Veggie Clover Dog Treats

Feb 26, 2020 | Pets, Treat Recipes

This is a re-post:  Happy Monday everyone!!!  I’m kicking off March 1st with this Shamrock Shaped Veggie Clover Dog Treat for you and your pups to try!  This is a re-post with a few additions but what better way to celebrate St. Patrick’s month then with shamrocks!  I’m so excited for March and have got lots of fun things planned for you to see and read!  Do you love my tablescapes?  I hope so because I’ve got a fun one that I’ll be working on tomorrow for Wednesday’s blog post!  I’ve got recipes, home decor, candles, and cookbooks to show plus a book review about two twins who have made it big in the world of women’s wrestling!  Yes, I said Women’s WWE!  I’m also talking about The Southern Entertainer’s Cookbook and making a recipe from the book to show you.  
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day (which is right around the corner), I wanted to make these Veggie Clover Dog Treats.  I was in luck because I found a clover cookie cutter that I didn’t know I had and already had all of the ingredients at home so no need to run to the store!  This recipe calls for broccoli so I gave Jake and Maggie a small floret and they hated it.  Maggie took hers into the living room and made a mess with it and Jake just looked at me like…what is this you are giving me…It’s awful!  LOL!  I crossed my fingers and proceeded with my recipe and in the end, I succeeded.  This recipe is Two Adorable Labs five star approved :-).
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2 cups almond flour
1/2 cup coconut flour
6 broccoli florets
1/2 cup water
2 tablespoons coconut oil


Scrape the top of the florets off with a knife into a bowl or put into a food processor and pulse until finely chopped.  Make sure they are finely chopped because the cutter will have a hard time forming the shape of the treat.  If you over-process, you don’t want mushy veggies.  

Mix almond flour, coconut flour, and broccoli together.

Add water and coconut oil and mix well.  

Need the dough into a ball and freeze for 15 minutes.

Use two sheets of parchment paper and roll out flat with a rolling pin.  I rolled out to about 1/4 inch thick.

Bake at 350 degrees for approximately 25 minutes or until the edges are brown.

Let sit to cool.  

This recipe was taken from Proud Dog Chef and I made a few small changes.  I also changed the name.  To make this dog treat even more impressive for your pup, add shredded carrots and kale leaf!  Just make sure the veggies you add are finely chopped.  


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  1. Sharon

    Top of the morning to your furry friends!

    • Bobbi

      You as well. I know Gus is telling you to make him these treats…asap! LOL! George might be to small yet. His little belly will get upset.


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