Traxx Dog Cookies – The Best Ever Dog Cookie Recipe
By Tami Jones
These get a 10 “bark rating” from our dogs!
2 Â½ cups Flour (white or wheat)
2/3 cup Rolled Oats (Quaker Oats works best)
Â¼ cup Wheat Germ
Â½ cup Brewers Yeast
Â¼ cup Canola Oil
Â¼ cup Honey (may substitute Molasses
1 cup Water
Â¾ cup Creamy Peanut Butter
1 tsp. baking powder
Preheat oven to 350Âº. Combine dry ingredients using only 2 cups of the flour. Add oil, honey and water until well blended. On a floured surface, kneed in the last Â½ cup of the flour until thoroughly blended. Roll out with a floured rolling pin to Â¼” thickness. Cut out with a small bone shaped cookie cutter. Bake on an ungreased cookie sheet for 12 – 14 minutes. Cookies do not spread, so they may be placed close together. Remove immediately from pan to a cooling rack lined with paper toweling.
Once all cookies have been baked, return all cookies to a cookie sheet (you may lay them on top of one another, if necessary). Turn oven off, and return all dog cookies to oven. Allow to sit in cooling oven for at least 2 Â½ hours, but preferably overnight for extra crunchy bones. Don’t worry – they won’t burn! Store in a sealed container. Makes 7 – 9 dozen dog cookies, depending upon the size of you cookie cutter.
One batch lasts us for about a month, and they keep well during that time. We would love to hear your experience with our recipe! Please note that this recipe does not replace the needed nutrients of a well-balanced dog food, and treats should only be given in moderation! Enjoy!
Tami Jones is the owner of Traxx Siberian Huskies, a small show kennel located in East Tennessee. They pride themselves on sound conformation and temperament as the key in the selection of their breeding stock. Their website has an extensive FAQ section. Find answers to your Siberian Husky breed questions and other dog related questions on their site.
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