text/html; charset=utf-8" /> Lovescool – For the Love of Dessert » Blog Archive » Bone Appétit


Bone Appétit

Ruffles from the Three Dog Bakery

24 delicate cakes rolled in naturally sweet carob chips, peanut crumbles and coconut flakes, neatly packaged and shipped to your door for only $12.95. The catch? These treats will find their way straight to the floor, and satisfy the sweet canine molars of our favorite pups. “Ruffles” from the Three Dog Bakery is a canine spin on classic truffles, and is just one of the many all-natural, gourmet treats available from their “Dogalog.” Open since 1989, this bakery’s love of dogs is apparent in everything they do and say. They offer creatively named treats like “Vanilla Woofers”, “Beagles”, “SnickerPoodles” and “Slab O’ rrrRRRibs” and even throw a bone to cat lovers with the “Whole Kitten Caboodle.” Dog lovers can sniff out stores in more than 13 states, or fill their shopping “bassets” with treats from the online store.

Everyone knows the way to a dog’s heart is through their stomach, and if you can’t get to the bakery you can make your own homemade treats with ingredients found at your local grocery store.

The biggest dog lover I know, Kristin, graciously sent me a link to this recipe after making treats for her dog Sam. Sam is used to the royal treatment, and these biscuits did not disappoint. Keep in mind that since the ingredients are fresh and without preservatives, you will have to keep the biscuits refrigerated; they only last a few days.

Homemade dog treats

Winn-Dixie’s Peanut Butter Doggie Treats
Recipe from the Because of Winn-Dixie website

1 1/2 cups water
1/2 cup veg oil
2 eggs
3 tblsp peanut butter
2 tsp vanilla
1/2 cup cornmeal
1/2 cup oats
2 cups flour

Preheat Oven to 400. Mix water, oil, eggs, peanut butter and vanilla together. In a separate bowl whisk flour, cornmeal and oats together, then stir them in the wet mixture to form ball.

Roll out dough to 1/4 inch thickness. Cut dog treats into dog bone or other shapes. Bake on greased non stick cookie sheet for 20 minutes. Turn the oven off and let them cool for one hour. Store them in air tight container. Makes 1-2 dozen. FOR DOGS ONLY!

Sam enjoying his peanut butter treats

Happy Birthday Kristin!

Three Dog Bakery
Phone Orders: 1-800-4TREATS


Kristin says on March 29th, 2005 at 11:17 am:

HOW CUTE! Sam and I are so happy to be posted and hope all the other dogs out there can enjoy the dog treats as much as Sam did! Thanks for the birthday wish!

Rance says on March 29th, 2005 at 2:52 pm:

The carob chips in the “Ruffles” may not be enough to cause a problem, but chocolate is toxic to dogs. For more information, see here.

Kelli says on March 29th, 2005 at 3:07 pm:

Hi Rance – Thanks for the note. Dog owners should definitely avoid chocolate, but carob is ok. It is a popular, safe substitute for chocolate in dog treats.

LAURIE says on March 30th, 2005 at 3:39 pm:

Love the pooch dessert recipes. Now all I need is a pooch to make me take up baking again! Sam definitely looks happy to be “treated” so well! I do believe canine birthday cakes would be best sellers!

Mary says on March 30th, 2005 at 6:19 pm:

Sam looks so happy with the treat Kristin made I’ll have to try them for Baxter. Nice web site. I think I gain weight just looking at it!

Chris Evans says on February 13th, 2006 at 7:06 am:

dog birthday cakes…

My dog had birthday too on this day!…

http://www.lovescool.com/wp-content/themes/LovescoolTheme2.0/images/sidebar_frame_top.gif" width="240" height="18" border="0"/>
Capogiro Gelato
Magnolia Bakery
Minamoto Kitchoan
Jin Patisserie
Orwasher’s Bakery

Cupcake Blog
Sweet Freak
Nomad With Cookies
One Sweet World
She Who Eats
Sugar Bomber
Tea Masters
Strong Buzz
Tish Boyle
A Full Belly
Buttercream and Roses
Breath of a Salesman
Brownie Points
Domestic Goddess
Food Beam
L’Atelier Vi
Love Made Visible
Restaurant Girl
Girl Who Ate Everything
Su Good Eats
Voice of Tea
Food Section
Food Whore

BabyCakes: Vegan and Gluten Free Baking
by Erin McKenna

Super Natural Cooking
by Heidi Swanson

BakeWise: The how's and whys of successful baking.
by Shirley O. Corriher

Baked Brooklyn
by Matt Lewis

Atlas Shrugged
by Andrea Dinoto

Atlas Shrugged
by Ellen Williams

http://www.lovescool.com/wp-content/themes/LovescoolTheme2.0/images/small_lovescool_mark.gif" width="29" height="19" border="0" />


Lovescool is the documentation of a journey to discover what sweet things are out there, why people love them so much, and perhaps what it takes to start something new.

Read more about us...


An interest, that turned into a blog, that turned into a career. Kelli Bernard is now the owner and baker of Amai Tea & Bake House.

Find out more...


Blog posts are dropped into categories like cookies on a cookie-sheet.

Baking Equipment (5)
Classes (11)
Events (43)
General (160)
Recipes (40)
Resources (9)
Sweet Places (51)


But I think we are all searching for that special something.



Whether you are just saying hello or wish to ask a question, feel free to send me a sweet note anytime.

E-mail me.


You can subscribe to our RSS/XML feed here.