Peanut Butter Dog Treat

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Peanut Butter Dog Treat

Yes, you could buy a peanut butter treat for your dog, but wouldn’t you rather make it yourself, thereby ensuring its healthiness for your beloved dog?  If you have never tried giving your dog a peanut butter treat now is the time to do so.  In addition, you can have a lot of fun cooking up this yummy treat for “man’s best friend.” It is a fun and cheap activity, the end result of which could be a happy and satisfied dog.

The following recipe is easy to prepare, so don’t worry if your baking skills are not up to par – just enjoy making this delicious peanut butter dog treat for your good friend.

Ingredients: peanut butter, whole wheat flour, all purpose white flour, baking powder, milk.  Adjust the amounts accordingly.

  1. First of all, preheat the oven to approximately 180 degrees C.
  2. Then mix the milk and the peanut butter together. Keep stirring until the mixture has no lumps left in it.
  3. Now stir the whole wheat and all purpose white flour together with the baking powder into the mix, without making it too dry.
  4. The next part is a bit messy, but fun. Knead the mixture, making sure it is not too dry. If it is, add some more milk or even a small amount of water.
  5. Once you’ve rolled the mix, cut it into whatever shapes you like and bake for 15 minutes.
  6. Let the treats cool and then give your dog a fantastic surprise.

The wonderful thing about these peanut butter dog treats is that they can be stored easily and for a relatively lengthy amount of time. It could be that your dog will love you forever after he or she tastes these treats. Dogs are not particularly fussy about whether the treats are runny or dry, but after making your first batch you can experiment with amounts to make sure the mixture is not too dry or soggy.

After you have made these wonderful peanut butter dog treats, you can use them to your benefit. Dog training, for instance, can be greatly enhanced when you have a delicious reward after your dog has followed a command.   Or if he or she is behaving in a particularly good way, you can reward their behavior with a homemade peanut butter dog treat.