Peanut Butter Dog Treats
Have you ever made homemade treats for your pooch yet? You have to try! These peanut butter dog treats are for all of your wonderful dogs! These are easy to make and come together very quickly. I use a combo of all purpose flour and whole wheat, some peanut butter and milk! That’s it! They can be prepared in a kitchen aid mixer or right in a bowl! You can play around with this recipe and add some extra goodies, too. I just added some cooked bacon on my latest version ad my dog, Creampuff, was thankful I did! You could also add some shredded cheese! Another yummy idea is to brush the top of each biscuit with chicken or beef broth before baking in the oven. Dogs ROCK so let’s show our love with a peanut butter treat! I hope your pups enjoy this as much as mine. These also make great doggie gifts for the holidays or birthdays. You can wrap a few in cello with a big ribbon for a nice presentation! *Note: always consult your vet to make sure the ingredients are safe for your pup! You may also love Strawberry Banana Dog Treats and Peanut Butter Banana Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats. If you make any of these recipes be sure to send us some photos of your happy pup!
You may need:
Dog Bone Cookie Cutter
Peanut Butter Dog Treats
- 2¼ cups whole wheat flour
- ¾ cup all purpose flour
- 1¼ cup SKIPPY creamy peanut butter
- 1 cup milk
- Optional: a few slices of cooked bacon, chopped
- Combine milk and peanut butter in a bowl and mix until smooth.
- Gradually add flours.
- (If using bacon, add now.)
- Knead dough by hand and roll out on floured surface to desired thickness. Cut-out treats.
- Place parchment on cookie sheet and bake 15 minutes at 400°F.
- Cool completely before serving to your lucky dog! hee hee
- Note: If dough seems too dry or crumbly, add a little more milk
- Note: I sometimes brush the tops with beef or chicken broth before baking!
- * Always speak to your vet before baking something new for your pup!
RUTH WOODS says
If I do not have whole wheat flour, can I use ap flour instead.
Probably but check with your vet first to be sure!!
I have never made dog cookies with milk. Have you experienced any issues?
I have made these many times but of course, check with your vet first!!
mary jane Harris says
I have never tried to make my king treats before but wull try this
He’ll love you for it!!
Linda Walker says
I have the same recipe however, I use 1 cup of water instead of milk and I add 1 TBS of oil. My doggies love these. The oil helps to keep their coat shiny.
It’s to bad that you only have that one recipe for dogs. It doesn’t say that you have five recipes but they are all the same one. You do have great site. I would love if you could get more for the dogs.
Hugs & Cookies xoxo says
sorry-hope ur pooch likes it
Kathy & Mike Strough says
I just made these treats, and he does love them , but I have a couple questions—-are they supposed to be really really crispy and hard? (mine are not) and how do I store them? will they spoil? can i freeze them or will that not make them crunchy? I made my dough 1/4″ thick, the small 1.5″ bone shaped cutter , and it made just over 100
BCP Veterinary Pharmacy says
wow! love diy treats for dogs! thanks 😉