Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Barking Wednesday ~ Gluten Free Natural Dog Treats


This Barking Wednesday I wanted to share a few of my favorite homemade 
Gluten Free Dog Treats.
Sunday afternoon Dawn, Carliee, and I made enough dog treats to kept three dogs happy for a few days. 

Gluten Free Green Apple Banana Peanut Butter Dog Treats
One cooked Green Apple - cook the apple for 5 minutes in a microwave. We use the entire apple in the recipe
One Egg
2 Ripe Bananas
1/4 Cup of Rolled Oats
1/2 Cup Chunky Peanut Butter
3 Cups of Rice Flour 

Beat all ingredients in a mixer. When mixed well ~ flatten dough and use cut outs to make shapes. If you do not want to use cutouts - roll a small amount into a ball - then press flat with your thumb.
We used miniature cutouts to make the small treats. 

Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes until brown. 
We added Green Food Coloring to make our dough green


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 Sweet Potato Banana Gluten Free 
Dog Treats
  • One Medium cooked Sweet Potato - microwave for 8 minutes or until soft - we used the entire sweet potato
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Banana
  • 2 Cups Rice Flour
  • 1/2 Cup of Rolled Oats


Beat all ingredients in a mixer. When mixed well ~ flatten dough and use cut outs to make shapes. If you do not want to use cutouts - roll a small amount into a ball - then press flat with your thumb.
We used miniature cutouts to make the small treats. 
Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes until brown. 

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Gluten Free Bisquick Banana 
Peanut Butter Honey 
Dog Treats

2 Cups Gluten Free Bisquick
  1 Banana
1/2 Cup Chunky Peanut Butter  
3/4 Cup Milk 
2 tablespoons Honey

Beat all ingredients in a mixer. When mixed well ~ flatten dough and use cut outs to make shapes. If you do not want to use cutouts - roll a small amount into a ball - then press flat with your thumb.
We used miniature cutouts to make the small treats. 
Bake at 400 degrees for 8 minutes until brown. 


32 comments:

  1. Those sound awesome. My dog Milo would love those :)

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  2. No furbabies right now, but I am planning on it soon, just gotta move first! Never thought of Dogs needing Gluten free food, a good thing for me to consider and ask about when visiting the Vet!

    Tracy @ Ascending Butterfly

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    1. I had never thought of it, either, but it makes sense.

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  3. We don't have dogs but my sister does! I'll share these recipes with her!

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  4. these are so yummy looking. Bet your fur baby loves them.

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  5. These look really great. I'll be my little guy would love these. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I love making treats for my pup and she is not very fussy but I know exactly what she is getting.

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  7. My poor pups have food allergies and are on prescription dog food, I am going to check if these meet their dietary requirements. Thank you

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  8. my dogs would love these. I think homemade is such a great way to show your pets you love them

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  9. These all look great! Quite a variety. And I love that they are all gluten-free.

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  10. These look great .. however I don't think the Dog will be able to tell whether or not its gluten free

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  11. I miss my dog. When I get another, I will have to make this.

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  12. Very cool! I have a friend who loves to bake for her dog. I think she will enjoy this recipe.

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  13. What a fun way to treat your dogs! I'd like to cook for my pets just as much as I like cooking for myself!

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  14. These sound like great treats. I need to tell my sister about them. One of her dogs has a sensitive stomach.

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  15. These sound like great treats. I need to tell my sister about them. One of her dogs has a sensitive stomach.

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  16. I have been meaning to make my dogs some treats. I actually am looking forward to doing it, they will love something like this!

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  17. My dogs would love all of these. They will devour some homemade treats.

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  18. Our dog Harvey has a sensitive stomach and does not do well with having too many treats. I am sure the homemade variety would be much easier for him to digest.

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  19. These look WONDERFUL for my dogs! We'll have to give them a try! The Peanut butter one for sure!

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  20. I will have to make this for my mom's dog. I bet she would love these.

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  21. I think my dog Toby would love these. The only homemade dog treats I have tried is sweet potato slices.

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  22. Everyone's going GF, even the pups! Love that you made the treats yourself!

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  23. What a fun idea. I have made dog treats once or twice, but I have a sweet pup who would love me to get back in the kitchen.

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  24. I have made dog treats before and my retriever loved them! I am excited to give these a try & love testing out new recipes that are safe for him.

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  25. These look like great treats for my fur babies. I will have to make a bunch up this weekend.

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  26. Wow, these look good enough for me to eat! I bet your dogs love these!

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  27. I no longer have a dog but if I do get another I wouldn't mind making this for him.

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  28. These look great. The only dog biscuits I have ever made were pumpkin based with flax. The girls loved them, even the cat enjoyed. I'm saving these. I would love to make more biscuits in other flavors instead of buying store bought.

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  29. Wow, there are some lucky dogs out there for sure! And gluten free!

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  30. Wow those look good enough for humans! You have some lucky pets! Those look delicious!

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  31. I will send this to a friend, I think that it's great for pets to eat natural ingredients. She has a dog that is a picky eater so maybe she'd like this.

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