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  • These yummy, healthy and easy to make Puppermint dog treats are perfect for the holidays and will leave your dog with minty fresh breath! Click through for the DIY Peppermint Dog Treat Recipe.
  • These yummy, healthy and easy to make Puppermint dog treats are perfect for the holidays and will leave your dog with minty fresh breath! Click through for the DIY Peppermint Dog Treat Recipe.
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Christmas DIY: ‘Puppermint’ Dog Treats

Copy: Sarah Dickerson

Photography: Sarah Dickerson | Chic Sprinkles

Who wants their dog to have fresh minty breath and a full belly on Christmas morning? Say hello to our DIY peppermint dog treat recipe!

One of the most nostalgic things I love about the Christmas season is savoring a peppermint treat. I wish Coco could revel in the moment of candy cane bliss on Christmas – but they aren’t exactly dog friendly. That’s why I have created these little Puppermint Dog Treats (get it?!) for her to enjoy. They are grain free, packed with organic nutritious ingredients, and will also give her fresh minty breath.

Ever since she was just a pup she would always sniff out where anything mint was hidden, whether it be in a purse or backpack or wherever. It seems like just yesterday when she tore a hole through a backpack to get to the mint lip balm. The kid just loves mint, so I am excited she finally has minty dog treats of her own to enjoy. I hope your dogs love them too!

Happy baking!

These yummy, healthy and easy to make Puppermint dog treats are perfect for the holidays and will leave your dog with minty fresh breath! Click through for the DIY Peppermint Dog Treat Recipe.

Ingredients

2 Cups Almond Flour

4 TBSP Coconut Flour

1 TBSP Coconut Oil

3/4 Cup Water

4 TBSP Finely Chopped Fresh Mint

These yummy, healthy and easy to make Puppermint dog treats are perfect for the holidays and will leave your dog with minty fresh breath! Click through for the DIY Peppermint Dog Treat Recipe.

Recipe

  • Preheat oven to 350˚F.
  • Combine ingredients together in a bowl and mix together until you form a ball. If mixture is too wet, add more coconut flour. If too dry add a little more water.
  • Rollout your dough and cut the treats using bite sized cookie cutters. Sprinkle with a little coconut flour to prevent from sticking.
  • Place your treats on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake in the oven for 15, flip and bake for another 15. Turn off and let set in the oven until crisp.
  • Makes approx. 20 treats (dependent on size of cutter). Let cool before giving to your pooch – Enjoy!

** The above recipe is for treats only and should not replace your dog’s regular meal plans. Always check with your vet about any major changes to your dog’s diet.

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13 responses to “Christmas DIY: ‘Puppermint’ Dog Treats”

  1. Liza says:

    I’m definitely planning on making these here in a few days. The pups need something to enjoy on Christmas too!

  2. Dana Korten says:

    This recipe looks fantastic!

    And your story is all too familiar – my St. Bernard, Cliff, is obsessed with my favourite mint chapstick. I get covered in slobbery puppy kisses every time I apply it.

    Do you think dried pure peppermint leaves, bought as organic pure mint tea, could be used as a substitute for fresh mint leaves? I live in remote northern Canada, 3 hours from a grocery store, so I don’t have access to fresh leaves.

    Please let me know your thoughts!

    • Sarah says:

      That is so funny, they sure do love mint! Cliff is such a great name <3

      As for the mint tea leaves, I would double check (email) with your vet to make sure!

      Happy Holidays 🙂

  3. These are the cutest and super simple to make! Thanks for sharing, these will definitely be in our future 🙂

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  5. Ciera says:

    Hello i was pinterest and saw some of your dog/pup recipes and I just want to say it looks awesome and definitely trying it! I dont have my puppy yet but I will be getting her at the end of Jan. How old does a puppy have to be to actually eat these recipes?

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  8. Julie says:

    Hey there! I know this is a post from last year but I am hoping for a response. I tried making these today, but think I went wrong somewhere. It’s 2 cups of almond flour? Is there different types of almond flour? I only found one type at my grocery store and I found that it just crumbled no matter what I did. Not sure if this is normal. I tried adding more water which didn’t help then I tried adding more coconut flour which didn’t help. I’m very upset I was so looking forward to this. And I just wasted $30 in ingredients. What should almond flour be like? The one I got looked like almonds very finely gained down.

    Thank you
    Julie

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