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DOG TREAT RECIPE: ROSEMARY FLORET POPS

Dog treat recipeItty-bitty bite-sized treats that will make a huge impression whenever you entertain canine guests. Plus, they will make your kitchen smell amazing! Part crunchy crouton, part moreish cracker, these pint-sized poppers make a pretty pet-friendly addition to any festive fall tabletop. Plus the pups are sure to guzzle them down faster than a turkey can say ‘gobble!’ (more…)

DOG TREAT RECIPE: APPLE POCKET BISCUITS

easy dog treat recipeWho says fancy has to be complicated? These little ‘apple pockets’ are a playful twist on apple pie season and offer dogs a nutritious taste of all the best autumn flavours. Plus they will make your kitchen smell wonderful – to dogs and people alike!

Ingredients
–  1 cup of chickpea flour (or equal parts chickpea and whole wheat organic flour)
–  1-2 tbsp organic honey
–  2 tbsp vegetable oil
–  3/4 cup finely diced apples
–  1/2 tsp cinnamon (optional)

What to do
1. Preheat oven to 350 F.
2. Combine flour, oil and honey until a thick, stiff texture is achieved.
3. Roll out mixture on a flat surface.
4. Use a large circular cookie cutter to divide up pastry.
5. Combine apples, honey and cinnamon then gently cover half of each circle with the fruit mixture.
6. Fold the remaining pastry half over the mixture and gently press the pastry lip with a fork.
7. Bake on greased sheet for 30 minutes.
8. Allow to cool and serve to what we’re sure will be a captive canine audience!

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DOG TREAT RECIPE: PEANUT BUTTER POPPERS!

No-Bake-Dog-treat-recipe-Pawsh-MagazineTeach your dog good habits by rewarding them with these easy, ooey-gooey 3-ingredient Peanut Butter Poppers! They’re a breeze to make and will be gobbled up in no time at all! Be warned, these tasty morsels are a little messy to make, but their no-bake composition totally makes up for it1

Ingredients

  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1/2 cup natural stovetop popcorn
  • 1 tsp extra virgin olive oil
  • a 1/2 tsp of all natural honey (optional)


Directions

1.  Pop popcorn in oil on stovetop and combine ingredients until popcorn is fully coated.

WHY POPCORN IS GOOD FOR DOGS

2.  Use a tablespoon to gently ball into small little clusters on wax paper. Don’t worry if the kernels get crushed. Add a touch of honey if your peanut butter isn’t sticky enough to hold everything together.

3.  Allow to set and serve (after good doggie behaviour, of course!)

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