Banana bombs

by | Dec 2, 2012 | 46 comments


I thought a meat free dog treat recipe without using liver or meat would make a nice change so I thought I’d try banana alongside peanut butter and honey to make recipe I call Banana Bombs!  These dog treats are great, they have a hard crusty shell which makes them excellent to carry around but moist and bready inside and packed with flavour!  Dogs love them!

After making them I took some with me while I went out dog walking.  Ruffles the Lhasa apso loved his and I even got plenty of attention from other people’s dogs who could smell them in my bag.  So that’s a big paws up for them already!


2 Eggs, 2 Bananas, 200g (1 cup) of Peanut Butter, Squirt of Honey, 200g (1 cup) of Wholemeal Flour, 200g (1 cup) of Cornflour

Please note: Some ‘low sugar’ peanut butters use xylitol sweetener as a substitute.  Avoid this as it’s harmful to dogs.


banana bomb ingredients

Blend half tWe're going to need wholemeal flour, cornflour, honey, 2 eggs, 2 bananas and peanut butter!he liver, 2 eggs and a splash of milk.

add banana peanut butter and eggs

Add two eggs, 200g (1 cup) of peanut butter, 2 chopped bananas and a good squirt of honey to a bowl!

blended dog treat recipe

Blend it till it's smooth!

add 200g of wholemeal flour

Now add 200g (1 cup) of wholemeal flour!

add 200g of cornflour

Then add 200g (1 cup) of cornflour!

roll into a ball

Mix the flours in with a fork then roll up your sleeves because you'll need to get stuck in with your hands to mix it all up!

raw banana peanut butter and honey balls

Roll into little balls and place onto baking tray. Be quite firm when rolling them in your hands!

banana peanut butter and honey buns

Preheat oven to 130°C (270°F) and then cook for 45 minutes. The buns above are now cooked and look brilliant!

lhasa apso eating a treat

Give to dog!

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  1. Cher

    Could you substitute unsulphured blackstrap molasses for honey ?

  2. Maria

    I would like to try the Banana Bomb recipe for my finicky Yorkie boy but would like to know what gluten free flour can I substitute for the cornflour and wholemeal? Can almond flour or tapioca flour or potato flour work just as well? What different ratio/grams/weight of the flours be compared to those you listed in original recipe?

  3. aNGELA

    Fantastic looking recipes, can’t wait to try them, thanks Jamie.


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