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Toby, the dog who embraces being an omnivore and is my kitchen helper, was immediately intrigued at the part when the peanut butter and honey were microwaved. He's had some of the dough and some of the cookies. Even Trixie, our confirmed carnivore, likes them. These are pretty rolled after being dropped. The dough is really soft, so I chilled the dough in the freezer while the first pan baked. I got two pans of about 60 cookies total. Thanks for posting.
My wonderful "children" loved these little treats! I told them I was making the treats for them, and they sat right next to the oven waiting on them. Of course, they sit in the kitchen anytime I cook, so maybe I am imaging that they "knew" they were for them! They smelled wonderful while cooking, unlike some other dog treats I have made. Easy to make, and I will make them again. My two dogs loved them!! I made this just because I thought they sounded great, not for tag or anything! But I did find them because of a tag game! Thank you so much for posting your recipe.
These were so easy to get together and my two pups just loved them!!! I made mine a little bigger so it only made 22 treats. Thanks for posting a healthy dog treat recipe. Made for Everyday is a Holiday tag.
Maggie cannot sit still....just the smell of these cookies is making her crazy! I am the best Nana in the world!
My Lola and Bubba LOVE these! I may be the new favorite of the house!
Jack Russell and Dachshund approved. (Although, they would probably approve anything!!) Very easy; smells great while baking!! A little crumbly, but otherwise, great.
These are cute and great tasting little treats! My dog loved them and my dad didn't even know they were for dogs! I used whole wheat flour and used 1/2 t baking powder and 1/2 t baking soda because I was worried the 1 t baking soda would be a little bitter. Anyway, super easy to make, great dog recipe :)
You got 6 votes for a big YES from my herd. Everyone of them, even the puppies loved them. As always, Betty and Lucy were very hesitant at first, but when they saw the babies tear into them they went for it. I only gave each one of them 1 treat and almost didn't get back into the house with the bag. As the making the recipe. I did had some trouble blending everything. I finally just picked it all up with my hand and kneeded it some to get it mixed in well. I also melted the shortening to get it to mix in better. thanks for making some very happy dogs.
This was easy to make, and my dogs LOVE it! I doubled the recipe and made little tiny balls for puppy training. I'll be saving this one to make again and again! Thanks, Annacia! :)
Very easily prepared and very well received! Not that I can say Tank and Ruby are particularly fussy, but oh, the joy of being thought of :) I made them bigger so I got about 20, thereabouts, next time I will double the recipe. Thank you, Annacia, easily whipped up and so very much, nb, I am keeping them in the fridge -- not that they will last long, but somehow I feel they may do better refrigerated, given our very hot weather! Thank you, made for PRMR tag game