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Apple Peanut butter Vegan Dog Treats

This week we are DASH-ing into fall with some tasty treats for your furry friend. Made with my dog, Rant's favorite kitchen appliance.

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Get your pup lovin' fall

Last Holidays, I gifted my dog, Rant an electric Dog Treat maker but the company that brought us the skull waffle maker, the shamrock waffle maker, etc, etc. We both love it. It's been a year of experimenting with flour proportions and which vegan flavors he thinks blend well together. And they are food grade, so I take a little nibble myself. I have found we have similar taste. Plus the bonding factor is worth way more than the $30 -something price tag.


Now is the time to unleash a recipe into the world. Our Apple Peanut butter dog treats combine fresh chopped apple pieces with creamy peanut butter. They are egg-free-dairy-free and meat-free.


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This recipe takes 10 min of prep time, 8 minute cook time and yields 8 dog bones .


The supplies needed are: measuring spoons and cups, Cutting board, paring knife and peeler, wooden spoon, food processor, and a Dash Dog Treat Maker. Ingredients include; 1/4 cup creamy peanutbutter, 1 medium sized apple, or two small apples, 3 tbs flour, 3 tbs potato starch, 3 tbs cornmeal, vegan cooking spray.

grains, apples, and penutbutter, in glass bowls on a faux wood tray.
I like keeping my homemade dog treats simple with fresh and whole ingrediants

STEP 1 Peel the apple and remove the seeds, cut into quarters.



the desiered consistnacy of the recipe is well combined and creamy with a few apple chunks
Its ready for cooking with combined like this

Step 2 Place All the ingredients into a food processor. Pulse and blend until smooth and creamy.






Step 3 Warm up your dash. Spray with cooking spray, top and bottom. Place enough of the dough in the bone shape to cover. Don't worry about it being perfect, the excess cooked dough is easy to peel off around the bone shape. Close the dash and cook for 6-8 minutes.






Step 4 When the timer is up, open the Dash. Careful, there will be stream. Use the wooden spoon to remove the bones and place on a place. Make sure that they are fully cooled before feeding them to your four legged bestie.






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Apple and Peanut Butter Vegan Dog Treats

Prep Time 10 Minutes Bake Time 6-8 minutes Yields 8 Treats

Ingredients

  • 1 medium apple or two small apples, peeled and cored

  • 1/4 cup creamy peanut butter

  • 3 tbs potato starch

  • 3 tbs flour

  • 3 tbs cornmeal

Directions


  1. Peel the apple and remove the seeds, cut into quarters.

  2. Place All the ingredients into a food processor. Pulse and blend until smooth and creamy.

  3. Warm up your dash. Spray with cooking spray, top and bottom. Place enough of the dough in the bone shape to cover. Don't worry about it being perfect, the excess cooked dough is easy to peel off around the bone shape. Close the dash and cook for 6-8 minutes.

  4. When the timer is up, open the Dash. Careful, there will be stream. Use the wooden spoon to remove the bones and place on a place. Make sure that they are fully cooled before feeding them to your four legged bestie.



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