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Pea-Mutt Butter Dog Treats

 

Today's snack: This is a test of just how much you really do love your dog. Why don't YOU eat one of these treats? After all, everything in them is OK for a human to eat. Put your arm around your dog, and enjoy your treats together. Then have a good scratch, and a nice, loud howl!

 

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Here's somethin' lovin' for your four-legged friends.

 

Preheat the oven to 250 degrees. Mix in a bowl with a spoon:

 

2 tablespoons corn oil

cup peanut butter

1 cup water

 

Now add:

 

1 cup whole-wheat flour

2 cups white flour

 

Make sure you've washed your hands, and dredge them with flour. Now take a hold of the dough, and knead it. That means smash it this way and that way, until it's smooth. Form it into a ball and put it on a clean, floured countertop or cutting board.

 

Take a rolling pin, and roll out the dough little by little until it is only about one-fourth inch thick. Take your favorite cookie cutters and cut out shapes. If you have a bone cookie cutter, that makes an attractive finished product. But your dog will love them no matter how they look!

 

Carefully, with a spatula, lift each cut-out shape and place on an ungreased cookie sheet.

 

Bake at 250 degrees for 20 minutes.

 

Makes 2 dozen.

 

ARF!!!!!

 

By Susan Darst Williams www.AfterSchoolTreats.com Animals 01 2008

 

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