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ABOUT THIS RECIPE
I’m using oat flour as a lot of dogs are allergic to wheat products and oats are a good alternative source of carbohydrates, plus they are also a good source of linoleic acid which is a type of Omega-6 fatty acid that helps keep skin and fur healthy. Pumpkin is great for binding loose stools, honey can help sooth some allergies in dogs, cinnamon has anti inflammatory properties as does ginger. Ginger can also help soothe digestive issues.
NOTE – please do check the ingredients in your peanut butter as some brands contain XYLITOL which is toxic to dogs, you want to go for an all natural, no sugar brand.
Always feed your dog treats in moderation and remember to introduce a new food slowly into your dogs diet.
○ COOKING TIME: ~ 40 min
○ SERVING: 16 cookies
[1 ¼ cup] Oat Flour
 Large Egg
[¼ cup] All Natural Canned Pumpkin
[½ tbsp] Peanut Butter (ALL NATURAL, NO SUGAR, NO XYLITOL)
[1 tsp] MIGOS Vit + Min Powder
[1 tbsp] Honey
[¼ tsp] Cinnamon
[¼ tsp] Ginger
[¼ cup] Rice Flour
[¼ cup] Corn Starch
[A few drops] Plant Based Food Coloring
[½ tsp] Peanut Butter (ALL NATURAL, NO SUGAR, NO XYLITOL)
[Dash] Ground Ginger
[2-3 tbsp] Water
Preheat oven to 350°
Add the oat flour, cinnamon, ginger, and Migos Dog supplement powder into a large mixing bowl.
Add egg, pumpkin, peanut butter, and honey.
Stir together until it forms a ball of dough.
Dust a bit of the oat flour onto the rolling pin and a clean work surface and gently roll out the dough until it's 1/2 cm thick.
Using a cookie cutter, cut out the shapes and keep going until you've used up all of the dough.
Lay cookies onto a lined baking tray and place into a preheated oven for 15-20 minutes - until golden brown.
Leave to cool on a wire rack.
Once cooled, you can decorate them using our dog friendly frosting recipe.
Mix all ingredients into a smooth paste, not too runny but the consistency of honey. Only use a little to decorate with as really the biscuits are enough, and the decoration is more just to make it look pretty. I’m sure the dogs wont mind! Keep in an air tight container for 1 month.