Smart Living Homemade Dog Treats That You Can Eat Too

18:47  10 april  2018
18:47  10 april  2018 Source:   spoonuniversity.com

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Homemade Dog Treats are so much easier to make than I would have ever thought a few years ago. Let me just tell you , my dogs love these homemade dog treats so much more than any store-bought treat I’ve ever given them! I’m very particular about what my pets eat , too .

Well, I’ve never been tempted to eat a dog treat , but I sure do love the peanut butter banana combo! Your dogs will be begging for these fresh breath treats that are practical too ! (via DIY Dog Mom). 5. Homemade Sweet Potato Dog Chews.

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Some people would say I have an unhealthy obsession with my dog. Preferring to hangout with your dog, spending all your money on your dog, and thinking about your dog all the time is normal! Let me live my life! So, the other day, when I was looking at dog accessories on Amazon, I came across these adorable baking molds. I had to rationalize spending the money, so I found a recipe for homemade dog treats that I could (technically) eat too, and I decided to share the recipe with the Spoon community.

What You'll Need

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I based my dog treats on this recipe, but I didn't have oat flour and wasn't about to buy it for this recipe. I used:

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Homemade dog treats are easy to make , and a huge hit with the Fido in your life. Puppy Pumpkin Pie Treats Recipe Puppies of all ages will find these healthful treats irresistible. We know your pup will eat that cute cat shape right up.

Homemade dog treats are super simple to make and you can easily tailor the recipe for any special diets. I just know your pooch will love these biscuits as much as Olive did, so don’t let fall pass without baking them up at your house too .

1 cup of pumpkin (make sure it isn't pumpkin pie filling)

1 1/2 (ish) cups of oats (either old fashion oats, or quick oats. It turned out fine with quick oats)

1/2 cup of peanut butter. Make sure the peanut butter doesn't have any xylitol in it!

Next, you'll just mix it all together in a big bowl. Or, if you're a lazy college student who only has a big tupperware, you use a big tupperware.

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I tried the mix, and it was delicious. Peanut butter doesn't sit well with me, so my stomach hurts, but YOLO. Eat dog treats while you're young.

Next, I put them into the adorable molds.

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I baked them for about 18 minutes at 350 degrees.

They came out so cute!!!

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I love knowing what's in my dog's treats. They're very peanut butter-y and a little dense, but Peep wasn't complaining.

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Unfortunately, much of what we humans eat is just not good for them. Wouldn’t it be great if you could prepare quick and easy homemade dog treats in your own kitchen just for them? I love the benefits of making my own dog treats at home , and think you will too !

But they’re also excellent for dogs ! I give my buddy Lipton a little broth with her dried food almost every day. And one of the benefits of making broth at home is that you can also make some simple homemade dog treats that your dog will absolutely love.

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Peep loves them! They're easy to make, they don't smell super meat-y and pungent like other dog treats, and you might even have the ingredients hiding in the back of your cabinets.

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