Your furbaby will love this Grain Free Dog Treats Recipe and it couldn’t be easier to make. There’s lots of reasons why people are making the switch to Grain Free as it turns out.
Your dog may have a sensitive stomach. Regular food and wheat may cause diarrhea. As a result, they can end up dehydrated and feeling poorly. This would indicate they are grain intolerant.
We have found a very easy recipe for you that uses only 4 simple ingredients and it’s really delicious too.
Nothing beats homemade dog treats. The best part, you can pop them in a jar and give them to your Canine-loving friends as a gift. They look cute when cut into Doggy Bones. Be sure to get your Doggie Cookie Cutter, you will absolutely love it!
Grain FreeDog Treats Recipe Ingredients
- 3/4 cup of Garbanzo Bean Flour
- 1 large egg
- 3 tablespoons of unsalted peanut butter
- 1 medium banana
- Doggie Cookie Cutter
Grain Free Dog Treats Video Tutorial
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How To Make Grain Free Dog Treats Recipe
- Begin by Preheating your oven to 300 degrees F or 150 C
- Mix the banana, peanut butter and egg until completely combined. Use a fork to mash the banana. In a separate bowl add the flour and rolled oats; mix. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and Garbanzo Bean Flour. Work it until the dough comes nicely together.
- Transfer your dough to wax paper. As your dough will be quite sticky be sure that you liberally douse all your utensils and paper with Garbanzo Bean Flour
- Roll your dough out to a thickness of 1/4 inch minimum and then use your Dog Cookie Cutter. Collect your dough scraps and roll out again using up the remainder to make more cookies.
- Pop your cookies on a baking sheet. They don’t spread so you can pack them in tight.
- Bake your cookies for somewhere between 30 and 40 minutes until they are golden brown. Leave your cookies to cool on a cooling rack.
- Your cookies should be stored in an airtight container. They have a shelf life of up to two weeks.
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