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Dog Cookie Recipe

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I made two kinds, one with bread flour and one with rye flour. The rye are the thinner ones.

These will last indefinitely and once cooled on the counter, I just put them into the snap top jar to keep sealed and fresh.


2.5 cups flour 1/2 cup pumpkin 2 big tbsp peanut butter (natural is best always!) Big Pinch of sea salt (yes dogs need salt also to live) 2 eggs Dash of cinnamon if you’d like.

Mix together and add some water if needed to make a very dry dough.

Roll out to 1/4”, cut into shapes and bake at 350 for 40 mins, flipping over half way.


Cost- A few dollars

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