Puppy Cookies

In case you hadn’t guessed, I really 💞 my animals. To the point of home made treats. Today I’m sharing my puppy cookies. 

I sell these at our seasonal farm stand and they’re always a big hit. Plus, there’s just TWO ingredients!

  
Baby food purée. Brand doesn’t matte, just make sure it’s fruit or vegetable purée without other ingredients. 

  
Whole wheat flour. 

  
1C of each into a mixing bowl. Yum! Mix well.

  
Your dough will be sticky but hold together. Like cookie dough, which I guess makes sense. 

  
Lightly flour your rolling surface with a bit more whole wheat. Plop your dough down and get rolling!

  
Go for 1/4″ thick roughly. 

  
Cut out with cookie cutters, a shot glass or the baby food jar like I did. 

  
Place on a cookie sheet that’s been coated in non stick spray. They don’t spread when baked and can be closely spaced. 

  
Bake in a 350 oven for 0-12 minutes. Allow to cool then treat your puppies guilt free! 

Puppy Cookies

Ingredients

1C whole wheat flour

2 4oz jars baby food 

Tip: get a purée, one or two ingredient baby food like sweet potato or apples and pears. You can also used canned purée of pumpkin or applesauce. Or make it yourself. You’ll need 1C purée. 

Steps

  1. Combine ingredients, dough will be a bit sticky.
  2. Lightly flour (whole wheat) a surface and roll out dough to 1/4″ thick. 
  3. Cut out cookies using cutters or a shot glass or whatever. 
  4. Remember, only reroll once – the dough gets too tough after that. 
  5. Get your oven preheating to 350 degrees. 
  6. Lightly spray a cooking sheet with non stick spray. 
  7. Place cookies on tray. They don’t spread out when baking too much. 
  8. Bake for 10-12 minutes until edges are firm. 
  9. Let cool before removing to store. 

Storing

Check with your puppy. If they like soft, store in a brown paper lunch sack. 

If they like firm, store in a zip bag or plastic container. 

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