Make Your Own Apple Cinnamon Dog Treats

Make Your Own Apple Cinnamon Dog Treats

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Apple Cinnamon Dog Treats
These super easy dog treats are sure to be a hit! Oatmeal, cinnamon applesauce, and an egg is all you will need to seem like a master chef to your special pup. In fact they will sit by the oven while these bake!
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Cuisine: Dog Treats
Recipe type: Dog Treats
Serves: 6 large cookies
Ingredients
  • 1 cup Dry Quick Cook Oatmeal
  • ½ cup Cinnamon Apple Sauce or Apple Sauce with s dash of Cinnamon Added
  • 1 large Egg
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In large clean but dry mixing bowl pour the cup of oatmeal. Add the applesauce and mix well. Once everything is mixed together add the egg and mix again.
  3. If you want to get fancy or happen to have either whoopie cake molds or mini bunt pans you can spoon the mixture into the pan. If you just have the basics use a cookie sheet (that's the thin metal baking sheet). Grease the pan or tray with oil - as long as your pet doesn't have any allergies the only oil you should stay away from is grapeseed oil.
  4. Scoop the mix into the molds or create big drop cookies using a tablespoon.
  5. Once the oven is to temperature place the tray or pan in the oven for 22 minutes. Make sure to set he kitchen timer and not rely on watching the time. You will likely have a dog sitting in front of the oven making sure you remember but the telephone will ring or you will get an important email and completely forget about the oven.
  6. The cookies should just pop right out of the pan or slide off of the tray immediately so you can allow to cool. Since your dog is likely begging by this point as soon as the cookies are body temperature you can allow your dog to have a bite or two.
Notes
We always get a ton of people leaving comments on our dog treat posts about how they want to eat the treats themselves. We say go for it. But realize they will not have all that much flavor compared to a regular cookie. So while your toddler might think it is the funniest thing to share a cookie with the dog you likely aren't going to enjoy them much.

If you make these Apple Cinnamon Dog Treats for Your Dog come back and let us know!


Apple Cinnamon Dog Treats

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Comments

  1. These sound tasty, printed it and shared.
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  2. Jessica Sala-Bonin says:

    I have tons of apples left from a recent apple picking trip that I now plan on making applesauce and these with 🙂

  3. These sound yummy! We went apple picking this fall and I made homemade apple sauce which will be perfect for making these. I’ll let you know when I make them!
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  4. How long will these luscious treats last? How should I store them. thanks.

  5. Thanks so much for this recipe! I’ve made the biscuits several times, and all my dogs love them! I love them, too. I use a little dog cookie cutter or drop them by teaspoons on a greased cookie sheet. calculated 400 calories for the entire mixture.I make 16-18 cookies from the mixture. They last longer and have fewer calories than bigger ones. Charley, my Cavalier, is a little on the plump side. I also eat these biscuits! They are so delicious warm, straight from the over or stored in the fridge. I’m sure they’d last a couple of weeks, but we usually eat them in a few days. I try to leave them on the cookie sheet for 15-20 minutes and they get crunchy. I guess you can tell, I love these cookies! Thanks so much for sharing the recipe.

  6. Hi, Felissa. We came across this great fall recipe of yours and would love to feature it on the BestBullySticks Healthy Dog Blog. Please reach out via email for more details.
    Thanks!

  7. Chris Summers says:

    I am trying them now. I had half the applesauce so I added a banana to the recipe. I opened up the oven to sample a warm piece. It’s going to be tasty! Thank you.

  8. instead of using dry quick cook oatmeal can i use rolled oats?

  9. They are baking now! I used natural applesauce with only a tablespoon of cinnamon applesauce to cut down on the sugar. Put a little extra sprinkle of cinnamon too. I filled a small biscuit cutter to make 6 large cookies but these would be so cute in a bone shape. I’m sure my girls are going to love them! Thanks for an easy, healthy treat. I think it’s the best alternative to store bought. I feel so much better making treats myself.

  10. I’m tired of giving my lab pup store bought junk treats. We’re making these today!!!

  11. Elisha curnew says:

    What can I use in place of an egg my dog is allergic

  12. Melynda Dobranski says:

    Should these be stored in the refrigerator?

  13. Do you chop the oatmeal to flour in a food processor? The only reason i ask is because the picture didn’t appear to show any oatmeal grains in the finished product.

  14. Kristina Houston says:

    Do you store in frig or is it ok to keep outside of the fridge in a airtight container?

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