Honey and Oat Dog Biscuits

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Sunday, February 14, 2016
homemade dog biscuits

Happy Valentines Day!

I've posted a couple of recipes now for some ideas for homemade gifts for someone you love for Valentines day - oreo truffles (peanut butter and peppermint) for example, or a giant cookie professing your undying love. But what if the love in your life is of the puppy variety? Adam and I always remind each other that it's a close call for first place in the affection stakes in our house ;)

So I present you with a quick and easy Valentines recipe for the dog love of your life!

homemade dog biscuits

Honey, Oat and Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits


1 cup oats
1 cup plain flour
1 tbsp runny honey
⅓ cup peanut butter
1 egg


  • Add ingredients to a food processor if you have one and process until it all comes together to form a dough. It should stick together and you should be able to easily mould it into a ball. If not, add a little more peanut butter if it's too dry or more oats or flour if it's too wet.
  • Wrap dough in cling film and chill for an hour or so.
  • Remove from fridge and preheat oven to 180° C
  • Roll out dough to about 1cm and cut into hearts with a cookie cutter. Alternatively, you can just shape the dough into a rectangle and cut into squares. The size of the heart cutter should be reflective of your dog ie if you have a little dog like my two then use a little cutter, if you have a Great Dane or similar then use a bigger one!
  • Cook for ten minutes or until golden brown.
  • Transfer to a wire rack to let cool.
  • Feed to your excited pups!


    You don't need a food processor to make this, you can just as easily beat it together yourself in a bowl with a wooden spoon but I was feeling particularly lazy today

    Another note:

    These are perfectly fit for human consumption (I gave these out three at a time - one to Roxy, one to Izzy, and one to my husband. Couldn't get him to give me his paw first though ;)

    homemade dog biscuits
  • 16 comments on "Honey and Oat Dog Biscuits"
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    2. Aww let me know if you try them!

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