No-bake, yummy peanut butter treats

Rachel Wright, Staff Writer

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Anyone that has a dog and likes to do special things for them on their birthdays or on a holiday should make his or her own dog treats. My dog loves to eat, even as she is getting old, so it is easier to play with her when using food instead of the millions of toys she has. When I heard of this recipe, I thought she would love it, just like she did with the strawberry ice cream treat.

With this recipe you can add a tablespoon of flax seed oil and a teaspoon alfalfa powder before mixing it together. These ingredients have added health benefits for dogs. Flax seed oil is good for a dog’s skin and coat. If your dog has mild allergies or arthritis flax seed oil could show improvement. Alfalfa powder also has a strong source of vitamins and minerals.

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  • Gather all the materials.

  • Put the oats in the bowl first then any other ingredient.

  • Mix it all together.

  • Roll it into a ball at any size.

  • Put the plate with the treat into the fridge between 20 and 40 minutes.

  • Keep the treat in an air tight container.

  • Taste test!

  • Approved and wanting more.

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