Who wants to bake Valentines Bacon Carob cookies for their dog this week? I see paws raised all over the internet from dogs who want to give these tasty morsels a try! As always, my recipe is simple, tasty, and these even look amazing! If you are ready, let’s get the process started! This tasty recipe will be in a link at the bottom of this post for you.
First off, gather up all the ingredients. It seems like kind of a long list, but I bet you have most of the items at home already. The carob chips are the hard thing to find, but if I can find them, so can you!
Mix the dry ingredients together first, then add in the wet stuff one ingredient at a time. It gets pretty hard to mix after a while, so you may want to use your paws to finish up. This is also the point where you can add some natural food coloring to the dough if you want colored cookies. I’m making some pink/red and some plain ones.
Next you need to roll out the dough to about 1/4 inch thickness. Choose your cookie cutters. I am using several different heart shapes and a dog bone. Cut out your cookies and place them on a greased baking sheet, or silicon sheet, or parchment paper.
Keep on cutting out the cookies until you are done, or your paw starts getting sore. I got a lot of cookies from my dough.
Remember my biggest rule? Never bake or serve without tasting. Since I love to taste the dough, I figure I may as well try a shaped piece of dough. Oh my, it tastes so good! Seriously, doesn’t anything with bacon taste amazing to humans and dogs?
While my cookies were in the oven, I decided to take a little nap. While I was gone, the cleaning crew came and got rid of the mess I left on the counter. For some reason, Mom felt the need to clean it again after said cleaning crew left.
After baking, the cookies need to cool off. Since it was below zero all day at our house, I stuck them outside for about five minutes and they were already cold, not cool. During those minutes, I melted my carob chips in the microwave. Now you can be creative. I decided to dip some, drizzle carob on some, and do both on some. Holy marrow bones, they look so fancy, I can’t believe it!
Have a look at these delightful bacon carob cookies for Valentines Day! Don’t you think your dog would really love it if you baked her some of her own?
Being Tasty Tuesday, I think my tongue tells the story of the way these cookies taste, heavenly. Mom says I tested so many, I may have to go on a diet after I finish baking!
What are you waiting for? Grab my recipe and make some of these bacon carob cookies for your pup this week for Valentines Day. Trust me, it will make both of you smile!
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