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Dog Cookie Recipe

Carob Sandwich Dog Cookies

This dog cookie recipe for carob sandwich cookies will remind you of the Oreo cookies that you used to separate, then lick the frosting clean, when you were a kid.

Now you can make a dog treat version for your dog and his friends. Only I’d be willing to wager that they won’t take the time to separate and lick them clean.

Unlike Oreos, these dog cookies are made with carob instead of chocolate. Carob is loaded with fiber and healthy nutrients, and it is good for your pet.

The dog treat icing that I like to use, contains no sugar. In a pinch, you could use my royal icing recipe; however, because it contains sugar, it should be used only as a special occasion dog treat frosting.


While these dog treats are a bit time consuming, they are really cute and well worth the time spent making them.


Cookies made with this recipe for dog cookies won’t last long!

Oreo-like cookies made from this dog cookie recipe.

They were among your very favorite cookies. And they will be among your pet's favorite dog treats, too!

Well, here’s my version of the Oreo sandwich dog cookie for your family dog. Two carob dog cookies with yogurt royal icing in between them. The icing has no sugar or fat, and it dries hard.

Each cookie measures 2 ¾” across.


Divider with dog bones

Directions for Carob Sandwich Cookies

Here is the carob sandwich dog cookie recipe:


  1. Follow the directions to make the dough for Carob Cookie Cutter Cookies.
  2. Using a biscuit cutter or a donut cutter, cut the cookies into circles that measure about 2" across. You can vary the size, depending on how big you want to make the cookies.
  3. Bake the cookies according to the directions in the recipe.
  4. When the the dog cookies are baked, dried and they have cooled, put 2 circles together, and place yogurt royal icing in between the 2 circles. For special occasions, why not tint the icing a color with food coloring gel? Try orange icing for Halloween trick or treat night, or red and green icing for Christmas treats.
  5. Serve to your favorite dog!

If you don’t have a biscuit cutter, you could improvise by using a small drinking glass to make your circles. However, the sharper edge of a biscuit or doughnut cutter is better and much easier to work with.

If your dog likes carob, you might also like to try:

Carob Chip Cookies for Dogs Recipe
Carob Chip Cookies for Dogs
Valentine Cookies for Dogs
Valentine Cookies for Dogs
Carob in Dog Treats
Carob in Dog Treats



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