This Doggy Cookie Dough recipe came about when I was making the Doggy Peanut Butter Fudge. In fact, I’m not gonna lie: It’s the same three ingredients in the same measurements. It’s just not formed into bites, so it’s even easier. It looks like cookie dough and tastes a little like it (just less sweet). Your dogs will love it nonetheless though, so let’s get to it, shall we?
It’s time for another doggy recipe. And this Doggy Peanut Butter Fudge is inspired by the other bites and fudge I’ve made. Every time I make them, my dogs look at me like they want some. But with the maple syrup in there, I never want to share. So I finally made them their own! If you have a pup in your life, they’ll love these, so let’s get to it!
Remember those Peanut Butter Fudge Bites we made last week? Uh, yeah. We’re making a baked oatmeal with them today. Because why not? Peanut butter can do no wrong, and combining it with apple is a magical experience. Seriously. This is one of my better ideas, and I’m sure you’ll see why when you make this delicious baked apple and peanut butter fudge oatmeal!
A lot of you guys have been waiting for this one. I know. I’m sorry. I liked the way these tasted right after I made them, but they kept getting really dry. Finally got it right. So here it is! Peanut Butter Fudge Bites. These are a delicious, healthier snack or dessert perfect to keep in the freezer or fridge for when you need them. And you need just 4 simple ingredients. Let’s get to it!
It’s a perfect day for peanut butter cookie dough. You know why? Because EVERY day is the perfect day for peanut butter cookie dough! Especially since this is dough you can eat straight from the fridge. No need to bake. Just 4 simple ingredients (peanut butter, coconut flour, banana, and maple syrup), a little chill time, and you’re good to go. Can’t go wrong. So let’s do this!
If you’re into sweet potato pie, you may want to try this baked sweet potato pie oatmeal out. Because it’s a totally legit way to eat pie for breakfast. It’s as easy as my other baked oatmeal recipes, though you do need to use cooked sweet potato. But baking a sweet potato is simple, so no worries. Just enjoy this (pie) for breakfast. Mmm!
We have two dogs. For G’s birthday, I shared the Doggy Cupcakes recipe, but for Titan’s birthday (which is today!), I’m making these treats for them. I made them last year, and it made a lot, but they store well in the fridge. So the pups get lots of leftover birthday treats over the next several days. Which they love. But it helps that we can eat them too! Top them with a delicious chocolate frosting and enjoy as well!
This one got a huge “YES!” from Husband. I *really* wanted jelly-filled peanut butter muffins but thought I’d make a jelly-filled peanut butter oatmeal instead. When I asked Husband if he had a flavor preference for a baked oatmeal, he looked at me with stars in his eyes and said, “We have apples!” So peanut butter apple it was. And dude. SO glad we did it. Mmmmmm!!
It’s pretty common knowledge that chocolate is bad for dogs. But it’s not super common knowledge that carob is just fine for them! So let’s make our pups some chocolaty treats that are safe and healthy for them, shall we?
Sometimes my pup gets a grumbly tummy. I’ve read about how it can be something really serious, but that doesn’t appear to be the case with him. And he’s always been a weird eater. So I sometimes have to get him to eat something, and usually, these doggy cookies do the trick. My favorite part? I get to eat them too.