Express Dog Treat Maker
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Woof woof! These dog treats are the perfect homemade snack for your canine companion! The Dash Express Dog Treat Maker’s nonstick plates heat evenly to cook fresh treats in minutes, and the nonstick surface is easy to wipe down for simple cleanup. Our Recipe Guide contains easy-to-make dog treats that you can create with unprocessed ingredients already in your home kitchen. Simply preheat, add batter, and cook: you’ll have 8 drool-worthy dog treats in no time!
Features & Benefits
Make delicious, homemade dog treats with natural ingredients from your own kitchen. Makes up to 8 bone-shaped dog treats at a time. Nonstick surfaces heat quickly and are easy to clean. One-step setup: just plug it in! Paw-print pattern cover. Recipes included! Sweet and savory treat recipes and ideas your canine companion will love! Recipes use simple & whole ingredients that you already have in the kitchen. A portion of the proceeds will benefit animal rescue efforts at North Shore Animal League America. Includes: Dash Express Dog Treat Maker and Recipe Guide. 1-year manufacturer warranty, 2-year warranty available with registration to the Feel Good Rewards program. Designed in NYC. US-Based Customer Support available.
My dogs love the treats I make in the Express Dog Treat Maker. Easy to use and fun. Two complaints. 1. My dogs are small so the treAts are too big. I generally break them in half. 2. Too bad the treats have to be turned over half way through.
This cookie maker is a fun activity to do with your dogs. My two pugs actually sat and waited for them to cook while I "explained" to them what I was doing and that cookies were coming :D. The first time I used this, I made a recipe from the book (PB one with oats and flour) and the dough was very stiff and difficult to get into the hot mold. I ended up throwing out a lot of dough and stopping early because there were burnt spots on the cookies - I planned to make a bunch and give them as xmas gifts but had to cancel that plan due to this. My dogs still liked the cookies, however, and ate them all over the next week or so.
The second time I used this I modified a donut recipe from my Dash mini donut maker recipe book - leaving out sugar, butter and baking powder of course. I ended up using flour, added banana and left out the egg (I'm vegan), and used soymilk instead of milk and added PB and water to make a wetter dough - similar to a pancake dough.
I put the dough into a baggie and cut off the corner, then piped it into the bone shapes. It came out really well, like doggie banana bread. Much better than the first batch and my dogs love them. I cooked 4 min then flipped and cooked an additional 4 minutes.
I'm going to try making crunchy cookies again and follow the advice of a previous reviewer who recommended molding each cookie using the treat maker while still cold, then heating it up and adding each pre-formed cookie. Sounds like a good plan, hopefully won't burn this time!
Received as a gift. I love this machine. True, some recipes are hard to find ingredients for, but I have made 3 of these and they have simple ingredients. I used a spoon to help fill the mold, or my hands. I was very careful and didn't have issues burning myself. The "dough" is thick, so it is hard to just scoop into the molds. I sprayed the mold with cooking oil as stated, used tongs to remove and flip the treats with no issues. My dogs love them. My only question is how to properly store them and for how long can they be kept since there are obviously no preservatives in them to keep them fresh.
Not worth the money
I followed the instructions exactly as provided in the documentation provided, however I found it difficult to fill the separate chambers with the recipes that came with the machine. It took a lot of rolling and trying to make the dough fit the small chambers which isn’t very good when the machine is screaming hot. I used a heat resistant spatula to squish the dough into the chambers, which they don't even tell you how to do - some of the recipes had items I couldn't find in even my nutritional stores .I will use the recipes I can find items for and just use a good old fashion cookie sheet and mold - the machine is slotted for the next yard sale/facebook marketplace
I bought this as a Christmas gift.