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  • on September 24, 2012

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    My friend and I made these treats for his dog. We didn't add the bananas, because the were burnt and we were never 100% his dog would like them, we didn't add chocolate because I was told its not good for dogs. So we added 1/2 cup of oats and 2Tbsp more honey and water to make to dough come together. Wow,I must say they were pretty good. Stella girl loved here homemade no fillers added treats. A think a easy must make again treat.

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  • on April 14, 2012

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    I was excited to try the recipe for my dog. The first batch I only baked hor 12 minutes and they were burnt so the second batch I only baked for 5 minutes they were much better. I suggest rolling them out and using cookie cutters .

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  • on February 03, 2012

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    I too was super excited for this recipe! And I read the other persons review and ignored it thinking she did something wrong. First the bananas came out good, but it taste exactly like fried plantains (Platanos in spanish, I think it would be healthier to just use that instead of the butter n sugar with bananas. Next the cookies were not regular cookies, it didn't rise like cookies, it didn't spread (inside the oven while cooking like cookies, it just stayed like a lump. I used regular peanut butter, and it didn't work. it needs more wet ingredients because it was too dry, the only wet was the honey. The dogs liked their cookies, but not alot. and my lab eats anything.

    sum it up. If you want to try it, try it just for the dog. I would find a different recipe. The cookies tasted to ... idk the word for it..

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  • on June 24, 2011

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    I was so excited to try this recipe - it has all ingredients that I love. But... the bananas stuck to the paper when they cooked and the cookies did not rise or spread like regular cookies. This could have been because I used all natural peannut butter. Although, had I used regular peanut butter, I believe with the honey, they would have been too sweet. Maybe I'll try again another time.

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