Apple, Peanut Butter, Honey Sliced Treats

Aug 21, 2020 | Pets, Treat Recipes

Happy “Friday Treats Friday”!  I went to Krogers today and bought several broccoli florets to dehydrate for the dogs.  Per my previous posts, I wondered if broccoli would make a great dehydrated treat but at the last minute decided to make these pretty sliced apples with peanut butter (unsweetened) and a drizzle of honey.  Can dog’s eat honey?  Yes, they can.  See that post Can Dogs Eat Honey? (HERE).

I was interested to see if Jake and Maggie liked honey as this was the first time they had ever tasted it and the verdict is NO.  I know they love apples, they love peanut butter but they do not like honey!

Apple Peanut Butter Honey Slices
Apple Peanut Butter Honey Slices

This treat is very simple to make and very healthy for your pet and yourself.  Every treat that I make for the pups I can eat.  I do admit that some of the treats I have made taste pretty bland but they are made with all natural organic ingredients.  I always make sure that I am using sugar-free ingredients when it comes to giving food to dogs.

Another way you can make these treats is to dip the apples in peanut butter and then plain greek non-fat yogurt.  Just place them in the freezer until frozen!!  I have made blueberries dipped in yogurt and frozen and the dogs loved them.  See Frozen Blueberry Bones (HERE) and this older post Frozen Blueberries (HERE).

I would still like to try those dehydrated broccoli florets.  I know the dogs do not like broccoli unless it is mixed into a combination like these Whipped Egg Broccoli Spinach Treats (HERE) and these Veggie Clover Treats (HERE) but I’m going to give it another shot and if making them this way.  If it works, I’ll stick with that recipe.   I also want to dehydrate chicken so I think next week will be all about dehydrated treats!!

Give me that apple
Give me that apple
Jake loves peanut butter

Apples, Peanut Butter, Honey Sliced Treats


1 apple
Peanut butter


Slice the apple
Spread peanut butter on one side
Lightly drizzle honey over the apples

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