Vegetable Flavored Dog Treats

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 25 mins

These are a nice change of flavor for my dog Tobey..

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat oven to 350*.Prepare your pans, lightly oil then and set aside.
  2. Combine dry ingredients and mix in bacon grease, or melted margarine, if you prefer -- until this mixture resembles corn meal --
  3. Mix in lightly beaten egg and add enough of the water (or juice from canned vegetables***(that you used to get mixed vegetables for the 1 cup pureed).just to form a ball --
  4. With fingers, pat out dough to 1/2" thickness on lighly oiled cookie sheet.
  5. I score these with a pie crimper, or pizza cutter or knife into size you prefer for your friend.
  6. Bake at 350* for 25-30 minutes.
  7. ***NOTE***you can puree your choice of fresh, or canned vegetables or even frozen.and I normally use Mrs. Knorr's soup seasoning.but you could use what ever is in your area --
  8. serving size depends on what size you score the treats for your dog.
Most Helpful

Garlic contains a compound named thiosulphate. In extremely high levels thiosulphate can be a dangerous toxin that cause hemolytic anemia in dogs. But we’re not talking about garlic dog treats, supplemental garlic, or healthy table scraps that may have included fresh garlic in the recipe. We’re talking about situations where your pet sniffs out several bulbs of garlic you were about to use for a giant batch of homemade spaghetti sauce for the whole neighborhood and winds up eating 50 cloves in one sitting. So, putting a little garlic powder in your dog's treat or in foods you give him isn't going to kill him.

Midnight Sun Chef July 14, 2008

Garlic is a poison for all pooches. So are onions, mushrooms, potato peels, butter, fat renderings and countless other things that we eat every day. Please be educated when using someone elses recipe fellow dog lovers.

love_thy_pup June 17, 2008