They came with a cute little apron and were packed in a nifty lunchbox with some ice packs to keep them cool, as well as some literature on their products.
|Box of cookie dough|
Peanut Butter, Oats, Evaporated Cane Juice, Palm Oil, Eggs, Water, Baking Soda.
Crude Protein (min): 10.0%
Crude Fat (min): 25.0%
Crude Fiber (max): 1.5%
Moisture (max): 15.0%
Calorie Content (calculated): 4,800 kcal ME per kg / 82 kcal per baked cookie.
I'm a bit skeptical about the cane juice and palm oil, but since this is not a "food" and is instead a treat, I will not worry about them.
Preheat oven to 350° F. Place cookies 2″ apart on ungreased baking sheet. Gently flatten each cookie with the palm of your hand. Bake for 10-14 minutes or until cookies are lightly browned. Cool completely on baking rack before serving. Store baked cookies in an air tight container for up to 14 days.
The cookies smell good (to me, not others in my family) and have a peanut buttery scent to them. Not surprising, since the first ingredient is peanut butter.
The dogs seemed to know the cookies were for them, and waited patiently (except Conker) for them to bake and cool. Once ready, each dog got to try one cookie and all three greatly enjoyed them. Conker tried to steal the Girls' cookies but that is expected, he always does that. But even Juneau tried to steal, which is rare for her. These must be pretty good if Juneau is turning to crime to get another bite.
I like these cookies, and if I can find them, will probably buy some in the future as a fun snack for the dogs. They are priced like other "cookies" that are similar in type and weight. The only differences are that these need to be baked, and they are rather large.
I recommend these for dogs who aren't on a grain-free diet, and to owners who want to try something a bit different than what is normally available as treats, and to owners who would like to try baking for their dogs without having to actually make the dough.
That's Part 1 of the Ready to Bake cookie review! Here is Part 2.