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Good Dog by Tiffani Thiessen • Photos by Rebecca Sanabria

Dog Treats

Courtesy of Tiffani Thiessen


  • 1 cup oat flour (or wheat flour)
  • 2/3 cup rolled oats
  • 1 banana
  • 3 tablespoons creamy peanut butter
  • 1 egg
  • ½ cup dried parsley (optional)


Preheat oven at 300 degrees. Peel and place banana in large mixing bowl. Smash banana using a spoon or fork. Add the flour, oats, peanut butter, egg and parsley and mix. Roll dough into balls (about a tablespoon for each ball)  and then flatten with the back of a fork or roll out dough all together and cut with a cute dog bone shaped cookie cutter. Place cookies on a parchment lined cookie sheet about 2 inches apart. Bake until firm and golden brown, 40-45 minutes. Set aside and cool completely before serving to your drooling loyal companion.

Good Dog by Tiffani Thiessen • Photos by Rebecca SanabriaGood Dog by Tiffani Thiessen • Photos by Rebecca SanabriaGood Dog by Tiffani Thiessen • Photos by Rebecca Sanabria

Photos by Rebecca Sanabria.



This is so cool!! great pics to!

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This is awesome!! So many people have no idea what “junk” is in the commercial dog treats. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe,

Ashley Lee

Is there something else you can use in place of wheat and oat flour??? Our pound pup has food allergies :/ I would love to be able to make her treats at home though!!

Lisa Heine (Greco)

I have been a fan for years, since Saved By The Bell, Beverley Hills 90210 and any Lifetime movies you have been in. I was thrilled to see you had a cooking show. I have seen all the episodes several times each, tried most of the Recipes and I love them all. The show is entertaining and hopefully when you get settled with the baby there will be more!!! I am 48 with two grown children Jackie 16 and Louie 20 Please do not quit Dinner at Tiffini’s!!! Best of luck, happiness and Love. Lisa

Sherry McDonnell


This has nothing to do with the recipe above, but was the first place I found to post a comment. I enjoy your show on Cooking Channel and was especially glad to see a recipe you featured on today’s show (10/10/2015, “Going Old School”) that was a favorite that our Mother made for us growing up in Dallas in the 1950’s — “Mom’s Cream Cheese Pie.” Mother always called it Philadelphia Cream Cheese Pie. I am a 72 year-old grandmother, so this recipe has been around for quite some time. I don’t know where the recipe originated, but I suspect it was one of those recipe ads (sponsored by Philadelphia Cream Cheese) found in women’s magazines during the day. I LOVED this pie and don’t know what happened to my copy of the recipe. One thing I do remember is that her recipe specified using Breakstone Sour Cream. I have never seen anyone else make this pie, except my Mother and you. I was so delighted to see you making this pie! I have all of my Mother’s recipes (packed away right now) and I plan to compile them into a book for my children and grandchildren and I’m sure this recipe is with those. But until then, I’m glad to have your Mom’s recipe to use in the meantime! Thanks for sharing this!! When I find my Mom’s recipe, I’ll share it with you to see if they are different. One thing I love about recipes, cooking and collecting recipes is the story behind them. So, would love to know the history behind this recipe.


Great poѕt.


Can’t wait to try this out on Scout, my biscuit-loving golden!

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