How To Make Dog Treats
Making your own dog treats can be as satisfying for you as they are for your favorite furry friend. Dogs love receiving treats after doing something that pleases you, and they should be rewarded for good behavior, it will teach them to continue these behaviors and behave. On top of that you can enjoy the fun of making some creative baked goods for your dog, that are made of some of the most tasty ingredients for them like bacon, peanut butter, and other ingredients that make some great cookies and biscuits for them.
Here is a great recipe for you to make so you can know how to make dog treats at home instead of spending money monthly on the store brand treats.
Peanut Butter and Banana Dog Biscuits
These are a great combination of two of the tastiest treats that your dog will love. If your dog is like just about any other in this world, they love peanut butter—no matter how funny they may look when they eat it. Combining some banana into these biscuits will give them a great blend of flavor that they won’t be able to get enough of.
Whole Wheat Flour—1 Cup
Wheat Germ—1/2 Cup
Egg White Beaten For Brushing—1 Egg
Peanut Butter—1 Cup
Mashed Bananas—1/2 Cup
How To Prep
Estimated Preparation Time: 25-30 minutes
1. Preheat your oven to about 300 degrees Fahrenheit and grease the pan you are going to use lightly so that your biscuits won’t stick to it while baking.
2. Add your egg, peanut butter, mashed bananas, and honey all into one bowl together and blend them vigorously.
3. Stir in the flour and wheat germ to the mixture.
4. Once you have created dough you can roll it onto a floured board or counter space and make it about ¼ of an inch thin.
5. Grab your cookie cutter and cut out as many shapes as you can with your rolls out dough.
6. Place your cut cookies onto the greased pan and brush the top of them with the eggs whites that you have lightly beaten.
How To Bake
Estimated Baking Time: About 30 minutes
Place your pan into your preheated oven and let them bake for about 30 minutes or until they have become dry and have a golden brown color to them. This can vary on the size and thickness that you cut your biscuits in. Once you have reached your desired baked quality and time, you an remove them from the oven to allow them to cool down.
Once they have cooled down enough to not burn your dogs mouth, you can give your buddy one of these incredible treats, and enjoy the satisfaction of making your dog their treat with your own hands and baking skills. There are a variety of different types of treats that you can make your dog, and if you can make a basic recipe such as this—you will have no problem making ones with their favorite foods.