{Recipe} Valentine’s Day Treat For Your Pooch

Valentine's Day Treat For Your Pooch

Don’t forget about your fur-babies this Valentine’s Day. They want a special treat, too! Whipping up a Valentine’s Day Treat for your pooch will be a cinch with this no bake Puppy Peanut Butter Balls recipe from Pretty Fluffy and our bone-shaped cut-out tags. The recipe is easy, fast, healthy and the perfect puppy treat.

Valentine's Day Treat For Your Pooch

Puppy Peanut Butter Balls Recipe
credit // recipe inspiration from Pretty Fluffy

What You’ll Need:

½ Cup Low Fat Milk (or dairy-free soy/almond milks for dogs with allergies)
1 Cup Peanut Butter
3 Cups Rolled Oats

How To Make It:

  1. Combine milk and peanut butter until it forms a paste – a mixer will help speed up the process.
  2. Slowly add the oats so that they are fully coated and no dry spots form. You will have a thick mixture – and you will be glad you used a mixer.
  3. Scoop out with a tablespoon and roll into little balls.
  4. Place balls on lined tray and refrigerate.

Pawsome Tips:

This recipe makes 20-25 Peanut Butter Balls.

The Peanut Butter Balls can last up to 2 weeks stored in the fridge.

Add some extra love:

Use our Chevron Girl Bruffday Bone-Shaped Cut-Outs to add an extra Valentine’s Day touch to the Peanut Butter Balls. Using a hot glue gun place glue around the edges of one of the bone-shaped cut-outs and place a white lollipop stick on the cut-out. Then on top of the lollipop stick place a matching cut-out and tada you have festive Valentine’s Day decor to stick in the middle of the Puppy Peanut Butter Balls.

Pssst…Treats are not only for Valentine’s Day, they are also an important part of keeping your two-legged and four-legged friends entertained at puppy pawties.


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    1. I just dashed back from your blog; you and your pals are THE CUTEST! Your recipe sounds delish. I also know what it is like to work with an assistant – It is a full-time job herding my helpers here at When Pooch Comes to Shove – but maybe we can find a time to try out your Confetti Balls.

    1. Thank you for barking on by! We had a great time trying out this treat recipe and Mom enjoyed sharing it with everyone.

    1. They are PAWdorable, aren’t they? Let us know if you make some and how your pups like them!

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