Snowball dog treats – your dog will happily beg for more! Extremely easy to make. Made with 3 everyday ingredients – which means, you can bake them at any time.
Snowball Dog Treats
The dogs had ran out of treats, and I wanted to whip some up, fast! I didn’t have any bacon grease – for my “Homemade Bacon Dog Treats” (which are a huge hit with the dogs!), so I came up with these. They always know when I’m baking them treats. Plus, these are shaped like little snowballs – so cute!
Also, which is very important – these are all natural dog treats. No recalls, no chemicals, no preservatives, and they’re fresh.
Here’s what I did:
I whisked together canola oil, and an egg. I stirred in the flour. The mixture will be CRUMBLY, but will also squish together. Ok – so now I used a sturdy plastic 1 Tablespoon measuring spoon. Scoop the mixture into the 1 Tablespoon (just like scooping out cookie dough), and make sure to really pack the mixture in the measuring spoon. Then remove the snowball dog treats, by banging on the counter, or over a mixing bowl. It should pop right out. If you have a nice cookie scoop with a trigger handle, by all means use it. Just be sure to really pack the mixture into the scoop.
Place all the snowball dog treats onto a non-stick baking sheet (I always line mine with a non-stick silicone baking mat). You can place the snowballs close together. The treats will not spread, and keep their shape. Bake them in a preheated oven 350 F degree, for 30 minutes. Allowing them to completely cool before giving to your dogs. I was able to make 22 (1 Tablespoon) snowball dog treats.
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Snowball Dog Treats – Makes 22 (1 Tablespoon) dog treats
- 1/3 cup canola oil
- 1 egg
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
Step One: Preheat the oven to 350 F degrees. Place a baking sheet on the counter, within reach.
Step Two: Whisk together the canola oil and egg. Stir in the flour (the mixture will be crumbly, and hold its shape when squished together). Using a 1 Tablespoon measuring spoon, scoop out the mixture. Make sure to really pack the mixture into measuring spoon. Remove the snowball, by banging on the counter or over a mixing bowl. It should pop right out.
Step Three: Place the snowballs onto a baking sheet (I always line mine with a non-stick silicone baking mat). Bake in the preheated oven for 30 minutes. Allow to completely cool before giving to your dog. Can be stored loosely on the counter.
The texture: soft and crumbly.
Notes: Be sure to pack the mixture down firmly, into the scoop. The snowballs will not spread, and can be placed close together.
Get in the kitchen, and bake up some memories!
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