No Bake Dog Treats

No Bake Dog Treats

I’m going to admit that I am a little too obsessed with my dog. Tara is so squishy and fun to cuddle. I can’t resist her. When Jake brought her home at 8 weeks old, I couldn’t believe how long her ears were and her paws were the size of my fist. To say she’s loved is an understatement.

tara easter dress
Jake was so mad I put her in a dress. Tara wasn’t too happy either.

We found out pretty early that poor Tara Dog has a few food allergies.  We’ve had to adjust her food several times to deal with it. Since she is turning 5 tomorrow, I wanted to make her something special. Last year Audrey and I made her a cake and you can find the recipe here.

I looked up some dog treat recipes and just wasn’t a fan of some of them. I needed something simple that Audrey could participate in. No bake dog treats kept popping up. They all called for pumpkin puree not pumpkin pie filling. There wasn’t any pumpkin puree at my grocery store and I wasn’t going to use baby food (which would work if you have some already.) So we decided to try and make up our own again.

No Bake Dog Treats
No Bake Dog Treats
Print Recipe
These no bake dog treats are a wonderful treat for your furry friend. So simple to make and great for little hands to help with. You can grab a treat out the freezer any time.
Prep Time
20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 20 minutes in freezer
Prep Time
20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 20 minutes in freezer
No Bake Dog Treats
No Bake Dog Treats
Print Recipe
These no bake dog treats are a wonderful treat for your furry friend. So simple to make and great for little hands to help with. You can grab a treat out the freezer any time.
Prep Time
20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 20 minutes in freezer
Prep Time
20 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
0 20 minutes in freezer
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. In a mixing bowl add the peanut butter, apple sauce and 1/2 cup flour. Mix it together with an electric mixer if possible. Slowly add 1/2 cup of flour at a time until you get a play-doh like consistency. It might not need the full two cups. You want it to be slightly sticky and feel greasy to the touch. Once it's mixed, scoop out a small amount and roll into a 1" ball. Then roll the ball into a bowl of oats to coat. Then place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Once all of them are rolled, place the baking sheet in the freezer for around 20 minutes. Longer if they are bigger. Once frozen, you can keep them in a bag for around 6 months unless they get freezer burn.
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