I have another bone broth and oats homemade dog treats recipe for you! This may be the easiest dog treat I’ve made yet!
The ease of making homemade dog treats has changed so much since I first began making them a few years ago.
I've been baking dog treats whenever the notion occurs to me as a little treat for my four-legged friends for quite a while and I love sharing my recipes.
This dog treat recipe is by far my dog's favorite compared to any treat I have ever bought from the store!
I'm also very particular about what my pets eat. I usually make my bone broth at home, but for this recipe, I changed the recipe for simplicity of ingredients and for things I knew both you and I would have on hand in our pantry and refrigerator.
🥣 How to Make Bone Broth and Oats Homemade Dog Treats
You only need four ingredients to make these homemade dog treats.
It's pretty simple, right?
Using Oats, whole wheat flour, beef broth, and an egg will make the best and easiest homemade dog treats ever.
It is also easy to make these dog treats and you can make them regularly to share with friends during the holidays for their pets.
It doesn't matter what cookie cutter or biscuit cutter you use. It makes about 30 dog treats with the mini cutter and about 8 with the large cutter. Making different shapes and sizes is a great experience.
Here's my recipe for homemade dog treats. I would love to hear how your pooch likes them!
📋 Ingredient Notes
Whole Wheat Flour - Most local health-food and grocery stores carry wheat flour as the most popular type of flour for dog treats.
Oatmeal - Besides being high in fiber, oatmeal contains a variety of nutrients, minerals, and antioxidants. Oatmeal, when served moderately, has many benefits for dogs. It is a significant source of soluble fiber, which regulates blood glucose levels and can help dogs with irregular bowl movements.
Egg - An egg helps to bind all the ingredients together.
Beef Bone Broth - Dogs can benefit from bone broth because it's loaded with nutrients. It contains many vitamins and minerals, as well as protein, glycine, collagen, and glucosamine. It’s hydrating. Best of all, dogs love the flavor and they find it easy to digest.
Preheat oven to 350° Degrees Fahrenheit.
Simply mix the flour and oatmeal. Measure beef broth and add egg, slightly beat together. Add it all together.
Once you have a dough ball. Roll it onto a lightly floured surface and roll to ¼ inch thickness. Cut with your favorite doggie cookie cutter.
Place on greased cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes.
Let Cool and treat your fur baby. Be sure to let your treats cool completely before storing your treats.
👩🏻🍳 Frequently Asked Questions
Can Dogs Drink Bone Broth?
Are bone broths good for dogs, too? Yes, absolutely! Bone broth is not a meal replacement for your dog, but it can be a nutritious addition to their regular feeding schedule to round out their nutritional needs.
How much bone broth can I give my dog?
For pets under 20 pounds, serve them 1 oz of bone broth a day. For pets between 20-40 pounds, serve them 2 oz of bone broth a day. For pets between 50-80 pounds, feed them 4 oz of bone broth a day. For pets 80+ pounds, feed them 6 oz of bone broth a day.
Can I give my dog store bought bone broth?
You can buy or make bone broth from stores or online. Besides adding some extra nutrition to your dog's diet, it is a good food for humans as well, making it a great choice. The flavor of bone broth is very mild, so it is likely your dog will love it.
Bone Broth and Oats Homemade Dog Treats
- • 2 Cups Whole Wheat Flour
- • 3 tablespoon Oatmeal
- • 1 Egg, Lightly Beaten
- • ⅔ Cup Beef Broth
- Preheat your oven to 350° Degrees Fahrenheit.
- Combine the whole wheat flour and oatmeal. Measure beef bone broth and add egg, slightly beat together. Add to your dry mixture.
- Once the ball forms, roll out on lightly floured surface and roll to ¼ inch thickness. Cut with desired cutter.
- Place on greased cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes.
- Let Cool and treat your fur baby.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 31Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 6mgSodium: 23mgCarbohydrates: 6gFiber: 1gSugar: 0gProtein: 1g
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Looking forward to making this for our Yorkies. Can I substitute rice or sorghum flour for the wheat flour?
Dog Mom Chef says
I believe you can substitute sorghum flour - you may want to add a little bit more liquid.