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4 Ingredient Homemade Dog Treats

Save money and feed your dogs with these high quality homemade treats for your dogs! They are quick and easy to make with only 4 ingredients you probably already have on hand. Great to use as rewards while training your dogs. 
Prep Time15 mins
Cook Time1 hr
Total Time1 hr 15 mins
Course: Snack
Keyword: Dog Food, Dog Treats
Servings: 2 cups
Author: Clean Fingers Laynie

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Flour *
  • 1/2 cup Cheese, grated **
  • 5 oz Tuna, canned
  • 1 large Egg

Instructions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Grate cheese, and add all ingredients into a medium sized bowl. 
    4 Ingredients for Homemade Dog Training Treats
  • Mix well until a dough forms. (I like to use my hands and really knead the dough together). 
    Dough Ball for Homemade Dog Training Treats
  • Coat 8" x 8", oven-safe, baking dish with cooking spray. Press mixture into an even layer into baking dish. 
    Dough Pressed Into Baking Dish for Homemade Dog Training Treats
  • Bake for 20 minutes, and remove the mixture from pan onto a cutting board. 
  • Cut mixture with a chef's knife, or pizza cutter, into small pieces (about the size of a thumbnail). 
    Cutting Homemade Dog Training Treats
  • Return cut treats to baking dish and bake at reduced temperature of 275 degrees for an additional 40-60 minutes. Check dog treats at 40 minutes, and every 5 minutes thereafter, until treats are dried and golden brown. The treats will continue to dry out as they cool.
    Cut Up Homemade Dog Training Treats in Baking Dish
  • Let treats cool and give to your furry friends! 

Notes

*Some dogs may have allergies to different kinds of flours. So, monitor your dog when giving them treats made with flour. Whole-grain, nut, or all-purpose flours may be suitable for your dog. 
**I like to use sharp cheddar cheese for these treats, but the smellier the cheese used the better! 
Storage: treats can be refrigerated for up to a week, or they can be frozen for up to a month!