Favorite Dog 'Cookie' Recipe: A Delicious Treat for Your Furry Friend

Favorite Dog 'Cookie' (pet food)

Favorite Dog 'Cookie' Recipe: A Delicious Treat for Your Furry Friend
Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: 30 minutes | Servings: 12


Favorite Dog 'Cookie'
Favorite Dog 'Cookie'

This recipe is a favorite among dog owners who want to treat their furry friends to a homemade snack. These dog 'cookies' are not only delicious, but also easy to make with simple ingredients.


The recipe for these dog 'cookies' has been passed down through generations of dog owners who want to provide their pets with a healthy and tasty treat. It is a simple recipe that has stood the test of time.


How to prepare

  1. Mix the ingredients thoroughly.
  2. Add approximately 0.25 tsp of either vanilla or mint flavor.
  3. Roll out the mixture to a thickness of 0.25".
  4. Use a bone-shaped cutter measuring about 3-4" to cut out shapes.
  5. Place the cutouts on a lightly greased cookie sheet.
  6. Bake for 30 minutes at 350°F (177°C).


  • You can add peanut butter or pumpkin puree to the mixture for added flavor.
  • Try using different shaped cookie cutters to make the 'cookies' more fun for your dog.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Make sure to use a bone-shaped cutter to give the 'cookies' a fun shape that your dog will love.

- Adding a flavor like vanilla or mint can make the 'cookies' even more appealing to your dog.

- Store the 'cookies' in an airtight container to keep them fresh for longer.

Serving Suggestions

Serve these dog 'cookies' as a special treat for your pet or use them as a reward during training sessions.

Cooking Techniques


Ingredient Substitutions

You can use whole wheat flour instead of rye flour.

- Coconut oil can be used instead of vegetable oil.

Make Ahead Tips

You can prepare the dough ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator for up to 3 days before baking.

Presentation Ideas

Serve the dog 'cookies' in a cute jar or container to make them look even more appealing to your pet.

Pairing Recommendations

These dog 'cookies' pair well with a bowl of fresh water for your pet to enjoy.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store the dog 'cookies' in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks. Reheat in the oven at 300°F (150°C) for a few minutes before serving.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Each serving of these dog 'cookies' contains approximately 150 calories.


Each serving of these dog 'cookies' contains approximately 15g of carbohydrates.


Each serving of these dog 'cookies' contains approximately 8g of fats.


Each serving of these dog 'cookies' contains approximately 2g of proteins.

Vitamins and minerals

These dog 'cookies' do not contain significant amounts of vitamins and minerals.


These dog 'cookies' do not contain any common allergens such as wheat, dairy, or nuts.


These dog 'cookies' are a tasty and healthy treat for your furry friend, providing a good balance of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins without any common allergens.


These dog 'cookies' are a simple and delicious treat for your furry friend, made with wholesome ingredients that you can feel good about feeding them. Enjoy making these 'cookies' for your pet and watch them wag their tail in delight!

How did I get this recipe?

I can still recall the sense of amazement I felt when I first saw this recipe for my favorite dog 'cookie'. It was many years ago, when I was just a young girl, that I stumbled upon this delightful treat for our furry friends.

I was visiting my Aunt Martha, who lived in a quaint little cottage on the outskirts of town. Aunt Martha was known for her love of animals, and she had a whole menagerie of pets - dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, you name it. As soon as I arrived, I was greeted by a chorus of barks and meows, and the sweet scent of baking wafted through the air.

Curious, I wandered into the kitchen to see what Aunt Martha was up to. To my surprise, she was making a batch of homemade dog treats. I watched in awe as she mixed together flour, oats, peanut butter, and a few other ingredients, shaping the dough into little bone-shaped cookies before popping them in the oven.

As the cookies baked, Aunt Martha told me the story behind the recipe. She had learned it from an old friend who ran a dog shelter, where they relied on donations to feed the many hungry mouths they cared for. This recipe was a favorite among the dogs, and Aunt Martha had been making it ever since.

When the cookies were done, Aunt Martha offered me one to try. I hesitated at first, unsure if I would like the taste, but when I saw how eagerly her own dogs gobbled them up, I couldn't resist. I took a bite and was pleasantly surprised by the sweet and savory flavor.

From that day on, I was hooked. I begged Aunt Martha to teach me how to make the recipe, and she happily obliged. We spent the afternoon baking together, swapping stories and laughter as we worked. By the time I left, I had a whole tin of dog cookies to take home to my own pets.

Over the years, I have continued to make Aunt Martha's favorite dog 'cookie' recipe, tweaking it here and there to suit the tastes of my own dogs. They go crazy for these treats, and I love knowing that I am feeding them something homemade and wholesome.

I have shared the recipe with friends and family, and it has become a staple in many households. I even donate batches to local animal shelters, just like Aunt Martha's friend did all those years ago. It warms my heart to think of all the wagging tails and happy faces that enjoy these treats.

As I sit here now, reminiscing on that day in Aunt Martha's kitchen, I am filled with gratitude for the simple joys in life - a warm oven, a loving heart, and a batch of homemade dog 'cookies' to share with those we hold dear. And I can't help but smile, knowing that this recipe will continue to bring happiness to pets and their owners for generations to come.


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