Baked pumpkin cookies & treats for dogs

by Healthy Barks Social September 09, 2022 2 min read

Baked pumpkin cookies & treats for dogs, dog food recipes, what treats can I cook for my dog

Our dogs are a very important part of our family, and they deserve more homemade food. Moreover, what if you can make treats & cookies at home for your furry friend?

Sure, you can go out and buy a box of dog treats, or order it online for them. However, will that be fun or making the treats in the kitchen with them by your side?

In today’s recipe, we bring you Baked Pumpkin cookies for dogs made with love — and they're just as easy to make as making another batch of cookies. Homemade treats are just way too good and surely your dog will love them too!


Ingredients (Pumpkin Cookies)

Here’s what you’ll need to make your dog drool over the smell from the kitchen:

Baked pumpkin cookies & treats for dogs, dog food recipes, what treats can I cook for my dog

  • 100 g of pumpkin (pureed)
  • 1 whole egg (chicken or duck) 

(*Do not use chicken eggs if your dog is allergic to chicken)

  • 50 g (oat flour) 

How to make it?

Making this recipe is just the same as making cookies you make for yourself and your families.

  • Mix the pumpkin puree with the oats flour.
  • Whisk the egg, and add to the mixture. 
  • Increase flour if the mixture is too runny, or add some bone broth if it is too dry. 
  • Mix well until it forms a dough. 
  • Roll out the dough, cut shapes, and place on a baking tray. 
  • Bake at 180* for 20-30 mins, or until done. 

OR 

Microwave for 3-5 mins until baked 

Can be broken into small pieces for training or fed to your dogs as a snack. 

Always feed them in moderation, don't go over, and also don't feed them less. Let them savor it! 

Baked pumpkin cookies & treats for dogs, dog food recipes, what treats can I cook for my dog

Pumpkin training treats - 


Ingredients

  • 50 g of pumpkin puree 
  • 50 g of chicken mince or 1 Egg
  • 1 whole egg 
  • 50 g of oats flour

You can use xylitol-free peanut butter with more pumpkin puree, if not using chicken. (20 g of peanut butter & 40 g of pumpkin, if not adding 1 more egg)


How to make it?

  • Mix pumpkin puree and chicken mince with the oats flour.
  • Whisk the egg, and add to the mixture. 
  • Increase flour if the mixture is too runny, or add some bone broth if it is too dry. 
  • Make a runny mixture.
  • Use a pyramid baking sheet, pour the mixture into the moulds and bake at 180* for 40-45 mins 
  • Remove and feed as training treats. 

**Do this in an oven , the silicone mat may melt in a microwave.


Benefits of Making Dog Treats At Home

The biggest benefit - your furry friend will love these homemade treats! But beyond that, you also know exactly what is going into the treats and how it will impact your pup's health.


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