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Homemade Horse Cookie Recipe

Updated: Oct 2

Homemade Horse Cookie Recipe

Oh, October. The leaves are slowly turning, boots and sweaters begin to appear on the street, the air is becoming cooler and starting to smell like…cookies?! 🍪 That’s right! October 1st is National Homemade Cookies Day, and we are celebrating by giving you a very special cookie recipe to make at home! Just one thing...these cookies might smell better than they taste - at least to us, because this is a recipe for horse cookies! 🐴




Get together with some of your horsey (or non-horsey!) friends and have fun creating these scrumptious treats for your favorite Crimson Stables horse! (Or one for them all...they won't mind...trust us 😉)




Ingredients: - 1 Cup Oatmeal - 1 Cup Flour - 1 Teaspoon Salt - 1 Cup Shredded Carrots* - 1 Tablespoon Sugar - 2 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil - ¼ Cup Molasses - ¼ Cup Water *We used shredded carrots in our recipe, but feel free to switch this up for anything a horse would like! Apples and peppermints are some of sweet treats we'd suggest. 🍎🥕 Instructions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. In a large bowl, mix together oatmeal, flour, and salt. 3. Add shredded carrots and sugar, mix until evenly blended. 4. Add water and molasses, stir.* *Tip: It may be easier to use your hands to mix everything together! Add up to ¼ cup more molasses as needed if batter is dry. When completely mixed, batter should be thicker and sticky. 5. Roll dough into 1 ½ inch balls and place on cookie sheet. Cookies will not expand, so it’s okay to place them close together. 6. Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until golden brown. Once cooled, bag up your cookies and bring them to the barn on your next trip, or post a photo of your sweet creations and tag us! We'd love to see what you come up with.


Happy baking! ❤️

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