Very Very Veggie Easter Treat
Have you been wanting to make healthy homemade dog treats but have been to intimated to try? Afraid to mess them up or your dogs won’t like them? Well, these are healthy, doggie approved, easier than ever made dog treats and in shapes of Easter eggs, flowers, and bunnies. It took no time at all to make them and only 20 minutes to cook. I bought these adorable cutters at Kroger for my oatmeal and raisin cookies I wanted to make (recipe compliments of my dad) but decided to use them to make these Very Veggie Easter Dog Treats!
You can easily spread this mixture out flat on a baking sheet but I wanted to be a bit more “fancy” and as thick as the cutter. I wanted a more “meaty” treat for Jake and Maggie to enjoy! They absolutely love zucchini, carrots, and are starting to fall in love with green beans. Well, Maggie LOVES them while Jake…NOT REALLY :-). But combined in a delicious treat and he won’t know the difference :-).
I would love to know if you make these and how your pup liked them. Enjoy!!!
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened"
Maggie "eyeing" up the treats 🙂
Jake and his green bean 🙂
Jake isn’t very fond of green beans. He prefers to play with them than to eat them! LOL
Very Very Veggie Easter Dog Treats
1 cup oats
1 cup whole wheat flour
1 large zucchini shredded
5 large baby carrots shredded
1/2 cup green beans cut in chunks
Coat 8 x 12 baking dish in 1 teaspoon of olive oil
Spread mixture in baking dish and let sit for 5 minutes
Use cutter to make treats and fill up to top
Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes
Let cool and serve
Note: You could also form small meatball shaped treats and bake the same way
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