Homemade DIY Treats Doggy Cannoli's

Welcome back to another DIY dog treat video!

Homemade doggy cannoli's.

What ingredients you will need:

Your choice of flour (2 Cups) -Using wholewheat
Ground Cinnamon (2 Tablespoons)
Large Egg - any brand
Unsweetened Almond Milk - any brand
Coconut Oil of your choice

Frosting: Powder yogurt 1/2 cups
Water approximately 3 tablespoons

Bag Unsweetened Carrob Chips

Tools needed:

-mixing bowl
-rolling pin
-rolling board
-measuring cup
-gloves (optional)
- two small mixing bowl's.
-round cookie cutter aprox 3-4" round
-baking trays
-parchment paper
-Frosting pipe bag -or- spoon

Add your flour & Ground cinnamon together & mix well - set aside

In a small mixing bowl, add your egg, milk & coconut oil together and mix well. Poor into dry mixture of flour and cinnamon. Mix well.

If too dry, add some more almond milk. If too wet, add some flour. Continue to mix until batter is consistent.

Roll out your dough to aprox 1/4" thickness and begin using your circle cookie cutter to make your circles.

Grab your wooden spoon and use the handle end to wrap around the dough to form your cannoli shape and slide off end of spoon. Continue to do so with the rest of your circles.

preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Place your lined tray(s) with parchment paper and cannoli's into oven and bake for aprox 15-20mins.

Turn off oven and keep closed with cannoli's in oven to help dry out and harden for a longer shelf life.

Once cooled, you are ready to decorate!

Grab your other small mixing bowl and spoon, place in 1/2 cup of yogurt powder into bowl and poor in 2-3 tablespoons of water with yogurt powder. Mix well. If still too dry, add another tablespoon.

Poor your frosting into a piped frosting bag or a spoon to drizzle over frosting on cannoli's and add your carrob chips to the ends.

Let sit for a few hours for the frosting to dry & its time to enjoy! ????

Shelf life estimated 3-4 weeks.

See you on the next how-to!

Chris & Toby ????
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