Recipe Reviews for Sugar Free Candy Canes



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Great Christmas Dog Treat Recipe!

by Sherri
(Canada)

finished treats

finished treats

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Tyler can't wait
Tyler enjoying it!

I made these for my 2 pups last night and they came out wonderfully and both pups LOVE them! I used regular milk instead of powdered and peppermint extract instead of peppermint oil and I also decided to go with red and green food coloring. I had to use quite a bit of food coloring but it was worth it! My pups love them and we are all happy! Great dog treat recipe!

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Yum yum pepermint

Dogs liked them, but they did take a bit of time to make them.

Totally worth it! A great Christmas time treat!

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These Dog Treats Turned Out Pretty Good

by Shari
(Lubbock, Texas)

Made this recipe last night. They turned out pretty good. They are not as good as the picture with this recipe, but good. I did not put in the peppermint, but did use the red food color. My suggestion(s): keep dough cold at all times. Makes it easier to roll into "worms" and easier to handle when twisting. Keep dough covered so it does not dry out. I rolled out the "worms" on my granite counter top and they did not stick to it. Good luck.

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split dog treat recipe.....better color
by: maggies mom

I have made these twice. One batch in freezer for gifts. This time I did in 2 separate bowls and split recipe. 1/2 in each. Added food coloring into liquid ingredients before adding to dry. Mixed out to a much nicer color, and not as much kneading. My 13 yr old lab loves these.

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