Carob Peanut Butter Cups Tips
Where can you find carob chips?
Look for carob chips in your local health food store. If you can't find them there, you can always order them online.
How can you serve carob peanut butter cups?
Chocolate contains caffeine and theobromine—which both can be toxic for dogs. Carob, however, does not contain these ingredients, so these carob peanut butter cups are the perfect treat to be shared with your pup! To be extra careful, though, double check that the peanut butter you use doesn't have artificial sweeteners, salt and sugar if possible—which can also be toxic. Otherwise, you can enjoy carob peanut butter cups as an alternative to regular peanut butter cups with chocolate. Make sure you know all of the foods you shouldn't share with your dog
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How long will carob peanut butter cups last?
Carob peanut butter cups will last up to 1 month (if your dog doesn't eat them before then!). Store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator or freezer. If your pup have an upcoming birthday, here are some additional dog birthday party ideas
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Where can you buy this treat mold?
If you want to make these carob peanut butter cups in the same paw shapes that we did, you can find the mini silicone mold
on Amazon. —Alicia Rooker, RDN, Taste of Home Recipe Editor/Tester
1 piece: 53 calories, 3g fat (3g saturated fat), 0 cholesterol, 0 sodium, 7g carbohydrate (7g sugars, 0 fiber), 0 protein.