Recipe Reviews for Peanut Butter & Soy Milk Dog Biscuits



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I give this 5 paws!

by Catherine Donker
(St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada)

cut outs

cut outs

cut outs
ready for the oven
frosted and setting up
he can even lick the bowl :)

This is a flexible and forgiving recipe! I have used molasses when I haven't had any honey handy and have played with adding corn meal as well. Easy to roll out and shape or if you prefer drop cookies, you can fork them like regular PB cookies, or add carob chips...shredded carrots? With such a great base, you can easily adapt to whatever suits your imagination.
Dogs love these cookies and they keep very well.

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Great dog treat!


My dog loves these! I used almond milk instead of soy as it was all I had and added a tablespoon of ground flax seed for a little extra nutrition.

I didn't have any bone cookie cutters but I cut some out with a knife and did some more fun shapes. Great recipe!

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My dog LOVES these dog treats

This recipe is pretty easy, and my dog absolutely adores them.

He hates having to go in his kennel when I leave, and these treats have helped ease some of my guilt. In the morning he now runs to his kennel when I have to leave because he knows one of these treats will be waiting inside.

The only problem is that they are quite difficult to roll out. They fall apart so easily. But I got over this by using parchment paper.

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They came out wonderful!

by Allison
(Erie, PA, USA)

I tried the peanut butter dog treats. They came out wonderful! My dog enjoys them very much. I had to add a little more milk than required to get the dough to stick. But I just wanted to say thank you for the recipe. It saved us money from buying our own. I never knew making them would be so easy.

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Delicious!

by Kelley
(New Jersey)

Brody, our 4 month old beagle, absolutely LOVES these cookies!

I used almond milk instead of soy milk and skipped the honey.

He got curious as soon as I opened the peanut butter jar, and then almost ate a piece off the tray as I put them in the oven; it's like he knew they were for him! I'll definitely be making these again!

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Is this ok for my overweight dog?

by Allison
(Erie, PA, USA)

I want to try the peanut butter dog treat recipe but I have a question. My dog is a little overweight will this be OK for her or is it like junk food in a dogs version?

And also how can I get my dog to lose weight, I heard they live longer at the right weight.

Chef's Answer ~ This treat should be fine for your dog. I do my best to only publish recipes that are healthy for dogs, so it is not like junk food. :)

Homemade dog treats do not have the refined sugars, excess salt and chemical preservatives like some store bought treats, so in that way they are quite healthy for the average dog.

If you are concerned with getting your dog to his/her ideal weight, you need to consult with your Veterinarian. Only she can guide you in the right food and exercise program specifically designed for your dog according to breed, age and current health.

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