Dog Friendly Easter Egg Cookies

  • 28 Mar, 2024
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Easter is a time of joy and celebration, and what better way to share the festivities than by baking with your pup? You can buy dog friendly Easter eggs, but these can be expensive. My homemade Easter Cookies are dog friendly, inexpensive to make, and make a great bonding activity for you and your dog!

These homemade treats are not only delicious but also healthy, packed with wholesome ingredients and bursting with flavour. Let's whip up some Easter magic!

Dog-Friendly Easter Egg Cookies Recipe


• 1 and ¼ cups rice flour
• 2 free range eggs
• 2 tablespoons coconut oil
• ¼ cup whole wheat flour


• Yoghurt drops
• Natural food colouring


1. Whisk eggs and put to one side
2. Mix together the rice flour and coconut oil in a bowl. Add the eggs and mix to make a dough.
3. Slowly add the whole wheat flour in small portions. Knead with your hands until your dough
reaches a non-sticky consistency that can be rolled out. You may not need all the flour to do this
depending on the size/quality of your eggs used.
4. Separate the dough in two portions. For each section roll your dough into a ball and place on a
sheet of baking paper. Slightly flatten the dough and place another sheet of baking paper on top.
Then roll your dough to around ¼ inch thickness.
5. Repeat for the second portion of dough and place both portions of rolled dough on a cutting
board and pop in the fridge for 20 minutes. This chills the dough and makes it easier to cut designs
that hold their shape.
6. Remove both portions of rolled dough from fridge. Using an egg-shaped cookie cutter, cut out the
biscuits and place on lined baking trays.
7. Place your cut out biscuits on their trays into the freezer for 30 minutes. This will prevent them
from spreading when baking.
8. Preheat oven to 350°F.
9. Remove biscuits from freezer and bake for approximately 15 minutes or until golden. Place on
baking rack to cool.

Decorating your biscuits:

Yoghurt icing

1. Melt your yoghurt drops in a heat safe bowl over boiling water stirring consistently.
2. Once melted, remove from stove and separate into individual bowls and add natural food
colouring to get your desired colours.
3. Pipe onto biscuits in any pattern you like or just dip your cookies into the mixture and leave to

Top tips:

-Dry and crumbly dough? Keep adding small amounts of water at a time until you get a better consistency.

-Oat flour is a great swap.

-Use carob chips instead of yoghurt if your pup is allergic or simply forget the icing

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