3 homemade Halloween dog treats- easy and healthy!

Oct 22, 2020

Whether you celebrate Halloween or not, it's always a good excuse to have a treat, right?

Unfortunately, candies are not your dog’s friend and it would be such a shame to be the only one enjoying the treats.

So don’t be a witch (😉) and grab your apron!

We’ve collected 3 Halloween dog treat recipes that both you and your dog can enjoy.

Bonus: they’re also super healthy!

A note before you start: canned pumpkin puree is hard to find in Australia. Here is how to make it- cut your pumpkin in half, scoop out the seeds and place on a baking tray lined with baking paper, face down. Bake at 200°C for 45-60min until soft. Let is cool down then scoop out the flesh and mash by hand or in food processor until smooth.

Pumpkin FroYo Bites for Dogs

These pumpkin froyo bites not only look cute, but they also require 3 simple ingredients: yoghurt, pumpkin and water!

So easy and so fresh! Perfect for us pups living in the Southern hemisphere and heading into warmer weather.

You can use any Halloween silicone trays or pumpkin silicone moulds for these yummy dog treats.

Pumpkin puppuccinos

Picture of a puppuccino in a Starbuck cup. It is a pumpkin spice latte for dogs.

For anyone yearning autumn leaves and pumpkin spice lattes, you're covered with this 5min recipe PSL puppaccino.

Pup friendly and delicious!

Pumpkin carrot pupcakes

Pumpkin, carrots and peanut butter frosting? Say no more!!

The maple syrup can be left out in these pumpkin carrot pupcakes. If you’re sharing with your pup and want to keep the sweetness, best to give as an occasional treat.

Happy Howloween everypawdy!! 


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