Tuesday, August 2, 2016

Green Pea Dog Treats



These easy, 4 ingredient dog treats will make your dog jump for joy! Not only will they love them, but they are cheaper and healthier than anything store bought!

Y'all! I've been so busy lately and away from home so I haven't gotten a recipe posted in a couple of weeks :( This week is the second of the summer children's cooking camps I host so look for a slew of recipes born out of that soon. We've been making 4-5 recipes a day! I hope to get back into the swing of things soon :)

Now while cooking for our family is what I spend most of my time in the kitchen doing, I do love to whip up dog treats occasionally. We have 3 dogs that are spoiled rotten so it's fun to switch things up and give them a fun treat. Since I don't like green peas, they had never really eaten them so I wasn't sure how these would go over. I do know they are NOT fans of green beans but love most other (safe) veggies.

Thankfully, they were a huge hit! Course I made them post for pics first ;) Winston sat so patiently for his picture but you can tell how focused he is. He found it worth the wait; he usually rolls his eyes when I ask him to do tricks but he performed his entire repertoire just to get his paws on a few more of these!


This would be the perfect recipe for young kids to help with - it's simple and just 4 ingredients! 

 
Green Pea Dog Treats
1 (10 ounce) steam-in-the-bag frozen sweet peas, steamed and cooled slightly
1 cup flour
1 egg
2 cups breadcrumbs

Preheat oven to 375.  Lightly spray a baking sheet and set aside.

In a food processor, pulse half of the steamed peas until smooth.


In a medium mixing bowl, combine the remaining peas, egg, flour, and pureed peas. Gently combine. Add the breadcrumbs to a small mixing bowl. Roll the pea mixture into 1 inch balls and coat evenly with breadcrumbs. Lay on the prepared baking sheet and lightly spray tops with cooking spray.

Bake until golden brown and crispy, about 40 minutes. Let cool before serving and refrigerate leftovers.

Source: inspired by Rachael Ray Magazine recipe

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