Halloween Dog Treat Recipes

PUMPKIN & PEANUT BUTTER DOG TREAT RECIPE

So easy to make. Perfect gift for your furry friends.

Cuisine: American, Canadian
Servings:  50 small treats
Calories: 14 kcal

Ingredients for Pumpkin & Peanut Butter 3 Ingredients Dog Treat

  • 1 cup oats (old fashioned, 1-minute oats, or instant) , plus more if needed- see instructions
  • 1/3 cup pure pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling)
  • 1/4 cup natural peanut butter

Instructions

  1. Preheat your oven to 300F (150C). Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Add the oats to a food processor and grind until they reach a fine powder. Add in the pumpkin and peanut butter and blend until a sticky dough is formed.
  3. Remove from the processor and roll out on a lightly floured surface. (Use whole wheat flour, more ground oats, or another flour that you have on hand). Cut out cookies using a small cookie cutter of any shape, or alternatively just cut into squares with a knife.
  4. Lay the treats on the prepared baking sheet and bake fo 25 to 30 minutes, until the treats are dry and hard. Let cool before giving to your pup and then store in an airtight container.

Recipe Notes

*nutrition is for one little treat. Recipe makes about 50 little treats.
*My dog is small so I cut the dough into 50 little treats, but if you choose to make larger treats, they may take a little longer to bake, and will of course make fewer treats.

DIY Frozen Halloween Dog Bones Recipe

Give your pup a bone-chillingly delicious DIY dog treat this Halloween!

This homemade frozen candy corn bone for dogs is a terrifyingly tasty way to get your dog into the spooky spirit!

You don’t need a magic cauldron to make these simple halloween dog treats.

We know candy corn is a favorite treat on Halloween, so we made a dog friendly version for your pup to enjoy too.

This recipe yields six frozen treats for dogs, so you can pass them out to your dog’s fur friends when you all go out trick or treating!

This DIY candy corn dog bone recipe is a healthy alternative to candy with xylitol, an artificial sweetener used in candy which is not dog friendly.

You’ll be hauntingly happy to know that these are easy treats to make because they don’t require an oven to bake them in!

Making no bake dog treats for your dog means that you can spend less time cooking in the kitchen and more time trick or treating with your furry friend.

These homemade frozen dog treats have ingredients that you probably already have in your fridge like greek yogurt, banana, and pumpkin.

We have a superstition that you’ll have a terrifyingly good time making these delicious homemade frozen dog treats.

So what are you waiting for? Hit play to learn how to make homemade candy corn dog bones:

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