This week we are shining our ThermoFun Member Spotlight on Tania Lee! Tania has shared with us her Peanut Butter, Banana & Oat Thermomix Dog Treats! This recipe sounds too delicious and I'm not even a dog!! Tania converted this recipe to be made in the Thermomix from Miss Molly Says Blog. She also gave us a great recipe for doggy meatloaf.
Here is Tania’s story about these Thermomix Dog Treats:
"Thermomix is great to make food and treats for our pets too. We have a local 'Gourmet' pet food store that we used to buy from but now the kids and I enjoy making things for our Cavoodle, Honey, ourselves. Plus it's a huge savings bonus! She especially likes these treats. We recently picked up a dog bone cookie cutter from a popular kitchenwares store, but you can just cut them into squares, or use other shaped cutters. Honey's never complained about the shape of her treats! Hope your dog enjoys them too".
- 50g oats
- 140g wholemeal spelt flour (or wholemeal flour)
- 140g peanut butter
- 1 medium banana, halved
- 1 egg
- Pre heat oven to 180°C.
- Place all ingredients in TM bowl and combine 20 sec / speed 3. Add a little more flour and mix again if still overly wet and sticky.
- Roll out between two pieces of baking paper to approx. 5mm thick and cut out with a cookie cutter or just squares with a knife. Position on a lined cookie tray.
- Bake in oven 20 mins.
- Turn oven off. Turn cookies over and place them back in switched off oven for an hour to dry them out some more.
Store in an airtight container in the fridge.
Please check your peanut butter DOES NOT contain xylitol. Xylitol is a sugar replacement and is extremely toxic to dogs.
If you (your fur babies!) enjoyed this recipe then please consider leaving a comment. It’s always refreshing to see comments from people that have tried a recipe and found it a success or tweaked it to suit.
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I have made these about four times now our Labrador loves his treat thank you so much and so easy love it
Glenda thank you! I'm very happy to hear your labrador enjoys his ThermoFun treats too! :)
Just popped these in the oven and my 2 Aussies are sitting at the oven waiting for them to finish baking! They loved the dough and lets be honest thats always the best part! Top recipe i added activaed charcoal to this batch aswel!
Thank you Jade, sounds like your two fur babes are very happy! :)
Our Bull Arab x Weimaraner puppy LOVES these. A great treat for puppy training.
Great to hear Tamara thank you! :)
Deirdre McDonald says
These cookies are great for my boxer who has allergies so always use fresh food and these cookies are perfect as they are from natural ingredients ❤️
Thank you Deirdre for your comment. I'm glad they are good for your boxer. :)
Always got my dogs biscuits from the market, but due to Covid they are shut. Decided to try these. I am glad I did! My dogs absolutely love them! They bowl me over when they see me approaching the jar that hold them! Thankyou so much! Best recipe ever!
oh wow that's so great to hear Lisa. Thank you!
My dog loves theses thanks can anyone tell me where l can buy the dog shape cutter🐾
I purchased the dog bone cookie cutter from a Kitchen Warehouse store a few years ago. I’d probably try to source it online now though, or call a kitchen store prior to visiting to confirm they have them. 🐶
Melissa D'Or says
Just made these for my 15 year old Staffie and she loves them
Hello! Ive just read up on these, mine was not sticky enough and its clear now it was because of the size of the banana, but since the egg i used was also small, i threw in a second egg. Is this acceptable or should I not feed him these and make new ones instead? I mean, I alredy fed him two and he GOBBLED them and even licked the floor... Thanks for any insight!
I'm no vet but I can't see what you've done be a problem for him.
My two dogs Nigella and Cocoa have been enjoying these cookies for years now! Have you thought about making any other dog biscuit/treat recipes? I would like to see one that uses mashed pumpkin or carrot.
Heidi, I'm pleased to hear Nigella and Cocoa enjoy the cookies. I don't have any other treat recipes as such, but make sure you check out Doggy Meatloaf and Honey's Chow.
Super easy to make and are loved by the guide dog at work. Having said that, it's hard to keep our two-legged friends away from them too! Made these 3 times already and will make again and again. Thank you for this fab recipe!
Thank you Karenina, may your four legged friend and two legged friends continue to enjoy the treats! :)
Have to make this every week ..or double the batch...my guys stand on guard waiting for them to come out of the oven...I have to put one in the freezer to cool down or mummy gets into trouble....btw I don’t keep in the fridge and they keep fine ...make sure they dry out properly!!!
Thank you Julia, pleased to hear your fur babies enjoy them! :)
Myree Isbester says
Great recipe thank you, our little girl loves them. They are so easy to make
Fantastic Myree - pleased your little girl loves them! :)
Hi I used the ingredients above but mine is very dry not wet enough to combine at all. Can you please help understand why this would be or what I could add to at least be able to roll out.
My first time making treats ft my dog 😄
Hi Christine, I'm wondering did you use a medium sized banana rather than a small one?
The banana size really makes a difference to this recipe. So if your banana was on the small side the dough would be too dry. If this happens again, next time just add a bit of water (or bit more mashed up banana) just enough to get the dough sticking together to roll out. I do hope your batch didn't go to waste and that your dog enjoyed them! :)
My dogs love these biscuits ?? actually one of my humans does too ?
Awesome to hear Kylie! Thank you!
Helen hutchings says
How long would these last , would love to give a go for my dog , we give her one every morning
Helen, I have used them at least a month after making them. :)
My dog loves them!! he's very impressed. I did sub plain flour as I didn't have any wholemeal, probably not as healthy but next time I'll grab some wholemeal first. Thanks!
That's so awesome to hear Robyn! Doggy treats for a precious pup!
Just made a batch of these for our new rescue dog "Molly" and she loves them! Gobbled down two today so now we've got her daily breakfast sorted. Thanks!
That's great to hear Sharon. Molly is lucky to have you! :)
Liz reid says
How long do they last in the fridge
Liz I have used them at least a month after making them.
Thanks for the recipe- just made these for our Puppy School Christmas Party =)
lol! oh how gorgeous a puppy school xmas party!!! :) I trust they will be enjoyed by all! :)
I have spelt flour but it isn't wholemeal will this be ok to use ?
yes should be fine Karen :)
Easy to make and very tasty, the humans in this house are enjoying them too!
lol great to hear they are being enjoyed by all Julie! :)
Helen barr says
My daughter makes these for her furbaby and he loves them, my furbaby is a cross king Charles cavalier and she is very fussy,but i gave her one that my daughter had made and she loved it. So of to the kitchen to make her a batch.thankyou for the amazing recipe?
Thank you Helen - I'm a real dog lover so always happy to hear that I'm making them happy! :)
I baked these earlier for my dog and he's just thoroughly enjoyed two of them! Great recipe :-)
Sounds like a very lucky well loved dog Kirsty! :)