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That’s why I set out to find some of the yummiest – and healthiest – doggy cookie recipes around, and today I’m sharing a few of my very favorites. This season when you’re doing your holiday baking, why not make your mutt happy with a few of these tasty treats.
Puppy dog cookies for Casey | Das Cookie
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What do you think? Which of these recipes will you be trying this holiday season? If you whip up some cookies and your dog loves them, why not share a photo on Facebook page? Parisian poodle decorated cookies. Forget the Dog House --- my dogs are in MY house ❤️
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It's time for an easy No-Bake Dog Cookie! Today we are making SnowBall Dog Cookies! only 4 ingredients, super easy, fun, and healthy for your dog! So hopefully a lot of you can make these simple homemade Dog Treats! DIY Dog Treats are fun and easy to make!Use our dog bone cookie cutters set to make sugar cookies or dog treats of all sizes! This set gives you 3 cutters that range in size from to To decorate your sweet confections check out oUse our mini dog cookie cutters for making tiny sugar cookies! This set comes with a mini dog, hydrant, bone and dog house. These are very little so they are perfect to use for cutting out pie crust f

- 1/3 Cup Coconut Oil (melted)
- 2-3 Tablespoons of Peanut Butter
- 2 1/2 Cups of Rolled Oats
- 1/3 cup Finley Shredded Coconut Flakes
No oven preheating necessary! This is a No-Bake recipe! In a food Processor, mix together the Coconut Oil, Peanut Butter, and Rolled Oats. The dough should be slightly sticky, but not to wet. You can always add a few extra oats if it's to wet, or a bit more coconut oil if it's to dry. I used a Tablespoon to scoop out the dough, then roll it into balls. Now roll the balls in the coconut flakes (if you flakes are not fine, you can put them in the food processor and chop them up a bit smaller). Set the covered balls onto a baking sheet on a plate, or something you can easily move into your fridge. Place all SnowBalls into the fridge for around 30 minutes. And that's it! Your dog can now enjoy these Snowball Dog Cookies! Store the cookies in an air tight container in the fridge for up to 2 weeks (but we are sure they will be gone long before that!)
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Half Sheet Pans: (Affiliate link) Everyone loves getting cookies but dogs may be the most appreciative recipients of all! With ingredients like peanut butter, bacon, and carob, these dog biscuit recipes are sure to have tails wagging.
Today we are making a special DIY Dog Treat that you guys have been suggesting in the comments! Today we are making DIY Oreo Dog Cookies! Before we go any further, I want to point out there is NO CHOCOLATE in this recipe. There is NO COCOA in this recipe. The product we use to make the cookies this color is called CAROB POWDER which you can find at your local grocery store, or order online at (affiliate link) . Let's get to the treat making process!Today I make carob chip cookies for Molly and Page. Will they get love hearts?

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Dry Ingredients:
2 cups whole wheat flour
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 tsp baking powder
1/2 cup unsweetened carob chips

Wet ingredients:
1 cup all-natural peanut butter
1 1/2 cup milk or chicken stock
1 tbsp molasses

Combine ingredients and knead into dough. Roll out and cut into small shapes using cookie cutters or knife. Place on non-stick baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 18 minutes. LET THE COOL BEFORE GIVING THEM TO YOUR DOG.