I thought it was about time that I did a Dog recipe!
These are 4 ingredients but you could easily make them THREE
by just omitting the chicken or beef stock.
Especially since I have THREE dogs that I love very much!
So I didnt just have ONE taste tester- I had THREE!
This is such a delicious recipe that they all LOVED! There is a little secret ingredient that you can add in to the recipe that helps repel fleas AND dogs love it, plus its actually good for them too! its called ‘powdered brewers yeast’.
It can easily be found in any local health food store! I saw this amazing idea from one of my bloggers friends Judith over at Midnight Baker! Head over and give her a visit too, she has some really awesome recipes!!
Its super easy too!
Theres no eggs – the banana makes up for that 😉
Honestly, if you wanted- you could even eat them yourself.
I MAY have eaten one and it was YUM!
I did them into doggie bone shapes BUT you can make a bunch of fun shapes!
You can use beef or chicken stock- depending on which flavor your dog prefers!
Or just make a few of each!
It doesnt get easier than 4 ingredients!
I have two cats too and stay tuned for some kitty treats! I know some people are debating which flour to use- my dogs are great with wheat flour- a lot of store bought treats use that, Click Here for a list of other alternatives!
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4-Ingredient Dog Biscuits!
- 1 small overripe banana
- 1/2 Cup peanut butter
- 1/3 Cup chicken stock OR beef stock for beef flavor
- 1 Cup wheat flour
- 1/2 cup of powdered brewers yeast optional (for flea treatment)
- Preheat your oven to 350° and a line a baking sheet with parchment paper
- In a large mixing bowl, mash your banana
- Now add peanut butter, beef broth, and a 1/3 cup of flour at a time until well mixed
- Use a spatula to take all your dough out of your bowl and form into a large dough ball with your hands
- Roll your dough out with a rolling pin and use a bone cookie cutter to cut out your bone shaped dough, press your fork in the middle of the bones
- Bake your bone dog biscuits on your parchment paper lined baking sheet for about 16-18 minutes, depending on how thick your dough is
- Let cool and give one to your happy pup!
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Comments & Reviews
Emily Wieburg says
will ry soon Emily
Hazel Winchester says
In the oven as I write this note , I’m hoping my dogs will like these , very easy to make and the dough smells so good . Will update when cooled and dog tested.
Hazel Winchester says
The dogs loved them going to double the recipe next time ?
Do these turn out chewy or crunchy? Looking for some good crunchy ones since my dog likes to swallow chewy ones whole! Lol
Lisa M. says
they are crunchy Jen! My 3 dogs like them crunchy too 🙂
Candy Elwell says
What is the shelf life on these doggie treats?
Also wondering about shelf life.
Angela Ray says
Going to add a little molasses and substitute with applesauce.
Beth Fedorke says
Can you use regular flour instead of wheat?
Regular flour is so bad for dogs. Please use something more organic.
Brenda Weldon says
Is white flour ok to use. Brenda
Do you store them in an air tight container or in refrigerator
GARY Clark says
How long can you store these dog biscuits, and do they need to be refrigerated. Thanks, our dogs love them.
R gonzales says
But do they come out crunchy that’s what I’m looking for last ones I made were to stop I doubt he needs crunch
Do you use dogs peanut butter or ordinary peanut butter
I thought wheat is supposed to be bad for dogs!
sandy turner says
how long can these be stored & do they need to be stored in refrigerator. I had a recipe where they said to put in freezer & pull out as needed.
My dog loves them and they’re easy to make.
Can you use a non-gluten flour? We have a person with celiac.
Helen Shirley says
What is the shelf life & storage instructions on these dog treats?
I have recently read that peanut butter can be like poison to some dogs and make them sick. How can we verify that before making these.
Linda Simmons says
This sounds great! Thanks so much for sharing. I don’t mean to be stupid but does flour count as a grain? For my dog can’t have grains. I would absolutely love to see your home made cat treats for my feral kitty