This Peanut Oatmeal Dog Treat Recipe is quick and easy, making it a great choice for busy days or for baking dog cookies with your kids.
If you home school your children, try using dog treat recipes as a home school project.
Or if you work with a youth group, 4-H group or scouts group, consider having the children make dog cookies as gifts—great around the holidays—or anytime!
This dog cookie recipe is easy enough for beginners (both young and old), and it will teach children basic cooking skills.
The finished dog cookies look just like oatmeal cookies for people, so watch the cookie jar for sneaky takers!
Peanut Oat Cookies have a nice crunchy texture, and they have chunky peanuts that add taste and smell interest for your pet.
Peanuts are good for your dog, but make sure that you don't substitute walnuts in any dog cookie recipes, as walnuts can be toxic to dogs.
Cooking can be lots of fun with kids. Take time to experiment with different healthy dog treat recipes and teach your children to cook. They'll love you for it!
Here's the Peanut Oat dog cookie recipe:
These dog treats will keep nicely at room temperature (in an airtight container) for 30 days, as long as you have dried them long enough.
If you are not sure, then the safest way to store them is in the refrigerator, as dog cookies with moisture will quickly get moldy.
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