RECIPE: These Adorable Doggy Oreos Look Just Like the Real Ones

I’m so in love with how these treats turned out! From the decadently dark cookies to the perfect white center, they’re adorable Oreo replicas.

Doggy Oreos recipe
If your pup is anything like mine, they’ll eat these Doggy Oreos in one bite. Photos: Allison Gray/Petful

Earlier this year, I bought an 18-ounce bag of carob powder.

I bought it just for making dog treats, and I have definitely put it to good use. From biscuits to icing, Banjo’s been spoiled with carob goodies.

But even after all those recipes, I still have more than half of that bag remaining. So I started searching for some fun new recipes that call for carob. And I found this one. Doggy Oreos!


These Doggy Oreos are so stinkin’ cute, I just had to make some for Banjo. And I’m happy I did.

Chocolate is toxic to dogs, but carob powder is a dog-safe, natural alternative.

Doggy Oreos Recipe


  • 1 banana
  • ½ cup peanut butter (no xylitol)
  • ¼ cup milk
  • 1 cup brown rice flour
  • ½ cup carob powder
  • Filling: 8 ounces softened cream cheese and/or peanut butter
Use a circular cookie cutter to roll the dough to about ¼-inch thick.


  1. Heat your oven to 350 F.
  2. Mash the banana with a fork in a medium-size bowl.
  3. Add the rest of the ingredients (except the filling) and mix well.
  4. Roll dough on a lightly floured surface to ¼-inch thick and cut with a circular cookie cutter.
  5. Bake 8–10 minutes on a nonstick baking sheet.
  6. After the cookies have cooled completely, spread 1–2 teaspoons of filling on half of the cookies; then sandwich them with the other half.
This Doggy Oreo recipe makes about 1 dozen cookies. Keep leftovers in the fridge.

I’m so in love with how these treats turned out!

From the decadently dark cookies to the perfect white center, they’re adorable Oreo replicas. On top of that, they are delicious (according to Banjo).

I gave Banjo one outside, thinking she might make a bit of a mess. But she proved me wrong when she ate it in a single bite.


Adapted from: Just Eat Life.

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Allison Gray gained a wealth of knowledge about animal welfare issues and responsible pet care during her nearly 5 years of work for an animal shelter. She is a writer, photographer, artist, runner and tattooed remedial knitter. Allison also has been researching, testing out and perfecting nutritious pet treat recipes in her kitchen for Petful since spring 2017.

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