Are you looking for a fun and quick dog treat? These fast and simple butter treat for dogs are my favourite therapies. They are quick and fast to bake and will make your kitchen smell amazing as an additional bonus. And because my dog Laika is a lover of something with peanut butter, they get her always a broad seal of approval.
Warning: Remember to double check that your peanut butter does NOT contain Xylitol. This sweetener is toxic to dogs. Peanut butter doesn’t need to contain anything other than peanuts!
1. Peanut Butter & Carrot Treats
These peanut butter and carrot dog treats include whole wheat flour, hearty rolled oats, new carrots, super-food bone broth, and nutrient-rich wheat germ, in addition to tasty and healthy peanut butter. Yum, uh … They sound delicious right now?
2. Bone Broth & Peanut Butter Frozen Treats
If you’re looking for super-quick frozen dog treats that go a step past fundamentals, check out these tasty bone broth and frozen peanut butter treats.
Combining the powerhouse nutrients of bone broth and peanut butter, as well as the additional nutrients and breath-refreshing qualities of parsley, they are both nutritious and enjoyable and are a perfect summer treat.
I enjoy using silicone molds for my frozen snacks, but ice cube trays or even popsicle molds are also perfect.
This recipe is from. One dozen big (2 “in diameter) frozen snacks. Each treatment contains 94 calories, 6 g of protein, and 1 g of saturated fat.
3. Peanut Butter & Banana Treats
This recipe for organic peanut butter and banana dog food is packed full of naturally nutritious ingredients including oatmeal, flaxseed, honey, eggs. And of course the nutritious powerhouse, the peanut butter plus the delicious mashed banana.
They’re pretty easy to produce, and this recipe is going to give you roughly. Twenty big (3 “long!) bone-shaped snacks. If you like smaller snacks, just use a smaller cookie cutter and you’ll get a lot of bite-sized goodies.
Each main treatment includes 102 calories, 0.8 g of saturated fat, and 3.5 g of protein.
4. Peanut Butter & Carob Frozen Treats
These peanut butter and frozen dog carob treats aren’t all tasty and nice to look at! With just three nutrient-dense ingredients, it’s a breeze to cook together and create a great treat for a puppy or a puppy who owns your heart.
The main ingredient is pure coconut oil, which has a lot of health benefits and quickly solidifies, making these professional-looking little hearts super easy to produce. Silicone molds are simple to use and come in a range of shapes and sizes, and I would consider using them for frozen dog food. If you don’t have any handy or want to use ice cube molds, they’re working too.
This recipe gives you twenty-four, 1 “heart-shaped snacks, each containing 104 calories, 0.8 g of saturated fat, and 2.3 g of protein.