Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipe

Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipe

Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipe is super easy to follow and your dog will love it!

Of all the dogs I have met all of them have loved my homemade dog treats. Our two dogs are peanut butter crazy. I wanted to find a slightly healthier way to let them continue to enjoy them. Using a natural peanut butter cuts out some of that unwanted sugars.

Some treats on the market right now are so expensive it is silly to buy them when you can make them for pennies.

Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipe
Summer & Iris Love our Homemade doggy treats
Ingredients

240g Wholemeal Flour
280g Unsalted Natural Peanut Butter
230g Milk skimmed or whole is fine

Method

Heat the oven to 180c and Grease a few trays. Using a medium bowl, mix the Peanut butter and milk together. Once you have mixed those ingredients add in the flour untill it is all well combined.

Lightly dusting your worktop with some flour,roll out your dough to your prefered thickness. Choose your cutter shape and then start cutting out your dough, I usually use a bone shape or a paw shape that you can buy online. Leaving a gap between your biscuits on the tray to make sure they don’t stick.

Bake for around 20 minutes or until they are golden, leave to cool and that’s it!

How easy was that? Obviously be sensible with them and don’t give them all to your dog in one go. A few a week is more than enough when they are eating a well balanced diet. Find out more on Balanced diets. Store in an airtight container and they will keep for around 4 weeks. You could try some other doggy friendly flavours too maybe some veg ones like carrot I know they would go down really well. Or maybe an apple based treat. Oh there are so many options!

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