Once baked and cooled, your Irresistible Christmas Cookie Dog Treats should look something like this:
Today is National Cookie Day! Don’t let your pet be left out of the holiday – there are plenty of dog cookie recipes you can whip up at home. ‘Tis the season for cookie exchanges and Christmas parties, so why not include the four-legged guests? Just be sure to keep the human goodies out of paws’ reach: Ingredients like chocolate, raisins and nuts can be deadly to dogs.
Make sure your dog isn’t left out when it comes to holiday festivities! Here’s a pet recipe for christmas cookies that will be perfect for celebrating this holiday season with your dogs.
How to make Christmas cookies for your dog
Gift This! Christmas Cookies For Dogs | Sprinkle Bakes
Christmas Cookies aren’t just for Santa! You can’t forget about your dogs this holiday season. Chuy and I baked up some Christmas Cookies for dogs that you can make at home with only a few common ingredients. Arthur then runs around the house, new toy proudly gripped between his teeth. The treats are opened and he gets to eats treats – before breakfast! What a great day! The best part? Arthur’s favourite apple and cheddar dog Christmas cookies…that I bake for him. Christmas Cookie Dog Treats | An easy, all-natural, DIY dog treat with festive red and green! Perfect for a homemade holiday gift. | The Scrumptious PumpkinOnce the cookies are cooled it’s time to prep them for gifting. Keep the cookies in an airtight container for a maximum of 2 weeks. If you plan on making the cookies in advance, they can be frozen and then thawed on the counter when you are ready to wrap them up. We will be slipping a bundle of these cookies into our dog’s Christmas stocking…all dogs have Christmas stockings…right?For these Christmas cookies we put the dog bone cookie cutter away and pulled out our festive Christmas tree cutter. Your dog and the dogs you are gifting these cookies to, will LOVE Arthur’s favourite apple and cheddar Christmas cookies. While you and your family are munching down on Christmas goodies, it is tempting to share some with your dog. He is part of the family, after all. But it is not a good idea to give your dog something with a lot of sugar and fat. It may upset his stomach. Or in the case of something like chocolate, it could be dangerous to his health. So here are a couple of websites with some great dog Christmas cookies recipes: