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Bacon Cheese Spritz Cookie
Recipe For Dogs

This spritz cookie recipe for dogs is fun to make, and it is a great choice for making dog treats with children who are ten or older.

The recipe is quick and easy, and it uses ingredients that dogs love, like cheese and bacon (or soy bacon bits).

Using the cookie press gives you dog treats that are the perfect size for small or medium size dogs.

And making dog cookies this way is a time saver, as the cookies are all ready for the oven, in just minutes.



Bacon Cheese Cookie
Press Dog Cookies

Spritz Cookie Recipe for Dogs

Our miniature schnauzer, Skipper just loves these cookie press dog cookies! They are one of her very favorite treats. And I give them to her with confidence—knowing that they are made from healthy, natural ingredients and she won’t gain weight because of taking in too many calories.

When I created this recipe I wanted to be able to just shoot out the cookies quickly, but I also wanted them to be uniform and a nice shape. Using the cookie press allowed me to do this.


It did take a little practice to get the dog cookies to be uniform in shape and size. I have to admit that I love to use my cookie press! It’s fun—almost like making Christmas cookies for the family!

Cheese gives the spritz cookies a distinctive flavor, and the bacon bits give them that little extra taste enhancement that makes them so interesting to dogs. Turmeric gives these cookies their rich yellow color.

I think your dog will love this easy recipe for dog treats too!


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Ingredients for
Bacon Cheese Dog Treats



Directions For
Bacon Cheese Cookie Press Cookies

  • Cream the butter, margarine, or shortening until it is fluffy.
  • Add the egg and milk and beat well.
  • Mix the dry ingredients and add to the wet ingredients. Mix until it forms a smooth dough. If the dough is not the consistency of toothpaste, you may need to add more milk.
  • Load your spritz cookie press and "shoot" the cookies onto a greased cookie sheet.
  • Bake at 275 degrees F for 30-45 minutes, making sure that the cookies don't get too brown.
  • Turn off the oven and let the cookies continue to dry overnight so that they get hard and crisp.

If you haven’t made spritz cookies before, you may want to practice a bit, as the cookies will vary in shape and size, based on how much dough you extract ("shoot out") at a time, and how hard you squeeze the “press”.

Once you get the hang of it, you’ll have lots of fun with this recipe.

To make this recipe for dog treats, you need a spritz cookie press.



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