Thanksgiving Day Doggie Brittle

Nov 6, 2022 | Pets, Treat Recipes

Happy Monday everyone!  I’m hosting Thanksgiving at our house this year and it got me thinking about what I’m going to make the dogs for their turkey dinner when this Thanksgiving Doggie Brittle came to mind.  I had a box of Stella and Chewy’s Grain Free Stella’s Stew (Beef) in the refrigerator that I needed to use but wasn’t quite sure what to do with it other than pour it over their food.  I figured why not mix some ingredients together and see if they liked my recipe.  This recipe came together super quick and easy.  All I did was mix Stella’s Stew, Quaker Oats, whole wheat flour and water together, let it sit for 3 minutes, poured it into an 8 x 8 inch baking pan approximately 2 inches high and baked the brittle at 375 degrees for 30 minutes.  I let cool, did a taste test with Jake and Maggie and guess what the verdict was?  They loved it and gave it a paws up!
I love Stella and Chewy’s products and have been feeding Stella and Chewy’s Raw Coated Kibble to them when I switched them over from puppy food.  The prices are reasonable and Pet Supplies Plus always seems to be running a sale. You can even order on-line for curb-side pickup.
Other ingredients to add to this brittle would be eggs, carrots, beef tips, spinach and/or pumpkin.  Or you could get fancy by cooking the egg right over top of the brittle while still in the oven.  I cut my first pieces into squares and then broke up the other pieces.  If you decided to cut your recipe into squares, you could decorate with shaved carrots to add some color, taste, and texture!

A little taste by Maggie before we added the oats

If your stew gets a bit watery, you can add more oats and flour and eliminate the teaspoon of water.  I thought my recipe needed the water but you can decide for yourself.  Or…vise versa…if your ingredients seem dry, add more water!

I hope your pups love this recipe.  Comment below and let me know how it turned out for you.  Check out my treat recipes link for more recipes and photos or scroll below for more pet related blog posts!  I’ll be posting more treat recipes and a new Thanksgiving tablescape this month!!

Thanksgiving Day Doggie Brittle

A Beefy, crunchy, and packed full of oats healthy treat for your pup!
No ratings yet
Print Pin Rate
Course: Dog Treats
Cuisine: American
Keyword: oats, whole wheat, stew
Author: Two Adorable Labs

Equipment

  • 1 mixing bowl
  • 1 spoon for mixing
  • 1 baking pan

Ingredients

  • 1 11 oz Box Stella & Chewy's Grain Free Stella's Stew
  • 1 cup Quaker Oats
  • 2 tbsp whole wheat flour
  • 1 tsp water
  • Extra Virgin Coconut Oil for lining the baking pan

Instructions

  • Line baking pan with a light coating of coconut oil
  • Mix all ingredient together in a bowl
  • Pour into an 8 x 8 inch baking dish or pan. Spread evenly
  • Bake at 375 degrees for 30 minutes. The outer edges will be very crunchy while the middle will be slightly soft.
  • Let cool, cut or break a part. Store in the refrigerator for up to 3 days in an air tight container

I’m Bobbi Jo, a lab-lover who took my passion for animals and dogs and turned it into something bigger.  When I adopted Jake and Maggie, my love for them became the driving force behind Two Adorable Labs, and my blog was born.  My hope is to not only share them with the world, but to help educate others on the importance of animal health and well-being. 

I love hearing from all of you and do my best to respond to each and every one of you.  I always enjoy your comments, feedback, and suggestions so keep them coming!  If I’ve posted a recipe (for our human and our furry friends) and you try it, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @twoadorablelabs and use #twoadorablelabs​.

If you do try and love my recipes, I would greatly appreciate a comment and rating.  I read every single one and respond to them.  It also lets Google know that the website contains quality content.  The more comments and 5-star ratings, the more Google will show my blog in search results!  Thank you so much! 

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

You Might Also Like

Puppy Pumpkin Pancakes

Puppy Pumpkin Pancakes

Happy Friday everyone! I have to say that these Puppy Pumpkin Pancakes were a huge hit with Jake and Maggie.  They love pumpkin and cinnamon and when I pulled my little glass jar of cinnamon out, they both were at my side in seconds.  Well, they were laying next to me...

Doggie Pumpkin Cookies

Doggie Pumpkin Cookies

Happy Wednesday everyone!  It’s November 2nd and what better way to kick off November than with these Doggie Pumpkin Cookies. Shaped in a ghost, bat, bone, and flower disk, these puffed up cookies are lab approved.  The dough is rolled out to approximately 1/4 inch...

Frozen Watermelon Treats

Frozen Watermelon Treats

Happy Wednesday everyone!  Does your pup love watermelon?  Then he will love this easy, whip in a blender, Frozen Watermelon Treat to enjoy on a hot summer day!  Mr. TAL and I had a cookout this past weekend and I bought watermelon, cantaloupe, and mixed berries to...

Doggie Star Biscuits

Doggie Star Biscuits

Happy July 4th everyone!  We hope you are celebrating and enjoying your day with lots of good food, family, and friends.  Today on the blog is a delicious and healthy Doggie Star Biscuit to make for your pups!  Made with all natural, pet safe ingredients made with...

Nutter Butter Doggie Sandwiches

Nutter Butter Doggie Sandwiches

Happy Wednesday everyone!  Today is Jake and Maggie’s 5th birthday!!!  Instead of making them a cake, I made these Nutter Butter Doggie Sandwiches and they loved them!  With healthy doggie approved peanut butter from BarkBistro, (see my doggie pancakes I made) whole...

Banana And Buddy Budder Frozen Treats

Banana And Buddy Budder Frozen Treats

Happy Friday everyone!  Today on the blog is a delicious Banana and Buddy Budder Frozen Treat.  A blend of Buddy Budder Peanut Butter and very ripe bananas frozen into heart shaped goodies for your dog!  With two simple ingredients, one bowl, one fork, one spoon and a...

What Do You Think? Let Us Know!

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Recipe Rating




This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.