Carob Kisses recipe

Spring has sprung – which means Easter (and a week of chocolate for us humans) is just around the corner. 

As chocolate is a big no-no for our dogs – it’s toxic – we’ve come up with the perfect recipe to try instead. These Carob Kisses might look and taste like chocolate – but they’re actually made with carob powder, a cocoa alternative that’s 100% dog-friendly!

This super-simple recipe is one both you and your dog can enjoy together, and we think they look pretty cute as a change to truffles this Easter. Just mix together carob powder and peanut butter with some oats and you’re good to go.


8 – 10 truffles

What you’ll need

60g xylitol-free peanut butter

25g carob powder, plus some for dusting

2tbsp rolled oats, or oat flour

  1. Using a food processor, blend the oats until finely ground
  2. In a large bowl, mix together the peanut butter, carob powder and the oats until combined
  3. Mould the mixture into small balls
  4. Roll each ball in the remaining carob powder until lightly coated
  5. They can be stored in the fridge for up to 5 days, or frozen for up to 6 months. (As if they’ll last that long).

We hope you enjoy sharing these with your dog! Tag us in your creations using #tailsdotcom

3 thoughts on “Carob Kisses recipe”

  1. Thank you so much for posting and sharing your amazing dog recipes, we have tried quite few of them and are a success with our dog.


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