Peanut Butter Doggie Cookies

4.7 from 10 votes

Soft baked doggie cookies are irresistible. Pefect for older dogs or dogs with dental issues. But ALL DOGS love these cookies!

Our 14-year old dog, Rusty, recently had six teeth removed. Those six teeth were barely attached to his gum. He was soon diagnosed with cancer of the jaw. Because of his age we decided against the traditional medical options, removal of his jaw followed by radiation, and maybe chemo. This option might buy him a little more time, according to the vet. But what would his quality of life be while going through major surgery, radiation, and possibly chemo therapy? It was time to get to work!

Previously his food had consisted of homemade combined with dry food. Now, it’s 100% homemade. Many hours of research went into creating his new diet. Although a raw diet would have been ideal if his immune system had not already been compromised, I decided to go with a cooked diet of meats combined with small amounts of veggies and fruits.

After much research, Dr. Karen Becker’s Real Food for Dogs and Cats is where I found the basis for Rusty’s complete whole food diet. It’s been a lot of work preparing recipes, portioning for each meal, and cooking his food fresh for breakfast and dinner. Whether or not the change in diet makes a big difference in his health, I will always be happy that I gave it my best shot. Plus, Rusty absolutely loves his new diet and his appetite has only grown.

Peanut Butter Doggie Cookies were created specifically for dogs who have dental issues. Also, the coconut flour is a great source of fiber. Of course, younger dogs will also enjoy these healthy wholefood cookies.

NOTE: Check with your veterinarian before making any changes to your petโ€™s diet. Also, please be aware of any allergies your pet may have to specific ingredients and avoid ingredients which have caused reactions in your pets in the past. If you are unsure about a specific ingredient found in one of our recipes, introduce the food to your pets in small amounts first.

4.7 from 10 votes

Peanut Butter Doggie Cookies

Your dog will love these homemade doggie cookies.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 45 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Yield 12 treats
Serving Size 1 treat
Course Pet Meals and Treats
Cuisine Pet Recipes


  • 1 cup coconut flour
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup water


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Blend or beat eggs, peanut butter, and water until smooth. Stir in coconut flour to form a dough.
  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Divide and shape dough into 24 1-inch balls. Dip fork into a little water and press dough with a fork, forming the traditional crisscross marks on top.
  • Bake 20 minutes. Note: The longer they bake the harder they become. For younger dogs or dogs without dental issues, cookies can be baked 35 to 40 minutes. This method creates a more traditional crispy dog treat.
  • Cool completely before serving. Store in an airtight container just as with human cookies.

Nutrition Information

Serving: 1treat | Calories: 116kcal |
Keywords Healthy Dog Recipes, Healthy Dog Treats

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Gale Compton

Gale co-founded SkinnyMs. with a goal to provide women with delicious recipes, fitness routines, and ways to reach their ideal weight. Gale has been featured on the Today Show in which she won a cook off for the best Lasagna. Be sure to search for her winning recipe, Skinny Lasagna Rolls.

Guided by her firm belief in healthy eating and the power of exercise, Gale has written two cookbooks and several fitness ebooks. She earned her Fitness Training Certification from, National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association. Gale loves to run with her dog Maggie and has completed numerous half-marathons.

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    1. Sherry, Yes! I freeze these all the time. I take 1-2 out of the freezer in the morning for treats. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. I have heard many people say pumpkin is a wonderful food for a dogโ€™s digestion. If I were to add pumpkin to these, what adjustments would be necessary to avoid the cookies being too wet? Also, how much pumpkin purรฉe?

    1. Candice, I can’t say for certain since I haven’t tried pumpkin in this recipe. I do think you could sub half the water with pumpkin and it should be fine. Keep us posted.

  2. I made it exactly like you recommended but only made the cookies the size of a nickel and baked for 15 minutes. I have small dogs….So happy they freeze well. The dogs LOVE them. Thank you.

    1. Thank you for this recipe I have made this couple of times and Henry loves them so do his paw friends! I will be making them today. I was wondering if I can use an egg replaceer instead of eggs?

      1. Mariana, I haven’t tried using an egg replacer so I can’t say for sure. Please let us know if you do. Thank you for the feedback. Please leave a review if you don’t mind.

  3. I have made these for my two redbone hounds. I omitted the water and added pumpkin instead. My babies love these cookies. I put the dough onto floured surface and kneaded it to combine, also can not find coconut flour so I used whole wheat. This is a very healthy treat for dogs. Let mine get really crunchy to help with cleaning and maintaining their teeth.

    1. Cindy, I didn’t refrigerate the cookies and they lasted for several days before being eaten. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. My dog loved these! Since it makes 24, I gave some to friends for their doggos and also got rave reviews. My dog is young with good teeth, but heโ€™s never been a fan of hard biscuits like milk bones. I baked just 20 minutes and it was the perfect chewiness that he loves (more cookie-like texture than hard treat). They were very easy to make, will be making again!

    1. That’s great, Madison! We’re happy to hear that the pups loved them! Thanks for the feedback ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. Amy, Yes I have. I added a little more flour, about 1 tablespoon at a time until I got the right consistency for roll out dough. Our dog loves them!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. How long do these last for ๐Ÿ˜Š
    Love the idea
    I made them also fro my dogs
    Took some time and now they love them

  6. Love your receipts but some one said they add an egg to the meat, my vet said only the white of the egg and not the yoke should be given and not very often. She also had a chart in the office that says never to give chicken you your dog. I am currently make turkey meatballs small ones and cook it with a vegetable broth and add green beans and chopped up carrots which they love. Should I star with the coliflower or ground egg shells? My Ling Charles needs to lose 6 pounds and my mix breed needs to lose 8 pounds. They each get 3 meatballs and 4 baby carrots and some on the broth and about a 25 pieces of their kibble. They ge less than a 1/3 cu of kibble in the morning and the meatball meal at night fDo you think that I need to put any thing Elise in?

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