Healthy Dog Treats: Dog Biscuits, Cookies & Snacks | Petco

I used a dog cookie cutter that I found at Williams Sonoma. It’s a great size for big dog treats.
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I made these with the dog treats you find at Petco in mind. You know the ones they have in those buffet style treat bins? They make these sandwich peanut butter cookies that Brody goes gaga over. I figured I could make something similar, but for a lot less money. By the way he has been gulping these down, I think they are a major success!
Peanut Butter and Cranberry Christmas Dog CookiesTime: 35 minYield: 30-40 treats
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I have made treats with natural peanut butter (Peter Pan/Skippy), brown flour and pumpkin puree. My Golden is wild for these. Pick up the dog bone cookie cutter at World Market. Michael, you can cook the treats for a shorter period of time so they would turn out softer for your senior dog.
Photo provided by FlickrOnce baked and cooled, your Irresistible Christmas Cookie Dog Treats should look something like this:
Photo provided by FlickrYou may be interested to see my collection of recipes of homemade dog treats (snacks, biscuits, cookies and bones) :
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These treats are perfect for any holiday baking you may have planned this year. They are the dog-friendly take on ginger snap cookies, and taste just as good. So good, in fact, you could swap them out for the real thing and we bet your guests couldn’t tell the difference!We love the dogs of Brit + Co., and one of our favorite ways to show our love is through homemade treats. They make for a fun baking project that won’t lead to you downing a tray full of cookies! Here are 12 of our favorite recipes to whip up. Just remember, before you make any homemade treats for your pet, check this list of . It’s a good link to bookmark if you’re a pet owner.To cut the treats, I used a dog bone shaped cookie cutter from the . Wilton also has a dog-shaped and a paw-shaped cookie cutter that would be cute for making homemade dog treats your dog will love! You can use them for people , too!Storing - These sandwich dog cookies, like all of the recipes for dog cookies here at Dog Treat Kitchen, do not have preservatives. So, you will want to keep these refrigerated for one week, and in the freezer for up to 6 months.This is a versatile dog cookie recipe. Easily switch the cream cheese filling for peanut butter dog treat icing (recipe below). Or, if you're watching your dog's sugar intake, use sugar free preserves or jam to make this sandwich dog cookie complete.But what to make for a dog that loves whole foods just as much as I do!? Well, when I checked the calendar and saw that today is National Peanut Butter Cookie Day, I knew exactly what I should make. Peanut Butter Cookie Dog Treats that are tasty enough (and safe!) for humans to munch on too. After all, I never share a recipe that I haven’t tried myself, so I knew I needed to make something that I could eat and Ella would LOVE as well.These adorable cookies, and other recipes for dog cookies can be made in advance for your next dog party. Bake the cookies a few days in advance, and combine the icing ingredients. Before the party ice the cookies for the freshest and most delicious homemade dog treat.This was my 2nd time making these exactly as the recipe calls for & my dogs love them! I only get about 3.5 dozen because I use regular cookie cutters. Gorgeous treats - perfect for Christmas gifts!!