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
- Using a food processor, blend the oats until finely ground
- In a large bowl, mix together the peanut butter, carob powder and the oats until combined
- Mould the mixture into small balls
- Roll each ball in the remaining carob powder until lightly coated
- 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