This peanut butter dog treat uses safflower oil which has a good source of vitamins E and K. It is also contains omega 6 fatty acids.
In addition, safflower oil may help moisturize your dog's skin. Safflower oil is flavorless and colorless, so the true smell and taste of the peanut butter will shine through.
Additional flour for rolling
Storing:This peanut butter dog treat should stay fresh in the fridge for about 3 weeks. Keep it fresh even longer in the freezer for at least 6 months.
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Peanut Butter Dog Treat - how long will it last?
I have not tried these yet. I would like to know how long these last. Chef's Answer ~ If you bake the dog treats so that there is little to no moisture …
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