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Pom-Apple Dog Treat Recipe

Pom-Apple Dog Treat Recipe

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Mama has been busy as woof with this whole “moving” thing. I’m getting more than a little disgruntled that she is frankly, neglecting us. Our walks have been reduced to a paltry 2 – 3 hours per day, our meals are being served raw and Mama hasn’t baked me treats in DAYS. **in days** What is the Canine equivalent of Zenith 1-2-3. I need to call those people. Someone needs to talk some sense into Mama, quick!

Good thing someone is doing something around here. Cristina from Cristina’s Dog Treats was kind enough to save Mama’s tail share one of her tasty recipes with us. These sound absolutely drool worthy. What do you think?

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Pom-Apple Dog Treat Recipe


  • 1 cup blended pineapple
  • 1/4 cup pomegranate juie
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 tbsp flaxseed meal
  • 1 1/2 cups tapioca flour
  • 2 1/2 cups garbanzo bean flour


Preheat oven to 350F.

Mix the pineapple, pomegranate, honey and flax seed together.

Add tapioca flour and mix well.

Slowly add garbanzo bean flour (if dry, add a little more pom. juice)

Dough will be slightly sticky, so knead and roll out on a floured surface.

Roll dough to 1/4" thickness and cut into desired shapes.

Bake for 12-18 minutes.

if you'd like them crunchy turn off oven and let cool inside.

Thank you so much to Cristina for sharing here tasty treats for Tasty Tuesday! We’ll be back next week with something yummy – we promise!


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Ruckus the Eskie

Tuesday 24th of December 2013

So pineapples are good for dogs? ?

Tenacious Little Terrier

Wednesday 4th of September 2013

It sounds good. I'll have to see if my picky pup will eat it. He is very pro-meat.

Parenting Furkids

Tuesday 3rd of September 2013

I've been looking for alternative flours to make grain-free treats for Vlad & Barkly. I've found a lot--Green Pea Flour; Tapioca flour; Garbanzo Bean flour; White Bean flour; Black Bean flour; Coconut flour; Almond flour--and I'm sure the list could grow.

Since this YUMMY sounding, Kolchak recommended, recipe lists 2 alternative flours, these will be our first treats with alternative flours (not potato flake replacement). But do you know of a list, or information on how alternative flours react in replacements? I've read in several places "this flour made a good, moist cake (usually coconut)," but I've seen no list anywhere about actually CHOOSING which flours to pick for replacing normal wheat flour and cornmeal. :-(

Kol, your mommy's smart. Can she tell your Puggley self how to choose replacements for other recipes?

Kirby the Dorkie

Tuesday 3rd of September 2013

I hope your move is going well! Kirby doesn't like pineapple but this recipe could do the trick!

Champers Ands

Tuesday 3rd of September 2013

Poor Kol! I'm sorry you are being neglected. Life has its ups and downs.....

And those treats sound so tasty! I will have my servant... errr, my mom, make some soon!

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