... More »
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