Nuttin’ Butter Than Homemade Dog Biscuits
Peanut Butter Dog Biscuit Recipe: Nuttin’ Butter Than Homemade Dog Biscuits
Time to break out your apron and celebrate your puppy’s uniqueness by pampering him with some DIY dog treats that are made just for him. Keep out any unwanted preservatives or artificial food dyes with homemade dog biscuits made with real, pet-safe ingredients. These homemade dog biscuits will make you feel good about what you’re feeding your furry family. The perfect easy dog treat recipe for the amateur baker and professional animal lover, our step-by-step dog treat recipe is sure to get two paws up from the world’s best food critic—your pup!
- 1 cup The Honest Kitchen Zeal Grain-Free Dehydrated Dog Food
- ½ cup Fruitables Chicken Broth Bowls Dog Food Topper
- 1 tube KONG Stuff’N Real Peanut Butter Treat
- ¾ cup rice flour
- Win&Co Puppy Paws & Bones Silicone Baking Molds
- Measuring cup
- Mixing spoon
- Large mixing bowl
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Bake time: 35 minutes
Total time: 45 minutes
Yield: 12 DIY dog treats
- Preheat oven to 350°
- In large mixing bowl, combine The Honest Kitchen Zeal Grain-Free Dehydrated Dog Food with Fruitables Chicken Broth Bowls Topper, rice flour and 1/3 cup KONG Stuff’N Real Peanut Butter Treat to form the dough.
- Knead the dough mixture, and press it into the baking mold.
- Bake the DIY dog treats for 35 minutes.
- Remove from the oven, and allow the homemade dog biscuits to cool.
- Using the remaining KONG Stuff’N Real Peanut Butter Treat, pipe the biscuits with frosting.
- Serve your picture-perfect, frosted and finished homemade dog biscuits to your #1 dog treat enthusiast.
Get your whole family in on the baking fun with this easy dog treat recipe that’s fun to make and even more fun to serve!
Get inspired on National Biscuit Day by trying different textures, molds and flavor combinations. Let your dog play taste-tester to find the perfect homemade dog biscuit recipe.
This recipe was reviewed by a veterinarian. It is intended as a treat or snack. Treats should only constitute a small percentage of your pet’s daily food. If your pet has any health issues, or if you have any concerns, consult your pet’s veterinarian before offering this food item.
Originally from Chicago, Nicole joined the Chewy team as a marketing intern in January, 2017. Since then, Nicole has continued writing and photographing for Chewy as a Content Collaborator while completing her education at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business. She is majoring in both marketing and corporate innovation, before returning to Chewy as a Marketing Analyst. In her free time, Nicole enjoys traveling, riding her horse or snuggling up with her Pug, @zoetheloaf, and Terrier, Cozmo.