Peanut Butter Banana Chips For Dogs

Have an overripe banana and not sure what to do with it? Use it to make these peanut butter banana chips for dogs.

Glass jar full of banana chips for dogs with a few around it on the counter

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Dehydrated Peanut Butter
Banana Chips For Dogs

Not only are these peanut butter banana chips for dogs, but they are also a great treat for people too! Makes for a nice car trip snack that can be shared by all.

If you are not a fan of peanut butter, you can make these without it by following the same steps. You will just have plane banana chips.

When storing these, if you want them to stay nice and crunchy, store a silica gel pack in the container with them. It helps to keep the moister away from the chips and that helps keep them crunchy.

If you are looking for some other dog treats, here are a few to check out.

Time: about 8 hours 10 minutes
Makes: about 35 chips per banana but does depend on the size of the banana
Skill: Easy

banana and peanut butter powder

Ingredients:

knife slicing banana

How To Make These Dog Treats:

Slice the banana into slices. You want them all to be about the same thickness that is about as thick as a quarter.
Banana slices being coated in peanut butter powder
Then coat each banana slice with peanut butter powder. I simply put the powder on a plate then rolled them in the powder.

Banana slices on dehydrator tray

Now place the coated banana slices on the tray of the dehydrator. Make sure they are not touching each other.

Then put the tray on the dehydrator and place the lid on. Turn the temperature of the dehydrator to 135 and the time for 8 hours.

When the time is about halfway done, turn all the banana slices over.

When done, the banana chips for dogs should be nice and hard. If they have a slight chewy/bindy texture to them it is ok.

However, they should not be soft or still feel wet. If they do, chances are they may have been cut too thick and need a little more time in the dehydrator.

Yield: 35 chips

Peanut Butter Banana Chips For Dogs

Glass jar full of banana chips for dogs with a few around it on the counter

These peanut butter banana chips for dogs are easy to make. Plus these treats can also be enjoyed by people too!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 8 hours
Total Time 8 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 Large Ripe Banana
  • 1/4 Cup Peanut Butter Powder

Instructions

Slice the banana into slices. You want them all to be about the same thickness that is about as thick as a quarter.

Then coat each banana slice with peanut butter powder. I simply put the powder on a plate then rolled them in the powder.

Now place the coated banana slices on the tray of the dehydrator. Make sure they are not touching each other.

Then put the tray on the dehydrator and place the lid on. Turn the temperature of the dehydrator to 135 and the time for 8 hours.

When the time is about halfway done, turn all the banana slices over.

When done, the banana chips for dogs should be nice and hard. If they have a slight chewy/bindy texture to them it is ok.

However, they should not be soft or still feel wet. If they do, chances are they may have been cut too thick and need a little more time in the dehydrator.

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Glass jar full of banana chips for dogs with a few around it on the counter

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