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Coco’s Carob-Nut Dog Crisps

We love sharing dog treat recipes with our fur-friends and their humans. This week we made cookies with Coconut and Carob. What a great combination, I can’t believe I had not thought of it sooner. Give this recipe a try, your pooch will thank you for it.

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Coco’s Carob-Nut Dog Crisps

We love sharing dog treat recipes with our fur-friends and their humans. This week we made cookies with Coconut and Carob. What a great combination, I can't believe I had not thought of it sooner. Give this recipe a try, your pooch will thank you for it.

Coco’s Carob-Nut Dog Crisps

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Happy Foodie Friday to all our fur-friends and their humans.  This week we are making ‘Carob-Nut Crisps’.  These are dog treats without meat so I am not sure if the Diva Dog will approve so I am crossing my fingers. This recipe makes a small batch of about 20 medium sized cookies but can be easily doubled if you need to make a larger batch.  Here are the ingredients: 1 cup flour...

Happy Foodie Friday to all our fur-friends and their humans.  This week we are making ‘Carob-Nut Crisps’.  These are dog treats without meat so I am not sure if the Diva Dog will approve so I am crossing my fingers.

This recipe makes a small batch of about 20 medium sized cookies but can be easily doubled if you need to make a larger batch.  Here are the ingredients:

  • 1 cup flour – I use oat flour but feel free to use wheat if your dog tolerates wheat.
  • 1/3 cup unsweetened coconut flakes
  • 1/3 cup carob chips
  • 2 medium eggs – if your dog has issues with protein, use one egg and 1/4 cup of water instead.
  • 1/2 table spoon of ginger
  • 1/4 tablespoon of vanilla

 

Mix the eggs, ginger and vanilla together, then add the flour, coconut and carob chips one at a time.  Combine the ingredients into a thick sticky dough.

 

Use a melon ball scoop to portion the dough onto your baking sheet.  Be prepared, the dough will stick to the scoop. If you want larger cookies, use a larger melon scoop.

Then use your thumb to flatten the middle of the little dough balls.  Again, this is sticky!

Bake at 350 degree, near the top of the oven for 25-30 mins until light brown and crisp.

 

How easy was that?  NOW GO COOK FOR YOUR DOG!

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Please note: These recipes are not ‘nutritionally complete’ as defined by the AAFCO.

 If your dog is new to home cooked meals/treats start slowly and consult your vet if your dog has any existing medical issues.

 

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