Blueberry Coconut Dog Cookies


You have a good dog. Your dog deserves a treat. Not just any treat, but a wholesome, delicious treat made with love by YOU!  Something packed with goodness, like antioxidant-rich blueberries and omega-laden flax seeds. Oh, and coconut, too. Coconut loves dogs as much as dogs love coconut! Enter Blueberry Coconut Dog Cookies.Blueberry1_lrThe beauty of making dog treats is how truly nonjudgmental pooches are. You don’t need fancy cookie cutters! Get a little over- or under-done? No thing. Your hound will give you an adoring look and you will know that you are BEST PERSON EVER. Just look how excited our greyhound is. We love making cookies for her. Your dog will truly appreciate your efforts in the kitchen.


Ready to get out your cookie sheets? Head on over to the Sister Eden blog, where we cross-posted this recipe. It’s really simple and all you need is a food processor or blender, and you’re in business. The ingredients go in, pulse a bit and the dough is done. Bake the cookies and – done! Release the hounds!

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  1. Your recipe looks great.I won’t try it myself as I do not have a dog but all definitely keep my eye out for your next post. great blog. one love.

      • Just also wondering do you go to Burning Man? I know some people say that it has been sold to the mainstream as vendors, police, and new “rules” start to get implemented each year: Example : No walking around naked, you use to be able too. Well just wondering?… Also do you take care of yourself with herbs, and if yes what ones work great for you, I have not had time to read through your whole blog, so sorry ahead of time if I asked something you have already referenced or blogged about. One love, Whole universe love also…
        P.s. Maybe all start working on my alive moss shower mat. BYE

      • Hey Hippy Mom – No, we’ve never been over to Burning Man. We knew folks in college that went, but we’ve never gotten to it. And YES we do use herbs for a lot of self-care. I have never blogged about it, but we both have used naturopathic doctors who prescribe herbs, as well as visiting acupuncturists. Neither of us are trained in botanical medicine, but have had super luck with herbs for all sorts of ailments, coughs/colds, etc. Maybe I will post more about that! 🙂 A living moss shower mat sounds AWESOME!!!

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