Peanut Butter and Jelly Doggie Linzer Cookies

 

How beautiful are these doggie linzer cookies? And they are yummy, at least that’s what I am told by my three puppies. But to be honest, I did try one of the little bone cookies, why not they are baked with human grade ingredients. The cookies have a good peanut butter flavor and a good crunch. They are not sweet, which is good for the dogs, too much sugar is not good for anyone.

These cookies are perfect to make for your pups or to bake up a batch and bring as a gift to someone who has a dog. They will be happily surprised that you thought of their doggie baby and brought him/her a home baked treat. The peanut butter and jelly doggie linzer cookies are slightly time consuming, but overall not too bad. Just requires a bit of attention to detail.

 

 

 

 

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Peanut Butter and Jelly Doggie Linzer Cookies
Cuisine vegan
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
cookies
Cuisine vegan
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings
cookies
Instructions
Cookies
  1. Roll out the dough until its thin but not too thin so you can't handle the cookies. Cut cookies with cookie cutter, I used a large dog bone and small dog bone shape but any cookie cutter will do. I don't thing the dogs will care if they are bone, star or heart shape cookies. Each cookie will need two, one solid cookie and one with a cut-out. Use up as much of the dough by cutting small bones. Bake all the dough as well for extra treats.
  2. Spread a small amount of jelly/jam onto the solid cookie and place the cookie with the cut-out on top of the jellied cookie. Place cookies on cookie sheet and bake for 10-12 minutes. Let cool before serving.
Recipe Notes

** Please make sure to read the ingredients on the back of the the peanut butter and jelly you buy. Make sure the peanut butter only contains peanuts and salt, no artificial sweeteners, they can be very dangerous to dogs. Also, make sure the jelly has no grape juice and artificial sweeteners, these too are dangerous for dogs.**

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