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RECIPE: Dehydrated Vegetarian Dog Treats

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Today we have a special guest recipe from Excalibur Food Dehydrators – America’s top dehydrator manufactured since 1973. I know that many of you know that we’ve often written about our dehydrator (and you’ll find our dehydrator recipes in our The Healthy Hound Cookbook and My Dog Says I’m a Great Cook!)

Most of our dehydrator recipes are for meat-based training treats, but today we’re featuring a vegetarian dog treat!

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You can substitute just about any fruit or vegetable in this vegetarian dog treat recipe to add variety. This recipe uses an egg as a binding agent but if you want to make these treats vegan– just mix the dough longer and omit the egg.

Baking Tools You’ll Need

You probably already have all the baking tools you’ll need already in your kitchen:

Baking Tools You’ll Need

You probably already have all the baking tools you’ll need already in your kitchen:

Ingredients You’ll Need

2 1/2 cups flour of your choice

3/4 cup dry milk powder

1/2 cup vegetable oil

2 tablespoons brown sugar

2 vegetable bouillon cubes; dissolved in 3/4 cup boiling water

1/2 cup carrots (green beans, apples, or blueberries)

1 egg (optional)

Let’s Make a Dehydrated Vegetarian Dog Treat!

In a large bowl mix all ingredients and form into a ball. On a flour dusted cutting board, roll out the dough to about 1/4″ thick.

Cut with bone-shaped cookie cutter or any cutter shape your pet will like.

Dehydrate at the highest setting 145 – 155 until done.

Approximately 6 – 8 hours. Add time if needed as treats should be VERY dry.

Looking for more recipes? Download one of our free dog treat cookbooks!

Cooks: Don’t miss our My Dog Says I’m a Great Cook™ cookbook with over 100 dog treat recipes from the publishers, readers and fans of DogTipper! This paperback book is available in our PawZaar gift store!

Harvey

Friday 30th of May 2014

What's so healthy about sugar and salty bouillon cubes? No thanks!