How to Make Easter Eggs for Dogs | DIY Dog Treats

How to Make Easter Eggs for Dogs !  Today we are making some fun Easter Dog Treats!  These are Easter Egg Cookies for Dogs!  This easy Homemade Dog Treat Recipe is a great way to celebrate Easter with your dog! DIY Dog Treats are always fun, and we love to do themed treats.  So Easter Themed Dog Treats seemed like a great idea for today!  You could even use these Easter Eggs for Dogs as the Easter Eggs for Dogs Hunting Easter Eggs! I wish I would have thought of that before I filmed that video! h

Easter Eggs For Dogs
Easter Eggs for Dogs
 Ingredients for Easter Eggs for Dogs

  • 1 1/4 Cup White Rice Flour
  • 2 Tablespoons Dry Coconut Milk (optional)
  • 1/4 Cup Unsweetened Applesauce
  • 1/4 cup Chicken Stock or Bone Broth
  • 1 Tablespoon Coconut oil
  • 1 Large Egg
  • Yogurt Chips/Candy Melts for Decorating

Directions for Easter Eggs for Dogs

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. In a large bowl, stir together the rice flour and the dry coconut milk, and then create a well in the middle. The dry milk is optional and can be left out.  I was told by a friend that it helps makes rice flour a bit easier to work with.  I did notice that it was far less crumbly then when I have used it in the past.

Now mix the applesauce, chicken stock, coconut oil, and egg in a small dish. Slowly pour the wet ingredients into the well of the dry ingredients.  Mix together with a wooden spoon, and then use your hands to finish making it into dough.  If it's too wet, add more flour, and if it's too dry, add a bit of water.

Roll the dough out to your desired thickness.  I did 1/6 inch this time.  Go ahead and cut out your Easter Egg shapes.  Place on your baking sheet, and bake for 10 - 15 minutes.  If you want them really crunchy, turn you oven off and leave them in for another hour.

Decorating Easter Egg For Dogs

Easter Eggs for Dogs
There are a few different ways you can go about decorating your Easter Eggs for dogs.  Before you even bake them, you could split your dough into smaller amounts and dye it different colors and then bake the cookies.  You can also use edible baking pens to color on the cookies, or you can use Yogurt Chips or Candy Melts.  Yes, those contain sugar, but you really don't need to use that much at all.  I coat the top of the cookies and then take a knife and scrape off a lot of the melts.  Each of the large cookies has around 1 melt on them, and the small ones have less then 1.  So each cookie contains less then 1 gram of sugar.  And again, these are treats, not a meal replacement.

Taste test time
Easter Eggs for Dogs

The cookies turned out so cute!  The dogs are very excited to give them a try! They even decided to get all festive for it!

Easter Eggs for Dogs

 

Don't forget to share this with your friends so they can make it with their dogs! Let us know in the comments what type of treat you want us to try making next time!

More Easter Treat Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJDUJ0KSc2DgirIXn1xq2t4lndNV_PbAa

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* Please note that I’m neither a vet nor an animal nutritionist, so it’s advisable to consult with your own authority when trying new foods, and also to ensure that your dog’s home cooked diet is balanced & includes all of the nutrients that are necessary for your dog’s health. As with ALL treats, feed in moderation, and don't feed anything to your dogs that you don't feel comfortable feeding them.  These are treats, not meal replacements.

Easter Cookies for Dogs

 

 

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