"If your doggy has been very good lately, here's a recipe for him/her! I'm sure your dog will love them! If you want to make more, you can double or triple this recipe. If you don't have some of the ingredients, just replace them with something like peanut butter or honey or whatever! Be creative!" — Stephanie
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graham cracker, crushed
1 1/2 tablespoons
shredded Cheddar cheese
chicken bouillon granules
granulated sugar for decoration
My dogs loved these. I omitted the jelly, sugar and corn syrup, added an egg and doubled the amount of flour and oats. My dogs said WOOF!!! Also, I made peanut butter ones with about a tablespoon of peanut butter and a teaspoon of honey, (minus the sugar jelly and corn syrup)
Actually - I just used part of this recipe - the cheese/water/oats/flour. I got rid of all the sugar - graham crackers/jelly/corn syrup - because my older dog has liver problems and sugar should be avoided. But she loved the modified version of these!!
My Yorky LOVED this treat. I added some peanut butter as suggested. I plan to bake up a larger batch for some friend's dogs too!
My 8year old wanted to make puppy treats this morning and he picked out this recipe. I made lots of changes, the main one being that I realized I was out of oatmeal and so I chopped up some hotdogs and added them to the dough. Also, I think the liquid is off in this recipe...I ended up adding a little milk to make the dough come together. Didn't add the sugar on top as our dogs are kind of chunky and don't need the extra calories, LOL!
My Dog Shadow LOVED these tasty treats, I upscaled it to servings of 10, thought it seems to make ALOT more then 10 servings!! I also added garlic to help with fleas and heart, so not only tasty but healthy too!!
My Boston Terrier, who usually eats ANYTHING, and everything, would not get anywhere near these. I'm hoping th dog across the street will like them so that all is not lost.
I helped my 4 yr old make this for our friends dogs. We rolled it out and cut with cookie cutters. My son loved making it and our friends all asked for the recipe saying their dogs loved the treats!
This recipe was ok, my dog liked it well enough but wasn't crazy about them. Of course, she is a very picky eater so it might just be her. I also wanted to suggest not to use RASINS as another reviewer suggested. Grapes and raisins are toxic to your beloved dog.
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