How to Make Your Own Blueberry Peanut Butter Dog Treats

How to Make Your Own Blueberry Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Your Dogs will go nuts for these DIY 3 Ingredient Dog Treats

 
Blueberry Peanut Butter Dog Treats
 

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How to Make Your Own Blueberry Peanut Butter Dog Treats
Your dogs will go nuts for these easy DIY 3 Ingredient Dog Treats.
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Cuisine: Dog Treats
Recipe type: Dog Treats
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Ingredients
  • 2 cups flour (whatever you have at home is fine)
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 2 containers or 12 ounces of Blueberry Fruit on the Bottom Yogurt (not the fat free they have artificial sweeteners they will taste bitter to your dog and some can even be toxic)
Instructions
  1. Mix together the ingredients. If you don't have a fancy mixer feel free to use your hands. Your dogs will not care and it will be easier and quicker for you. Form into a ball and let sit.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 while allowing the dough to sit and the ingredients to come together more.
  3. When the oven is done Preheating form smaller balls out of the dough and place into muffin tins. The ones in the pictures are regular sized muffins but a better portion size would be mini muffins which. Or you could place the dough in a loaf pan and slice into serving size when it is finished cooking.
Notes
I used olive oil to coat the muffin tins so that it would not stick. Feel free to use any sort of healthy oil or none at all. They just might stick to the pan a little. I made I made 18 treats and only oiled the pan the first time. ***These are more roll like in consistency then muffin like so they will pretty much keep the shape you make them into. ****You could make these using apple, strawberry, banana, plain, or vanilla yogurt as well


 
3 Ingredient Dog Treats
 
How to Make Your Own Blueberry Peanut Butter Dog Treats
Davinia and Indiana were sitting around waiting for these to come out of the oven from the minute they smell the open Peanut Butter jar.

In the directions I say that you can use your hands to mi the dough. Feel free to allow your dog to lick the dough off your fingers there is nothing in these that would be harmful in the raw form and will make your dogs really happy they get to lick your hands. Right now they are cooling off I prefer to give food and treat at room temperature even though dogs can eat or drink things slightly warmed. Feel free to give to your dog while still warm.

Serving Suggestion
Next time I make these I will dig out my mini muffin tins because they are a much better size then regular muffins for a treat. I will probably only give the girls 1/4 though they might share that of the regular sized muffin at a time. I would probably give half the mini muffin as a serving size especially because this is a treat and not a meal or a substitute for a meal.

Can you try one?
I know this question will be asked so the answer is yes you can try a treat once they are cooked. There is sugar in them from the fruit on the bottom yogurt it just will not be as sweet as a snack as you might normally eat or make for yourself. I used a flour that has wheat in it which I am allergic to but I want to bake a few different treat recipes with it so I wanted it to be as close to the original wheat version as possible but still be able to stand the sell while cooking which this allowed me to do. I just will not be trying them to tell you what I think of the taste.

What NOT to do:
The first batch I cooked at 375 which was too hot and then got really brown which photographed well but was too high a heat for these to cook at. So for the 2 remaining batches I turned the oven down to 350 and it came out much better.
 
Since tomorrow is National Peanut Butter Day I thought I would leave a link to 16 Peanut Butter Recipes most of which are for you but there are a few more peanut butter dog treats as well.
 
 

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Comments

  1. Wow only 3 ingredients … how simple is that …will have to try this one soon
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  2. Jenna Wood says:

    These look so delicious!

  3. Your dogs are just too cute. These look good for people. LOL!
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  4. Shaking my little blonde head. Who knew you could make your dogs such a nice treat!
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  5. Talk about simple, I’ll be making these for sure.

  6. if they are good enough for the pooch, I’ll eat them!
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  7. Hmm. This is one delicious cookie – my doggy would of loved to try it too
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  8. These looks delish! Lucky dog! ^^)
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  9. I always thought dogs could not eat peanut butter. How interesting. Love how you included a what not to do section – sometimes that is more helpful than the step-by-step instructions. – Katy
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  10. I want to eat the dog food at your house! wow!
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  11. Trixie would love these! Definitely going to make them sometime!
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  12. Wow! Going to have to try them very soon! Its odd that a DOG treat looks so delicious!

  13. These sound yummy. Dex may need to try these!
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