Healthy, homemade and very palatable snacks for dogs. Discover 4 easy dessert recipes to make for your four-legged friend
How to prepare and self-produce biscuits and delicious snacks for dogs: the 5 best and easiest recipes to prepare with just a few ingredients
Whether it's for the holidays or for everyday life, even for our animal friends there are simple recipes to make that allow you to prepare appetizing, healthy and balanced prizes for them with easy to find ingredients and clearly granted in your little one's home diet. (Also Read: DIY Dog Biscuits: 10 Recipes)
If you are thinking of giving your dog or cat some special snacks, why not prepare them at home? Here are some easy recipes to win him over even more.
- 150 g flour
- 75 g of grated cheese
- 1 egg
- 50 ml of water
These delicious snacks are prepared with only 4 ingredients that you just need to mix to form a loaf that you can give them the shape you prefer. On the market there are many special molds, such as bone-shaped ones, but caps or small glasses are also good for having classic concentric biscuits that must be baked for 15 minutes at 190 ° in a preheated oven.
From this dose you get about 40 biscuits that can be stored for weeks in an airtight container or even frozen.
Pumpkin and peanut butter cookies
- 220 g of cooked and pureed pumpkin
- 80 g of peanut butter
- 2 eggs
- 250 g of wholemeal flour or more if needed
- half a teaspoon of cinnamon (optional)
Making these peanut butter and pumpkin cookies is very simple: once the ingredients have been mixed and the pastry is obtained, you can cut out the desired shape and the cookies must be baked for a variable time between 20 and 40 minutes at 180 ° in a preheated oven, turning them halfway. cooking. It all depends on how crunchy you want your cookies to be. All dogs love peanut butter and this food is also recommended by many specialists and veterinarians, but beware of its ingredients. Check your peanut butter for peanut butter xylitol, highly toxic to dogs. If possible, use products with 100% peanuts, even better if self-produced.
With this dose you can get about 50 biscuits which are preferable to consume within a month or freeze for up to 6 months in the freezer.
Oatmeal, apple and pumpkin snack
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A variant that was particularly appreciated by the furry on Instagram is the one proposed by this page dedicated to Fox Terriers in which it is advisable to mix together and cook the following.
- 50 g of peanut butter
- 100 g of pureed apple
- 100 g of cooked and pureed pumpkin
If you prefer, you can add to your cookies in addition to cinnamon (recommended for animals unlike the nutmeg, toxic to them, also some chia seeds.
Peanut butter and banana cookies
- 420 g of rolled oats
- 1 banana
- 80 g peanut butter
- 1 egg
- flour if needed
Here, too, pay attention to the peanut butter you use. The banana can be either pureed or made to pulp with a fork or even into small pieces. Mix the ingredients, use the molds you like best and bake these biscuits for 15-20 minutes at 180 ° in a preheated oven, turning them halfway through cooking.
Yogurt, peanut butter, apple and pumpkin cookies
- 60 g of whole yogurt or more if needed
- 60 g of peanut butter
- 120 g of grated apple
- 120 g of cooked and pureed pumpkin
- oatmeal or oatmeal as required
- bacon strips
Before dedicating yourself to the dough, bake strips of bacon in the oven until they are crisp and set aside to rest and then crumble them. Mix the ingredients, after checking the peanut butter, adding the crispy bacon, oatmeal or flakes until the mixture is ready to work. Shape into balls and bake them for a maximum of 5-10 minutes at 180 ° in a preheated oven.
Once taken out of the oven, you can decorate these cookies with oatmeal or if you prefer and if you have leftover, with previously cooked crispy bacon. They will be a hit!
With these ingredients you get about 15 balls.
Making these recipes will allow you not only to save money, but to offer to your furry friend a healthier snack than ever. A little time is enough to always have some simple but very tasty biscuits available.
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