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These were super easy, with on-hand ingredients and made a really fun activity for 5 yr old DD and I to do for Christmas gifts. I had a cookie cutter in the shape of a bone from several Halloweens ago and it worked perfect for these. We got 41 cookies with the 2-1/2-inch cutter and then decorated two empty metal tins to give these treats to our favorite fur-babies . Thanks for sharing this recipe, scotty's mom!
Made as a Christmas gift for all my family and friends with pooches. My dachshund and my mom's boxer LOVED them! I doubled the recipe and got about 50 treats, about the size of the smaller milkbone treats. I shaped them into bones by making an oval shape then flattening it in my hand and pinching in the center until they resembled bones. Thanks for an easy recipe that is a tried and true treat for my little friends :)
I made these for my lab that loves peanut butter. I also gave them to co-workers for there dogs. I made small balls of dough and pressed them with a fork to give the appearance of traditional peanut butter cookies. Sooo easy.
love it! finished in no time and so much cheaper then buying treats. i cut mine into triangles so i can use them for training. i think it'll be perfect. thanks!
My little bulldog Hope loves these I have made them twice now and as soon as she sees anyone near the treat bag she comes running. These are easy to make I just rolled the dough into a into a little log like loaf (like biscotti loaf) and cut them into slices and flattened them a little before I put them on my baking sheet. I got 40 each time. Hope and I both thank you for a great recipe.
Scuddy's reaction tells me he is VERY pleased with his treats! These were quick and easy to make. I cut them out to a few different shapes but I dont think Scuddy looked at them long enough to appreciate my hard work. He just gobbles them! Great recipe. Will definately be making these regularly.
I made these today and made these today and my dog LOVED them. She spent most of the day looking longingly at the cookie jar. I halved the batch and didn't roll them out. I formed small balls, half I left as balls, the other half I flattened with my hand. The cookies were pretty small so I baked them for 15 minutes each. A half batch made a whopping 120 small cookies! This recipe gets two paws up!
I made these for all of my friends and families doggies for Christmas, and they were a HUGE hit, no matter if for a chihuahua or a lab. Thanks for the recipe!
The kids and I had so much fun making these for our Siberian today. Like Paula I used reconstituted dry milk. My peanut butter was extra chunky which did make rolling it out a challenge. We cut them out using letter cookie cutters and now refer to "Nikita eating the alphabet" when we give her a treat!
My 2 dachsunds love these as well as my neighbors picky shitzuhs. Incredibly easy to prepare and ingredients I keep on hand not to mention inexpensive. I used reduced fat milk and might try reduced fat peanut butter next time. Thanks for posting....woof woof.