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Peanut Honey Oat Balls

by Emily


1 lb. jar Peanut butter (creamy or chunky)
1/4 cup honey
1/2 cup wheat or corn flour (preferrably wheat)
3/4 cup plain oats

1.Preheat oven to 400 degrees f.
2.Mix all ingredients in large mixing bowl until all one color.
3.Roll into small 1/2" to 1" diameter balls depending on your dog's size*.
4.Place 1" apart on lightly greased or tinned (tin foil) cookie sheet.
5.Cook until hard and outside is a light brown.
6.Take out of oven and serve at room temperature**.

CAUTION!: Give a maximum of TWO(2) of these treats to your dog per day! As they contain sugar and too much sugar can lead to tooth decay, addiction, and other major health problems! These are not to be used as treats for training!

*Serving Size:
small, toy, and puppy- 1/2".
medium and large- 3/4".
extra-large and giant-1".*

**Want to make icing? Mash a banana and about eight blueberries in a bowl until one color and very smooth. Spread onto room temperature cookie!**

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by: Anonymous

My treats didn't get hard in the oven. I took them out and let them cool. They got hard at room temp. I just thought I should add that for other people.

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