These Homemade Coconut and Peanut Butter cookies are a super tasty treat that your fur baby would request every day (if they could). If you’ve ever wondered How To Make Dog cookies, it’s much easier than you think. Follow our step by step guide to creating tasty treats that your dog will love!

Ingredients

  • 160g Coconut Flour
  • 40g Porridge Oats 
  • 40g cranberries
  • 25g desiccated coconut
  • 1tsp ground cinnamon
  • 5 tbsp xylitol-free peanut butter
  • 4 eggs
  • 100ml water

What you will need

  • Herdy Cookie Cutter Set
  • 2 x baking trays
  • Greaseproof paper
  • Large mixing bowl
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Rolling pin
  • Wire Tray
  • Scales

Method

1. Preheat your oven to 140c or gas mark 3. Line two baking trays with non-stick greaseproof paper.

2. Place the coconut flour, porridge oats, cranberries, desiccated coconut and ground cinnamon into a large mixing bowl and give it a quick stir.

3. In a separate bowl, beat together 4 eggs. Make a well in the centre of your dry ingredients and pour in the whisked eggs. Add the peanut butter plus 100ml of cold water, mix all the ingredients together to form a dough. You may need to get your hands in!

Top Tip

If your dough is struggling to come together, add a little olive oil to help it bind.

4. Lightly dust your work surface with coconut flour and gently knead your dough for a couple of minutes until it all comes together. Roll out your cookie dough to approx 1 cm thick.

5. Using your Herdy Cookie Cutter, cut out the shape of your cookies and place them on a baking tray. Make sure to use up as much of the dough as you can to avoid wastage by rerolling any leftovers. We found that the dough made approximately 15 cookies.

Top Tip

Flour the inside of your cookie cutter moulds to prevent the dough from sticking.

6. Bake your cookies in a pre-heated oven for 30-35 minutes. Once cooked, transfer to a wire tray to cool.

7. Once your cookies have completely cooled they can be enjoyed by your four-legged friend.

Allergy advice

 

Peanut butter

Dogs love peanut butter! However, please make sure the brand you choose is xylitol free to avoid any upset tummies.

 

Cranberries

Some dried fruit like raisins can be toxic to dogs. However, It is perfectly ok to give them dried cranberries in small quantities.

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