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Peanut Butter and Apple Dog Cookie Treats

Peanut Butter and Apple Dog Cookie Treats

Baking treats for your lovable pets is just as fun as baking for people! Use a cookie cutter for a fun shape and decorate them with dog-friendly icing, or leave them plain. These biscuits include ingredients that are veterinarian approved including apples, oats, and unsweetened, unsalted peanut butter. Make sure your peanut butter does not include Xylitol, an artificial sweetener that can be dangerous for dogs.

Ingredients You Can Use for Dog Treats

If you don't have apple on hand, you substitute it for:

  • Shredded carrots
  • Shredded cheese
  • Mashed, cooked sweet potato
  • Pureed pumpkin


Common sense statement: Remember, always ask your vet before feeding your dog something new for the first time. Do not decorate dog cookies with sprinkles, edible glitter, synthetic dyes, or anything that would pose a choking hazard.

We also sell a do treat mix if you'd like to try ours

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Stephanie Barberio - May 8, 2023

Can these be frozen?
The Cookie Countess replied:
Yes, definitely! Freezing them can help them last even longer!

Nicole - December 13, 2022

Do you have instructions for dehydrating? Thank you!
The Cookie Countess replied:
Using a dehydrating machine would be best, on the lowest setting overnight and turning them halfway through. If you don’t have a dehydrator machine, it could also be done in an oven, but would need to be done at a very low temperature, around 150 degrees at most.

Janette - December 2, 2022

How long do these keep for and should they be stored in the fridge or at room temperature?

The Cookie Countess replied:
Hi Janette! These treats should be stored in the fridge because of the perishable ingridients used to make them, and they will be good in there for a week or so. If you want to dehydrate them in the oven or using a dehydrator, you could keep them on the counter for much longer.

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