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#FeedMeFriday: Peanut Butter Cookies

It is an undeniable fact that dogs love eating peanut butter. Pure happiness can be seen as dogs smack their tongues against the roof of their mouths, greedily licking the tasty treat. Peanut butter is a good source of protein for your pup. It also contains healthy fats and lots of vitamins.

We are sure your canine will think this recipe for peanut butter cookies is pawsome. You can even add fish oil to the recipe to help make your pup’s coat healthier.

Raw, unsalted peanut butter is recommended for your pet. Quality, all natural brands help you to avoid food coloring and unnatural preservatives.

Ingredients:peanutbutter

-2 cups of flour
-1 cup of rolled oats
-1/3 cup of smooth peanut butter
-1 tablespoon of honey
-1 ½ cups of water
-1/2 tablespoon of fish oil (optional)

Directions:

-preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
-Mix together the flour and oats in a large mixing bowl. Pour in one cup of water and blend until smooth.
-Add in the peanut butter, honey and fish oil. Mix.
-Slowly add the remaining water until the mixture has a thick, doughy consistency.
-Lightly flour a cooking surface, and then roll the dough into a ¼ inch thick sheet.
-Use a cookie cutter to create shapes and place the cookies on a lightly greased baking sheet.
-Bake for 40 minutes and allow to cool before serving.

 

Have a recipe you love and want to share? Send it our way to maggie@doggybnb.com and we’ll make you part of one of our #FeedMeFriday posts.   Until next week, Paws Up!

 

Recipe courtesy of Angela Colley
Photo via petguide.com

More Recipes:

>> #FeedMeFriday: 5 Drool Worthy Holiday Treats for Your Pups

>> #FeedMeFriday: Chicken Pumpkin Stew

>> #FeedMeFridays: Bacon Pumpkin Butter Biscuits

 

 

My Buddy & Me: Amanda A. & Buster (3 y/o Brussels Griffon)
My Buddy & Me: John H & Oliver (6 y/o Terrier Rescue)

One thought on “#FeedMeFriday: Peanut Butter Cookies”

  1. Have you ever tried brown rice flour with these treats. Brown rice flour is less upsetting to dogs gut. I will try this recipe since I make all of our dogs (3 of them) treats! Thanks!

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