Showing the furry friends some love today!
Peanut butter dog treats with oatmeal and beef broth is sure to be a drool-worthy treat for your dog. I’ve been sharing a lot of desserts recently (and I have some more planned!) so I decided to switch it up today and share dog treats!
It might sound super high maintenance to make homemade dog treats. Why make some when you can just grab some at the store? Well, they’re actually really easy – just dump everything in one bowl, mix, and portion out on a cookie sheet. Truthfully, I’ve only made Baxter homemade treats a handful of times, I definitely buy treats waaaay more than making him homemade treats.
Lucky for me, Baxter doesn’t have any dietary restrictions. So yes, these treats have grain in them. I was looking for something simple, rather than something grain-free. These make a great gift for a friend’s dog, during the holidays (hello dog treat cookie swap), or for your dog’s birthday.
If I thought it was tricky to photograph food, I was wrong. Taking a photo of Baxter with dog treats is SO HARD. For some crazy reason he’s afraid of the camera (seriously, he runs away if I try to take a photo of him) and he loves treats. He tried to be patient but he didn’t do a very good job. I’m very jealous of all the perfect dog treat photos.
I wanted to make dog bone treats or some cute shape. But then reality hit, I’m already making homemade treats for my dog, am I really going to take time to roll & cut the dough? A big NO, absolutely not. So instead I just portioned them with a cookie scooper. Way easier.
Are you going to spoil your dog and make these Peanut Butter Dog Treats? Leave a comment below with any questions or suggestions!
Peanut Butter Dog Treats
|Yield: makes 60 1-inch dog treats|
Peanut butter dog treats with oatmeal and beef broth is sure to be a drool-worthy treat for your dog.
- 1 1/2 cup quick oats
- 2 cups flour
- 1 cup peanut butter
- 1 cup beef broth
- 1 egg
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- In a large bowl combine all ingredients. If dough is too dry, add more broth. Add more oats or flour if dough is too wet.
- Scoop dough in 1 inch balls. Bake 30 - 40 minutes, until lightly browned. Let cool.
- Store in the fridge.
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Pleeeease give me the treat now, I’ve been a good boy. – Baxter