Homemade Dog Treats are a great way to show your pet how much you love them! This Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treat is a simple biscuit recipe that your fur baby will love. If you’ve wondered How To Make Dog Treats, it’s much easier than you think. Let me show you how!
With 14 dogs of our own and another 7 between our daughters homes, well, we have a LOT of dogs! We want to treat them for sure but with a total of 21 dogs to spoil, it can get expensive. Apparently we do dog math here on the farm.
We try to be careful what we feed our pets so purchasing quality dog treats can get VERY $$$$! Enter this quick and simple recipe for peanut butter dog treats! Quick to make PLUS you are in control of the ingredients, ya just can’t go wrong with making your own.
Just a few simple ingredients is all it takes to make your furbaby super happy. If you like treating your pets be sure to check out this jerky recipe, this beef recipe and this sweet potato recipe. Yes, we do like to treat our pups!
Most of these items are simple pantry staples. You don’t have to use whole wheat flour (rice flour or coconut flour will work) but it is much better for your dogs. One thing you simply can not use is a peanut butter with XYLITOL as an ingredient. This sugar substitute is TOXIC for your pet. Paws off!
So quick and easy to make. Give these treats a try, your pup will love your for it!
An easy to make peanut butter treat for your fur baby
- 2-1/2 cups whole wheat flour plus a bit extra to sprinkle on counter
- 1 cup peanut butter
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 2 tbsp honey
- 1 each egg
- 1 cup water
Preheat oven to 350°
In a large mixing bowl combine flour and baking powder. Add the egg and one cup of water. Mix until ingredients are well blended.
Put in the one cup of peanut butter and two teaspoons of honey. Mix until the peanut butter and honey are well incorporated
Sprinkle a bit of whole wheat flour on your countertop and work the dough a bit until it is smooth and plyable. Roll out your dough to about 1/4" – 1/2" thickness. Using cookie cutter, cut your shapes and place on a cookie sheet that is covered with parchment paper so the treats won't stick.
Bake for about 20 minutes being sure to keep an eye on them. The treats should be a golden brown color.
Remove and place on a wire rack to cool.