These Home Made Parsley Dog Biscuits are incredibly healthy and easy to make. Using 5 ingredients, you will be sure to please your pooch and save cash!

Have you ever noticed how EXPENSIVE good quality, healthy ingredient, dog biscuits are?!?!  You can spend a small fortune on these little treats, only to have them disappear in seconds with one gulp from Fido!  These Homemade Parsley Dog Biscuits will not only make your pooch happy and have fresh breath, but will also save you wads of cash to buy them more toys! No complaints here…

Dexter’s treat bowl was rather low, and he didn’t seem too pleased about it! Rather than buy treats for him that would cost me my pay check and be full of chemicals, I decided to whip up a batch of biscuits for him at home.  These biscuits always come out perfectly!  The parsley helps to freshen Dexter’s hot breath, and what dog doesn’t need help with that!?!? Using only 5 ingredients, these treats are simple to make, healthy, and are delicious (according to Dexter)!  

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Here is what you need: 

Here’s what you do:

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  1. In a mixer or food processor (with dough blade), blend together all ingredients, adding them in the order above.   The dough should be slightly firm but not wet and sticky to the touch.   Add small amounts of additional water if needed until your dough reaches the correct consistency to be rolled out.

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2.  Roll out the dough until it is just under a 1/4 inch in thickness.  Preheat the oven to 350°F .  Then cookie cut the desired shape you want.

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3.  Bake for 25 minutes.   Shut the heat off after 25 minutes and let the biscuits sit int he closed oven for an additional 15-20 minutes.   I do this so that the cookies dry out and become crunchy.  If they are too soft, they might spoil in the cookie jar!

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4.   Voila!  There you have it!  A nice sized batch of crunchy dog biscuits.

Other variations:

-Add vegetable, chicken, or beef broth instead of water.

– Add additional ingredients such as carrots, shredded cheddar cheese, or apples. * Note that adding these wet ingredients will not allow your biscuits to dry out completely.  You can keep them in the refrigerator to preserve them longer.

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28 Comments on Home Made Parsley Dog Biscuits- Healthy and Easy to make!

  1. I will put making these on my list of things to do. Thanks for the baking tip that leaving them sit in the oven dries them out. I’m not much of a cook and I didn’t realize that would be the “why” behind letting them stay in the oven.
    Love your countertop too!

  2. Thanks for the recipe, my dogs will love this! I’m sharing your post with my Facebook fans. Stopping by from the One Project at a Time linky.

    The Frugal Ginger

  3. I’m going to have to make a batch of these. I’ll probably add the carrot or apple as I tend to use the teats for training and soft treats work better for that (at least it does for us). She’s a peanut butter nut and loves to steal the carrots from the garden so I think the two might be enjoyed…
    Thanks for sharing.

    • Ha! Thief! Thanks and let me know how adding the carrot or apple turns out!

  4. I just bought this bone cutter on Amazon! I was looking for a recipe to make! Thanks for sharing at Happiness Is Homemade Link Party! Pinned and your post will be featured at this weeks party! Have a terrific weekend!

  5. You have a lucky puppy! LOL I agree, making treats at home is so much healthier, you know what’s in them! I’m wondering if I can substitute gluten free baking mix for the wheat flour? We lost our dog, beloved baby girl, last year and we haven’t had the heart to get a new puppy, but I am pinning this for when we do!

    • Ha!Thanks! I think you can substitute gluten free flour. The treats are supposed to be crunchy and hard so I don’t think it would matter at all! Enjoy!