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Bake-A-Bone The Original Dog Treat Maker

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  • All Natural; preservative-free
  • Organic and gluten free recipes
  • Healthy, mouth-watering treats in minutes
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.7 x 3 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CIJMD6K
  • Item model number: 8783
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,147 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The original dog treat maker makes healthy, delicious preservative-free treats in minutes. Perfect for small, medium and large dogs. Bake-A-Bone features allergy-sensitive recipes including wheat-free, corn-free, low-glucose, lactose-free, gluten-free and soy-free. Recipes for every taste: chicken, beef, liver, peanut butter, cheese, vegetarian, vegan organic and much more. Make fun specialty treats also snicker poodles, banana biscotti bones, birthday bones, puppy pot-roast bones. You can also decorate your treats with fun, pet-friendly homemade icings.

Customer Reviews

Dogs love it.
Parker Knight
This Bake a Bone dog treat maker is lightweight, easy to use, and comes with a little recipe booklet.
Donnie Darko
So, we all love our Bake-A-Bone, and we highly recommend it...especially the dog!
Alice in Wonderland

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

80 of 83 people found the following review helpful By nycgirl TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 22, 2013
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of course i didn't NEED this extraneous, indulgent, First World gadget, but it's so REWARDING and FUN.
Basically a glorified waffle maker, Bake-A-Bone makes soft, fresh, moist, bone-shaped treats in 5 minutes. The recipe is a tweaked waffle formula (flour + milk + egg + whatever), so the treat is fluffy and egg-y, with crusty edges and a golden brown surface. Watching your dog devour these hot, steamy treats that you home-baked is so, so rewarding. My husband smelled the baking aromas in the air and was instantly jealous. "I want one!" he cried.

For spoiled dogs? it's basically the norm now.

PROS:
-ability to customize treat recipes (i cut the flour and add freeze-dried raw food instead)
-small size doesnt take up counter space (esp in NYC)
-treats ready in 5-7 minutes (same time as a waffle)
-fires all the rewarding synapses in your brain ("dog... loves... me...must...make... more... treats")
-nonstick surface easy to clean

CONS:
-can only bake 4 treats at a time. (the recipe batch makes 16-20 bones so you'll be making several batches, time adds up)
-cheap construction + plastic overshell gets hot (doesn't seem like it would last years)
-you could technically use your waffle maker to make the same treats and just slice them up into bite-sized sticks
-treats are moist, therefore not shelf-stable (need to be refrigerated in sealed container)

Makes a great gift for a new pet owner or someone who loves their dog.
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57 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Donna on July 1, 2013
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The Bake-A-Bone dog treat maker is very easy to use and clean up. It came with a recipe book containing 30 recipes and most of the recipes only require on average four ingredients that are usually stocked in most kitchens. Bake-A-Bone also has pre-made mixes that can be bought seperately but I recommend making your mixes since it's so easy, cheaper and you have the peace of mind of what is actually in the mix.

I baked the Peanut Butter treats from the included recipe book. I made a couple substitutions to make this recipe grain-free plus a few added benefits. The recipe called for flour or whole wheat flour which I substituted with garbanzo bean flour for it's higher protein value/grain-free and where it called for milk I used coconut milk because it helps with skin conditions since I have two dogs who are allergic to grass. The recipe stated it would take 8 to 10 minutes to bake and with my substitutions, the treats were ready in 9 minutes. The Peanut Butter recipe produced 36 dog treats.

I gave each of my dogs a treat from the first batch and three out of my four dogs loved them. The one who didn't, it wasn't a surprise since he's my picky eater. One of my dogs liked it so much, she sat at the kitchen entrance waiting for another treat the whole time I was making the treats.

I also baked a grain-free dog treat recipe that helps with my dogs' skin allergies (it's also helpful for dogs with eczema, flea allergies, contact dermatitis, and itchy skin), which usually takes about 40 minutes to bake, in nearly half the time. I did use Bake-A-Bone's suggestion for cruncher treats by baking these treats an additional 15 minutes in the oven at 350 degrees after baking them in the treat maker for 10 minutes.
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60 of 67 people found the following review helpful By TooManyHobbies TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 30, 2013
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The Bake-a-Bone dog treat maker is a great novelty item. It is fun and easy to bake up doggy treats in this waffle-press type oven. And best of all, my very fussy Chihuahua absolutely loved them! She gobbled them up and begged for more.

But like all novelty items the appeal quickly wore off. This biggest issue I had with the oven is that only four bones can be baked at a time. For my first attempt I made a half batch of the Peanut Butter Bone recipe. Even with half a batch I still got enough mix for 21 bones. So at 10 minutes a round it took almost an hour of constant attention to bake all the bones. A full batch would take almost two hours!

So I really love the idea of home baked bones for my dog, but next time I think I'll just use a silicon dog bone shaped mold. With that I will be able to use my gas oven and bake the entire batch at one time.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Just My Op VINE VOICE on June 29, 2013
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I admit, I chose this product on a lark, thinking it might be fun but not knowing how much I would use it. And I find, that with a few caveats, I really like it. Even more important, my dogs love the little doggie waffles. (Full disclosure: my dogs seem to like *everything* that looks even vaguely edible, so their liking these treats is no big surprise.)

So far, I've used only the molasses cookie recipe, but the included recipe book has lots of variations I want to try. Most call for eggs, and I don't use eggs, but that I can easily adapt. I like that the recipes include healthy ingredients and there are no unknown, poorly named icky stuff in the treats, as is too often the case in commercial ones.

From the pictures, I thought that the "bones" would be bigger, but no, the baker cooks only 4 medium size cookies at a time. It seems to me that if the design had been a bit different, the machine could have held 6 cookies with the same outside footprint.

So, 4 cookies at a time, each taking 5 - 10 minutes as the suggested baking time. I settled on 7 minutes, and that seemed to work fine. You have to judge doneness for yourself but that, too, was not a real problem. A half recipe 20 cookies. So, yes, it is time consuming, but if I make them during my reading time, I can take a few minutes to fill the machine, then relax while they are baking, empty and refill, start over again.

I used a toothpick to pry the bones out of the nonstick molds, and they released easily. Cleanup was a snap - just a wipe with a damp paper towel. A couple of the cookies were misshaped because I used too much or too little batter, but the dogs didn't care, and I got the hang of filling the molds pretty quickly.
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