Organic Apple and Pumpkin Granola Bars

by Joyce
(Pittsburgh PA)

Making dog treats like these that Joyce is sharing with us just may end up in my lunchbox also! (sorry Nimble Doggy!)...

2 jars of Organic Beech Nut Apple, Pumpkin and Granola.

3 cups organic oats.

2 TBS of raw honey.

Mix all together to form a ball.

Place on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.

Spread to form like a sheet of paper.

Bake 15 to 20 min @ 350 degrees.

Remove from oven and let sit 10 min. Nimble Doggy's comment... "Watch out, I might snatch 'em up!"

Cut into small squares.

Remember portion control!
Makes 40

Scott and Nimble's reply...

We were wondering how long these tasty dog treats will keep in the refrigerator?

Also, If we freeze them, will they still hold together after thawing? It probably doesn't matter though. My Nimble Doggy will woof 'em down before the tasty dog treats make it out of the oven!

We always have organic oats and honey around here.

That dog treat recipe is so simple... Nimble & I love honey and oats. Our favorites are the thick, "old fashioned" type. Our honey is raw and organic.

I wasn't kidding about sneaking some of those treats from Nimble... Thanks for sharing!

We're looking forward to your reply... you can leave it in the Comments section below if you'd like. Thanks Joyce!

Scott & Nimble.

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Dec 18, 2016
by: Sheena

I order all the time from Joyce's home based business Paws Down all her treats are organic, hand made and she grows her own herbs. You name and she can make it. Most of the treats are people friendly. You should try her Cinnamon bun's.

Dec 18, 2016
Safe & Nutritious for Sure!
by: Scott & Nimble (dogvittles)...


Its nice to know about people like Joyce who not only run a business, but care about the dogs that eat her treats!

If you have a home made dog treat recipe, fire away if you'd like!


Scott & Nimble.

Dec 21, 2016
by: Joyce

As I tell all my customers keep in the refrigerator or freezer.
A good week in the refrigerator
6 months in the freezer

I tell every one to keep in the freezer, dogs love a frozen street.

From Joyce owner of,
Paws Down

Dec 22, 2016
Vacuum Seal Treats
by: Scott & Nimble (dogvittles)...


I vacuum seal to make sure but it probably isn't neccessary. I have the vacuum sealer and freezer space. Also, I have a ton of canning jars.

I use the lids over and over, even though they aren't supposed to reseal again. I guess we just like to stay busy over here! Scott & Nimble.

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