Pumpkin apple mint dog treats are perfect for freshening bad breath in dogs. Try this homemade dog treat recipe!
It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas! I’ve got a new recipe, hot out of the oven and just in time for the holidogs! Spread the joy of the season with this Peppermint Holidog Christmas Dog Treat Recipe. Perfect for parties and gifts (for dogs only, of course), this treat features a hint of peppermint. I’ve used the extract for my cookies, but feel free to use the fresh stuff. Peppermint is safe for your dog to eat and is believed to be beneficial in treating stomach problems.
Directions: Mix Oil and Water, slowly add flour and other ingredients, roll dough out on a flat surface. Cut with bone-shaped cookie cutters. Bake 35 minutes in a 350 degree oven. Makes about 2 dozen herbal dog treats (depending on the size of your cutter).HintThey freeze well! But they'll last for approximately 1 month unfrozen. The fresh flavor of parsley and mint helps to freshen your pet’s breath. What else does mint do? Mint can also be soothing to the stomach and nervous system and help alleviate nausea. Parsley is also soothing and can help relieve arthritic pain.Garlic supports the immune system and prevents fleas.These bones are fresh and minty smelling. A reader wrote last week to tell me her dog, Hope, just adores them.
Homemade Dog Treats – Breath Mint Recipe
Recipe for homemade kale apple and mint dog treats! Amazing!
The brilliance is not just in the money you save on treats or the sheer fun of watching your dog(s) devour them; due to the mint, these treats will also help get rid of your pup’s doggy breath! This recipe is a sure-fire hit for both dogs and their humans! And with a crazy cute , the finished treats are as adorable as they are delicious – all you have to do is pour your mix into the tray and stick it in the freezer; it’s that easy!
My fist lamb dog treat recipe was so popular I decided to make another, and this one left my kitchen smelling pleasantly like mint for the rest of the afternoon.
Ingredients 1/2 cup Lamb (cooked and shredded) 1 teaspoon Mint Extract 1 1/4 cup Whole Wheat Flour 1/2 cup Milk
Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silicone baking mat. 2. In a large bowl combine all ingredients until well mixed. 3. Roll out dough on floured surface 1/4 inch thick. Cut into shapes with the cutter of your choice. 4. Place cookies on an prepared baking sheet and poke with a fork to prevent air bubbles. Cook for 10-15 minutes. Cool and refrigerate.Did you know mint is also in season in spring? The popular herb is also a great ingredient for dog treats, since it adds flavor while also helping freshen your dog’s often-stinky breath. We found two simple recipes featuring mint that we are looking forward to trying out. The call for only three things: fresh mint, water and unsalted crushed crackers. After mixing these ingredients together, pop them in the freezer until frozen and voila, a quick, cool snack for your pup!As an added bonus, I’ve got a free printable to go with this recipe! If you’d like to whip up a batch of these doggy breath mints to give as a gift to a favorite mutt, feel free to use these to make these treats just a little more special! And as always, don’t forget to grab my for all your pet recipes!