Doggie Paw-Sicles

21Aug09

DogTreats_plate

Well, this isn’t exactly something you would try at home… unless you have a pooch as spoiled as mine! For her birthday, I wanted to make her something special. I knew there were recipes out there for home-made biscuits and things like that, but a) our oven is still broken and b) it’s a hundred degrees out anyway. So I kind of invented this recipe instead. Once I rolled out the dough I froze the shapes – Peanut was happy to have a nice cold treat to gnaw on when she returned home, all tired out, from camp yesterday! It’s a no-bake, frozen dog cookie!

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Paw-Sicles
Oatmeal
Peanut Butter
Honey
Flour (white or whole wheat)

Mix in three times as much oatmeal as peanut butter and add a squirt of honey. If the dough is too sticky, mix in flour until you can roll it out by hand. Form different shapes according to the size of the dog you are spoiling! Serve as-is or frozen for a summer treat. For an extra crazy special treat, try embedding a small piece of cheese in the middle of a ball of this dough. Or add shredded cheese to the dough. Oh the possibilities…!

**Please keep in mind that every dog is unique and they have allergies just as humans do. If your dog is allergic to any of the ingredients listed, obviously do not make this for them. If you’re not sure, it’s most likely ok, but feed them a tiny little bite to try and wait a few hours or a day before giving them a bigger portion. Just use your common sense! None of these ingredients are otherwise toxic to dogs, but never feed your dog chocolate, onion, garlic, raisins, grapes or any of the other human foods that are known to have adverse effects on doggies! OK disclaimer done!

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2 Responses to “Doggie Paw-Sicles”

  1. Wow! A no-bake doggie treat! Im gonna make this for my dog right now! Thank you so much for sharing this!

  2. We must protect the dog,because the dog are friends that we trusted the most. I enjoyed reading your blog,thanks for visiting my blog also.


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