Jul 16, 2020

5 Easy Homemade Dog Treats To Make Your Dog This Halloween

What better way to celebrate Halloween with your dog than baking up special Halloween treats just for him?

Homemade orange gummy treats for dogs to make this Halloween

There is something about Fall that makes it my favorite time of the year. Maybe it's the stunningly gorgeous colors of fall leaves, the yummy pumpkin spice that seems to fill the air, and just the plain old fun and excitement of Halloween. 

Kids are more ready than ever to have some fun (and candy ) this year. 

I am itching to decorate our house for fall and Halloween. 

And we will be baking lots of cute Halloween cupcakes for the kids, and other yummy spooky treats too. 

If ever there was a Halloween where we all needed extra treats, it is this Halloween. 

Including our furry family members. What better way to celebrate Halloween with your dog than making them their very own special dog treats for Halloween as well? 

(well, aside from getting them their own dog costumes, of course.) 

It is has been a rough year for our furry family members too, after all.

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1. Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Mummy Bones 

How cute do these mummy bones look? And if you ask your sweet furry best friend, I am sure he would tell you they taste even better than they look!

That's because these peanut butter and pumpkin dog treats are favorite Halloween snacks for pups everywhere! 

2. Frosty Pumpkin Dog Treats

If your dog has itchy dry skin in the Fall, then try making this healthy pumpkin dog treat recipe.

These fall-inspired dog treats are made with healthy ingredients for dogs like pumpkin, salmon oil and Kefir that can naturally soothe your dog's itchy skin.

Get This Recipe Here

3. Two-Ingredient Dog Treats Recipe

This may be one of the best quick easy dogs treats recipes ever. 

These frozen pumpkin dog treats are made with yogurt and pumpkin puree. 

Make sure you buy or make homemade pure pumpkin puree and not pumpkin pie filler, which has too much sugar for dogs.  Here's an easy recipe for how to make pumpkin puree for your dog.

(are you checking your refrigerator and pantry now? )

4. Frozen Blueberry Halloween Treats For Dogs

Make these easy quick 2-ingredient frozen treats for your dog with blueberries and Greek yogurt.

And yep, dogs can eat blueberries. They are safe and actually a very healthy treat for dogs. 

Since the blueberries and yogurt are blended together like a smoothie in this recipe, you also do not have to worry about small dogs choking on the blueberries.

You'll will need a cute skull shaped ice tray to make these treats look like skulls.

You can get a set like this one on Amazon for around $10.00 

Of course, you can make this yummy cool treat for your pup using regular ice cube trays as well. They just won't look like skulls ( thinking your furry best friend won't really care though.)

5. Apple Crunch Pupcakes

Your pup is going to love you, even more, when you make him his own easy homemade pupcakes.

These easy and quick to make dog treats are made with apples, applesauce, whole wheat flour (which you can substitute with coconut flour, rice flour, or corn-flour ) eggs, honey, and vanilla extract.

Once you have all the ingredients mixed together, you simply spoon the mix into muffin tins and bake.

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