Molasses Peanut Rewards Dog Treats

"Molasses is a sweetener that is actually good for your dog, providing manganese and a variety of other trace minerals. Portion size: For small dogs, 1/2 treat; for medium dogs, 1 treat; for large dogs, 2 treats."
Molasses Peanut Rewards Dog Treats created by Sarah S.
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  • Preheat oven to 350.
  • Whisk together the molasses, peanut butter, water, and vegetable oil.
  • Combine the oats and flour. Slowly add to the wet ingredients.
  • Mix thoroughly, drop tablespoonfuls onto a baking sheet, and press down.
  • Bake for 25-30 minutes or until firm.
  • The treats will keep well up to 2 weeks in an airtight container.
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  1. vikkiweeks
    My dog loves only soft treats....think he's indulged? Can I bake these for less time, to make them softer, and not end up with gummy cookies?
  2. preciousk2011
    What could I substitute oats with? Could I replace with more flour? Has anyone used almond or coconut flour?
  3. Susan at Nellwood
    Easy to toss together! Our pups love them. I make them all the time! Thanks for a simple and natural recipe! (My vet even approved of the natural ingredients!)
  4. Kdogg331
    I just made these for my dog and he LOVES them. Still have to cook up the rest of the dough but gave him a couple fresh from the oven, after a bit of cool down of course, to sample and he loves them. Drooled all over himself for the first one and for the second one, came running off the bed and drooling again. For clarification, he NEVER does that, he is a very lazy dog and sometimes you have to practically drag him off the bed. So for him to come running for cookies, they MUST be GOOD. I tried a bite myself and personally, I don't see the appeal, but judging by all the drool, my dog obviously does. Dough is also very easy to work with so that's a plus. Soooo, needless to say, this recipe is 5 stars, 2 thumbs up, 4 paws up, from us! Will definitely be making again when we run out. Thanks for the great recipe!
  5. Hawaii Cook
    The dough for these cookies works wonderfully for silicone molds as well as the method used in the recipe. Doesn't take long to make and our pampered pooch loves them. Thank you for posting this easy and healthy treat.

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