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Happy Birthday, Welly!
I was having trouble deciding what I should make for Welly (that’s my dog/best friend) for his birthday treat. I wanted something that he would love, something delicious. When I was figuring out this month’s blog theme I discovered that March is national peanut month! Well, that is perfect for Welly because he LOVES peanut butter! Two birds with one stone: peanut butter month on Epic Sweet and Welly’s birthday treat Double Peanut Butter Doggie Treats!
These Double Peanut Butter Doggie Treats are perfect for doing training with your dog. The treats are soft, small, and heavily peanut buttery. They are also grain free, which is great for dogs. Welly loves these treats and is ready to do pretty much any training for them! Another bonus of these treats they only take 3 ingredients! Dog treats are some of the best things to experiment with because generally speaking your dog isn’t going to complain. You can still get the benefit of seeing how different wet and dry ingredients work together and in what ratios they work for different consistency.
In a large bowl place two eggs, peanut butter powder, and peanut butter.
See, Welly wants them already and they aren’t even mixed up yet!
Stir the ingredients together until well combined.
Place the dough in a piping bag with a small hole cut in the bottom.
Pipe the dough into small dots on a cookie sheet. They should be about the size of a chocolate chip.
It makes a lot!
Bake the treats at 350F for 5 minutes.
Allow the treats to cool and then you’re ready to see if your doggie likes them as much as Welly!
These Double Peanut Butter Doggie Treats make a perfect addition to your treat pouch! If your dog is a peanut butter fan then these treats are sure to be a hit. They are so easy to make and I’m sure your dog will be willing to help with clean up.
What tricks can your dog do?
- ½c. peanut butter (I used JIF)
- ½c. peanut butter powder
- 2 eggs
- Preheat oven to 350F.
- In a large bowl combine all ingredients.
- Pipe the dough into small, chocolate chip sized, dots on a cookie sheet.
- Bake at 350F for 5 minutes or until firm to the touch.
- Cool completely.
Original Recipe By: Rilla Banks (A.K.A. Epic Sweet)