Introduction: Worlds Best Dog Treats

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These are the best tasting peanut butter dog treats your dog will ever try! PLEASE VOTE FOR ME!

Step 1: Preheat Oven

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Preheat oven to 325 degrees

Step 2: Ingredients

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1 tablespoon of baking powder
1 egg
1 cup of smooth peanut butter
2 1/4 to 2 1/2 cups of whole wheat flour
3/4 cup of non-fat milk

Step 3: Whisk

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Whisk together the milk, eggs and peanut butter

Step 4: Dry Ingredients

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Then add flour and baking powder* you can use your hands if needed

Step 5: Roll

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Roll out the dough onto a parchment paper(I used tin foil) covered pan*cut then to the desired size of your dog*

Step 6: Bake

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Bake them for approximately 20 minutes. Flip over and bake for another 15 minutes

Step 7: Cool

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Let them cool before storing them in an airtight container or you can freeze them for up to 3 months

Step 8: Enjoy

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Give them to your dog!

Comments

fluffy52601 (author)2015-04-01

Idk you can give it a try I guess

Chikpea (author)2015-03-31

Looks good. Could humans enjoy these as well? :)

akaren1 (author)2015-03-11

I make almost the same recipe but use bone broth instead of milk baked a little longer

fluffy52601 (author)2015-03-10

Thank you so much!! :)

LydiaT2 (author)2015-03-10

I just voted for you. :)

fluffy52601 (author)2015-03-10

Yea I don't like people who do that;( it's just so sad

LydiaT2 (author)fluffy526012015-03-10

It is very sad.

fluffy52601 (author)2015-03-10

He LOVES them so much!! It his favorite treats!

LydiaT2 (author)fluffy526012015-03-10

COOL!!!!

LydiaT2 (author)2015-03-10

I only asked about the cage, because I knew some people once who had like 4 dogs and they kept them all in individual cages inside their home ALL the time and then ignored them except for when feeding, watering and taking out to potty. That used to bother me so much.

fluffy52601 (author)2015-03-10

No, he's a Wheaton terrier

LydiaT2 (author)fluffy526012015-03-10

Oh, He's sooooo cute!! Does he like these treats well?

fluffy52601 (author)2015-03-10

We crate trained him since he was a puppy, it's because my family works a lot and not home until like 3pm so we put him in a crate so he doesn't brake or tear up the house, this breed especially likes to chew and get into trouble. But once we get home he's out and about! But he does love his crate!

LydiaT2 (author)fluffy526012015-03-10

Oh, Okay. Just wondered. I understand now. I sometimes have to put my Schnauzer into his crate, because if left alone he will tear tear things up too! Is you baby a Schnauzer too?

LydiaT2 (author)2015-03-10

Your recipe looks great! I will try it on my little Schnauzer. Thank you!

I have a question. Why is your pet locked in a caged? Doesn't he get
to interact with family? How sad for him, to be deprived of being close
to family. Just asking, since you put the picture up. :)

fluffy52601 (author)2015-03-10

Also at that time of the picture he just came in from outside and he was all muddy so he was in his crate

fluffy52601 (author)2015-03-10

The ones that I have made has baked approximately 50 treats

linda.d.kenney (author)2015-03-10

About how many will this recipe bake at a medium size ?

barkingdogbraclets (author)2015-03-10

awwww.....

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