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These were fun to make. We have a 3 pound dog, so halved the recipe and still ended up with a ton. Instead of rolling them out, we just rolled them between our hands and pressed them to the right thickness. Our little pup loves peanut butter and ate these right up! Thanks!
Very easy to make and they were a hit with my Boston Terrier. I cut mine into bone & squirrel shapes. Check out my photo.
These are the easiest dog treats to make and my pooch just loves them. Every time I start making them my dog will just sit next to me until they are finished.
I just made these ! my LABS LOVE THESE ! To make the process easier i put the dough in the fridge for about 45 minutes before putting them on my cookie sheet.... That way you don't need the extra flour and the dough will not stick to your hands ! I also made these by making them like a human peanut butter cookie instead of rolling the dough. I thought 40 minutes in the oven was too long but it really takes that long if you want them to get hard . Great recipe !
Well, our little ones didn't care for these. We have one that will eat anything, but you could tell she really don't like these. Whe takes it in her mouth, and just holds it there. The other one won't even take it, but there isn't many ones she likes. I picked this one, because it called for all-purpose flour. Most of the other recipes calls for whole-wheat, and I never have that.There are so many recipes to pick from, it is hard to decide, but won't make this one again.
My dog is extremely finicky when it comes to dog treats. She turns her nose up to most store-bought treats, including some of the more expensive ones! Since she's so picky, I cut this recipe in half so I wouldn't waste too many ingredients if she didn't like them. Guess what! I'm going to have to make them again soon. She LOVES them! Thank you for helping me find an inexpensive homemade treat my dog likes :-)