Mix ingredients together well. Form into a ball, roll out to 1/4 inch thickness with a rolling pin. Cut into desired shapes, place on cookie sheets and bake in 325 oven for 30 minutes, or until browned. Turn off oven, leaving biscuits in the oven until cooled. These biscuits may be frozen, but keep well for a couple of weeks if they are very dry and crisp.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Is oat flour oatmeal?
<b> Editor's Note: </b> Oat flour is generally whole oats ground into flour. Oatmeal is rolled oats and is coarse with larger pieces of oats.
My puppy bango just love them and my other dog cloe and her puppies love them as well.
Has any one used just plain jiff peanut butter? The natural peanut butter is more expensive.
Thanks for the recipe. My little Sandy is getting these cut into Christmas shapes, and I think I will take them to a cookie exchange. People have more than just kiddies at home. :o)
I made these cookies and my dog Henry LOVES them! I make a bunch and freeze some of them for later.
My three beagles LOVE these doggie biscuits. I make them every few months and they act like they haven't been fed in forever. I mean they LOVE them. Thanks so much for posting the recipe. It's a keeper!
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Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits -- one of the recipes calls for baking powder. I read in Dr. Jon's newsletter: "Baking Powder and Baking Soda. Baking soda and baking powder are both leavening agents. A leavening agent is a common ingredient in baked goods that produces a gas causing batter and dough to rise.
Baking soda is simply sodium bicarbonate. Baking powder consists of baking soda and an acid, usually cream of tartar, calcium acid phosphate, sodium aluminum sulfate or a mixture of the three. Ingestion of large amounts of baking soda or baking powder can lead to electrolyte abnormalities (low potassium, low calcium and/or high sodium), congestive heart failure or muscle spasms."
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