Coconut flour is grain and gluten free and is a healthy, low carbohydrate alternative to bleached grain flour. Coconut flour is especially good for helping to improve the skin and coat. Coconut oil is a healthy, easily digestible oil that helps improve the skin and coat condition! Raw, local honey is also great for dogs with allergies and provides a healthy sweetness to the treat! Lastly, this recipe uses pear puree (or baby food) as a main flavor ingredient and is sure to satisfy your dogs!
This recipe creates a moist, soft cookie. Due to the nature of the coconut flour, this specific recipe is not ideal for rolling out and cutting into shapes. You can treat these as drop cookies or simple roll them into small balls!
Due to a lack of preservatives in this recipe, these cookies will need to be stored in the refrigerator and can also be frozen!
Making dog treats from home using healthy homemade recipes is the best way to provide nutritious treats that are easy to make, inexpensive, and do not contain any harmful or dangerous ingredients. Making your own dog cookies at home is the best way to avoid pet treat recalls and keep your furry family healthy and safe!
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