Why should the kids get all the home baked treats? With all the dog food recalls recently, it’s easy to forget that making simple, nutritious homemade dog biscuits for your furry friend is easy and usually involves just five or six pantry ingredients.
Why pay six, seven, eight dollars or more for organic, natural dog biscuits when you can make a batch of your own in less than a half hour that easily avoids preservatives, strange ingredients, fillers, and harmful chemicals?
These homemade dog biscuits are incredibly easy to make. If you have peanut butter and flour, you are mostly there. If not, it’s pretty adaptable.
You can sub in different flours or grains or your dog’s favorite flavor. Bacon bits? Sure. Some rice? Sure. Just not Xylitol. Or chocolate. And probably not cantaloupe, our dog’s favorite food.
It also makes a great project for kids. You can easily just shape them into balls or round discs. Or you can grab these dog biscuit cookie cutters for five bucks.
There’s really no reason not to give these simple dog treats a shot. You might also try this other homemade dog biscuit recipe which includes olive oil and cornmeal but is also just as easy.
Oh, and if you decide to sample one… just call it a crunchy peanut butter oatmeal cookie. No one will know.