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Give Your Pup These LipSmacking Birthday Bones

recipe for healthy dog

These cookies are wonderful for your furry friends and the best gift you can offer them. You can use doggie type cookie cutters such as bone or fire hydrants to give your cookies an enticing look. Let’s try this easy and quick homemade recipe for healthy dog treats that you can prepare in the comfort of your home.


2 cups whole wheat flour

1 tablespoon baking powder

1cup natural peanut butter (unsalted)

1 cup skim milk

Preparation Time: 35 min

How To Prepare:

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Grease cookie sheets. Mix together flour and baking powder and set it aside.

Blend together the peanut butter and milk in a medium bowl. Stir in the flour mixture till it is perfectly blended. Take the mass of dough and dump it all onto a lightly floured counter or surface and begin kneading till it becomes smooth. Roll out dough into a thickness of ¼ inch and cut into shapes using cookie cutters. Put dough pieces onto the prepared cookie sheet and place them at 2 inches apart.

Bake for 20 minutes inside the preheated oven or till it turns light brown. Take it off from cookie sheets to cool on wire racks.

The easiest homemade dog treats ever – simply mix, roll and cut. Easy peasy, and so much healthier than store-bought!

How Long Do Homemade Dog Treats Last?

Your homemade dog biscuits can last for eight months if you put them in an airtight container inside the refrigerator. This gives longer storage of your dog treats. The main reason to perfectly store your treats and know about the various food storage options is to make the best out of the harvest time where you can choose produce at its freshest and prepare them into dog treats.

Moreover, proper storage also lets you throw a stress-free dog party if there are abundant treats already prepared in the refrigerator or freezer. Further, these homemade treats are a fun reward for your pup and make a wholesome and nutritious snack. Besides, it prevents unhealthy additives as the commercial dog treats contain preservatives and byproducts. You can create your dog treat recipes according to the taste preferences of your dog and also cater to dietary limitations.

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