These peanut butter dog treats are a delicious treat for your four legged friends. If you do not have spelt flour you can use all wholemeal flour.
It made a lot of biscuits and was easy to do, although took a lot of extra flour when kneading as it was very sticky. I tasted these myself and frankly you'd not have a clue they had peanut butter in, I would recommend adding much more if you're going to attempt them. The ingredients are pricey though for a disappointing biscuit. - 03 Mar 2016
These were really easy to make and the dogs love them. Instead of using cookie cutters, I rolled the dough out on a floured cutting board that is slightly smaller than my baking sheets and then used a pizza cutter to cut the dough. It made it easy to invert the cutting board onto the cookie sheet and slightly separate each of the dough squares before baking. - 23 Aug 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
This makes about 1.5 pounds of dog biscuits. All 3 of my dogs loved them. I did not use spelt flour just whole wheat and ground flax seeds. Cut them into dog shapes truly adorable! - 10 Dec 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)