Easy {and delicious} Dog Biscuits for Kids!

Let's turn a tube of bicuits into sweet puppy faces with chocolate chips and sprinkle 'spots', a fun and easy breakfast or snack idea for everyone!

puppy face biscuits

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Dog Biscuits for kids

No...these are not biscuits for your dog, silly (I'm not that gourmet)! They're adorable and delicious biscuits for your kids...that look surprisingly like little puppy faces!

Best part? They're super easy to make so your kids will think you're the best mom ever...

They're also easy enough that kids can make them! We've already made them twice...and  have stockpiled some biscuit dough in the fridge for 'puppy biscuit' emergency cravings!

I wish this was my clever idea...but it's not. I saw this idea for dog sandwiches and decided to adapt it for biscuits. Easier, faster...and I think ours are cuter. Chocolate wins over olives every day in our family!

How to make puppy face biscuits


How to shape biscuits

Step 1
After separating the biscuits, lightly squeeze each one so it's more oval than round (see pictures below)

Step 2
Use kitchen shears or a clean pair of scissors and snip the ears (see pictures below)

Step 3
Press chocolate chips into place for the eyes and nose (we found it was better to really press them in well or they pop out while baking)

Step 4
(optional): Give your puppies some spots with chocolate sprinkles

Step 5
Bake at the recommended time on package on a silpat mat or parchment paper

puppy biscuits with chocolate chip faces
My little helper was very proud of her puppies and promptly ate two (once they cooled down a bit)! She couldn't believe HOW CUTE they were.

puppy face biscuits

These tasty puppy face biscuits can be whipped up so fast, they would make the perfect Back to School breakfast or after school snack!

disclaimer: no puppies were harmed in the making of this treat!

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  1. When I saw this on Show-licious, I was definitely confused... I'm glad that you clarified that the biscuits weren't FOR dogs but LOOKED LIKE dogs. :)
    What a fun snack!
    Kim @ pinspiredhome.blogspot.com

    1. Haha, I know...I don't even have a dog ;) They're definitely for kids (adults too - they are yummy!). Thanks for stopping by to comment :)

  2. Oh my goodness, they are so cute. What a great idea!

    If you have a minute to spare I'd be so thrilled if you could share your post at my weekly Say G'Day Saturday link up. This would be such a great addition!

    Best wishes for a wonderful weekend,
    Natasha in Oz

  3. I'm pinning this idea because we love puppies in my house and they look so easy. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Julie..they are a cinch to make - and look like real little puppies :) We love them and I'm sure you will too!

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    1. Thanks for the Pin Marti! They are as fun to eat as they are to make :)

  5. So cute! Kids would love these! Thanks for sharing with SYC.

  6. Those turned out so cute and my boys would love them!

    1. Thanks Pamela...they're super easy for kids to make and really "come alive" with the addition of the choc chip eyes and nose...I'm sure your boys would gobble them up! Even my big boys (16 and 18) love them :)


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