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Pumpkin & Peanut Butter Dog Treats
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Pumpkin & spread Dog Treats

Looking for an easy dog treat recipe? These pumpkin & spread dog treats are one among my favorites because they’re easy to organize and quick to bake. And since my dog loves anything with pumpkin or spread these always get an enormous seal of approval from her.

Tip: If you’re trying to find more homemade dog treat recipes make certain to see our our list of 25 Simple Dog Treat Recipes, all made with 5 ingredients or less.

Pumpkin & spread Dog Treats
Homemade pumpkin & spread dog treats

Ingredients
2 cups flour
1 cup canned pumpkin
1/2 cup spread
I use Libby’s 100% canned pumpkin and Crazy Richard’s natural spread . I used the chunky sort of spread because it had been what I had available . If you would like a more polished look persist with a creamy variety.

When using spread in dog treats always check to form sure it doesn’t contain xylitol. Xylitol is a man-made sweetener that a couple of brands use and it are often fatal to dogs. inspect this list for more information on which brands use xylitol in their products.

Simple spread & Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe

Pumpkin & spread Dog Treats

Instructions
Preheat your oven to 375 F.
Mix the pumpkin & spread together during a large bowl.
Stir within the flour and mix the mixture into a dough.
Roll out the dough onto a floured surface.
Cut into shapes together with your favorite kitchen utensil .
Place treats onto an ungreased baking sheet, a few half inch apart.
Bake for 12 minutes within the preheated oven.
Pumpkin & spread Dog Treat Recipe

If you don’t have any cookie cutters you’ll use a knife to chop out some shapes, use the highest of an attempt glass to carefully cut out circles, or make your own cookie cutters employing a can .

Once the treats have cooled you’ll store them during a container for every week . Since this recipe makes numerous treats I usually keep 1/3 of them during a container and freeze the remainder for later.

This recipe yields 3 baking sheets worth of treats. employing a large kitchen utensil (3 inches) you’ll get 60 individual dog treats.

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