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Refrigerating dog treats.

There was a general question about this but mine is specific. I am making baked dog treats with peanut butter, banana, coconut flour, and carob chips. The recipe says to refrigerate. Is this actually necessary? I might want to take some to work for my friends' pups.

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Refrigerating dog treats
by: Dog Treat Icing Expert

Refrigeration does not sound necessary if you bring these to work the next day. It sounds like the purpose of refrigerating is to avoid mold that will develop after a few days if your treats have moisture in them. If you bake them till truly hard and crunchy all of the way through then I don’t see the need for refrigeration. Note though that coconut flour holds a large amount of water and may be hard to dry to a crunch.

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