Dog Biscuit Treat Recipe for the Labradors GF Video

The pups love my dog biscuits! OK, they love just about anything that resembles food.

But here is my recipe for Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits Treats. They are easy to make, and this is a good project for the kids to do.

How about you? do you have a dog biscuit recipe? Do you have dogs that try to tip your canoe? Tell us about it in the comments section below.

Note: Baking Powder is not toxic to dogs, according to our Veterinarian, when used in baked goods.

Here is another dog treat recipe video: Sweet Potato Dog Treats Video Recipe

Peanut Butter Dog Treat Biscuit Recipe : GardenFork.TV
•    2 cups whole wheat flour
•    1 – 1 1/2 cups beef broth
•    1 cup peanut butter
•    1 tablespoon baking powder
Cooking Directions
1.    Preheat the oven to 350.
2.    Mix the Flour and Baking Powder.
3.    Add beef broth and peanut butter.
4.    Mix the ingredients together. You want a fairly dry batter-dough, because you will be rolling this out on a board. Adjust the mixture, adding more flour or more stock to achieve a dry yet pliable dough.
5.    Flour a board and use a rolling pin to flatten the dough. you want it to be about 1/4\” thick. You can use a wine bottle or other long bottle if you don\’t have a rolling pin.
6.    Cut out the biscuits using a cookie cutter or a glass or even a clean dog food can that has had the ends removed.
7.    Place the biscuits on a greased cookie sheet and back for about 20 min. If you want the biscuits to be harder-drier , bake them longer.
8.    Taste test with your friends. Keep in a sealed container. If refrigerated, they will last longer.
9.    Note: Baking Powder is not toxic to dogs, according to our Veterinarian, when used in baked goods.

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  1. Eric Gunnar Rochow says

    no, you could use any broth. dogs are meat eaters, so i use beef broth. thanks for watching!

  2. Eric Gunnar Rochow says

    you could try using spelt flour or rice flour, but i’m not an expert. thx for asking. eric.

  3. Ed says

    Are these treats ok for all ages and sizes of dog?
    Also how long will they keep for in the fridge?

  4. Lucy says

    Hi i saw your video on youtube. On there you said you need to use 1/2cup of peanut butter but here you need to use 1cup. Which one is right??

  5. says

    My sons and I made your dog treat recipe yesterday. While we substituted oatmeal for Peanut Butter, which made us add extra broth, we also added carrers and apples very finely chopped into the mix with an egg.

    We used a small ginger man sut out sor cutting the treats and made some 140 or so treats.

    Lola, out five month black Lab loved them and my youngest son thought it was cool for him to be the head backer and quality controle agent for Lolo!

    Thanks for the great idea! I love your site and sheck it out each day if I can.

  6. KS Dallas says

    LOVED this video! :) Planning on making some tonight.

    One note – you don’t have to roll these out and then cut them. You can just take a small amount and roll in your hand and then flatten the ball. This is how I make regular cookies. It will help reduce the mess and hassle of rolling them out.

  7. Cheri says

    Did you say “beeth broth”? Hee-hee-hee! We’re halfway done with our sweet potato treats, so we’ll be trying the peanut butter ones soon. I might tweak it so they turn out crunchy. We’ll see what happens.


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