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March 15, 2016

Pooch Pleazin Pretzels Paws Up from my pack :) I made Pooch Pleazin Pretzels in Original Flavor recipe and 2 of my very own Flavor favorites:Garlic Parmesan & Chocolate! For meatball,dehydrated potatoes and Banana Biscotti recipes please see previous “notes”. As for soup bones they are a favorite in my house you can get them from the grocery store o butcher boil, cool and serve they are great to keep teeth clean BUT they are NOT for every dog please ask your vets advice 1st. IF your dog chews things like rocks these could be bad for their teeth.My dogs will gnaw the meet off the bone for a while until they are done but not attempt to break the bone apart so please supervise your dog with a bone of this type and be sure its the right treat for them.

Pooch Pleazin Pretzel Original Recipe barrowed from 3 dog bakery:


4C flour

1packet of dry active yeast

1 ½ C warm water

1TBLS honey

1beaten egg

Preheat oven to 375

Dissolve yeast in warm water and add honey & flour

knead mixture into a soft dough I usually keep a little extra flour nearby and add a little at a time until my dough is a nice consistency for rolling.

Beat your egg in a separate bowl

Pinch off about 2 tablespoons of dough and roll out to a long pencil shape and twist into a tradition pretzel shape or into a pretzel twist to get more on your greased baking sheet. I like to grease my cookie sheet with organic coconut oil for added flavor and health benefits. Once you have all your pretzels brush them with the egg for flavor & shine. Bake 20 minutes cool & serve or store in a sealed container.

For Garlic Parmesan : add ½ tsp of garlic powder and 2 tablespoons of Parmesan cheese to your recipe.I also add parsley to the egg batter to sweeten the breath.

For pooch safe chocolate pretzels add ¼ C of carob powder to your recipe

Dont have time for cooking thats Ok we Now are Pleased to carry Natural, Organic, & grain free bakery Treats 

Carob Cakes (No Eggs & wheat free options)


This is a real simple no eggs needed recipe! My basset Clyde used to Love anything with carob so I still make a lot of treats w/ it and always have it on hand but if you dont have carob just leave it out the honey and vanilla is more than enough flavor to entice most dogs or add a tablespoon of peanut butter I never met a pup that didnt like anything with peanut butter! Along with Carob cakes my dogs love fresh & frozen bananas and after a trip to the farmers market we are stocked. On occasion I get some soup bones from the butcher or grocery store, boil them plain or add a little seasoning. Parsley is great to sweeten the breath. (Always monitor your pet with a bone).

Original Carob Cake recipe by Three Dog Bakery & my alternatives):

1/2 C honey ( I have successfully tried 1/4 honey, 1/4 honey crystals, 1/4 maple syrup, or 1/4C molasses as alternatives)

2 C white flour ( I normally use, rye, rice, barley and today tried quinoa flours b/c of my pets sensitivities)

1/2 C regular or low fat Mayonnaise

3 Tbls carob powder

2 tsp baking soda

1 C warm water

1 tsp vanilla ( for flavoring I have used 1 TBLS peanut butter as an alternative when I am out of vanilla)

Preheat oven 350 degrees

Blend ingrediants

Grease muffin tin and fill each tin half way ( I also use paper cupcake liners to bake in or a 9x11 pan or glass cookware and simply cut into brownies when ready)

Bake for 25 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean when inserted

cool and store in sealed container

Personal notes: these are a soft cake like treat and will last longer when stored in the refrigerator. I find many of the dog treat recipes too moist and will go bad after just a few days if they arent all eaten right away. A good tip for dog treats is turn off the oven when the time is up and leave the treats in the oven as it cools down. This dehydrates them a bit and helps them to last longer. Enjoy! 

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