Recipe by sparkybuddy56
"Any dog will be sure to love these doggie biscuits. They have just the right amount of peanut butter flavor to please your four-legged friends!"
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I love this recipe! And, more importantly, so do my dogs! :) I didn't have "corn flour", so I substituted with an extra cup of all-purpose flour. It turned out fantastic. I think my dogs like it better than my usual biscuit recipe! Thanks!
Somehow following the recipe making shapes did not work out for me and I'm not sure how to describe it but they did this kind of peal apart thing. I was wanting something more hard and solid than they turned out but maybe I did something wrong. The dogs liked them alot anyhow though.
**Warning** Don't make these while hungry. I had to keep telling myself they were for the puppy. Anna Belle is still sitting at my feet performing all her puppy tricks trying to get another one. I didn't know what corn flour was so I hit up everyone on the Recipe Exchange. Someone said it was probably Masa, someone else said sub rice flour, which I did. My dough was a bit wet, next time I'll throw in a bit more flour. My cookie cutter must be big, I got about 45 treats. This is a really fun recipe, my family is going to be so impressed. I will make more of these for friends who love dogs. Thanks again!
I first made them using dog bone cookie cutter but since they have peanut butter I switched to making them like people peanut butter cookies, smashing balls down with a fork. Had a bit of trouble with them drying the first time but AR "Buzzers" suggested leaving in oven to dry out after bake time, worked great. Also, didn't melt the peanut butter the second time, just mixed the whole thing with pastry blender then hands.
Here is the only change I made after spending a l-o-n-g time with the cookie cutter (my dog cares less if they are cute or not) I pressed the dough out with my hand on a nonstick cutting board and used my pizza cutter to cut the dough into little squares. Then used a spatula to transfer to the cookie sheet. Since I tripled the recipe and was afraid the treats would mold, I tossed them in a ziplock bag and stored them in the freezer.
my dog loves these treats. i made smaller bite sized ones and got over 100 treats. I used 2 cups of all-purpose because i don't have any corn flour and i also used 1/4 cup of sausage fat and 1/3 cup of peanut butter. besides that i followed the recipe exactly. next time i will cut out the oil and use the sausage fat in its place and will increase the peanut butter to one cup. i fed one to my brother and he said it was a little bland but every time anyone goes near the container these are in my dog tries to get them. i am not concerned about them going moldy because i made them yesterday and over half are gone. If you put these in an air tight container these will last at least 2 weeks. (i used ziploc)
This is a really easy recipe that my dogs LOVE!!! I hope everyone elses dogs will enjoy this recipe!
These treats are awesome! My dogs, a golden and a lab, love them. Thier tails were going a mile a minute! Like others, I didn't have any corn flour, so I used all-purpose flour. Since it is such a large batch, I put cookies in a plastic bags and gave them to other dogs in the neighborhood as holiday treats!
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