If you give a dog a cookie… they feel happy, loved, and care for. If you want to make them feel extra special, then consider these easy-to-make/bake dog treats. Okay, they won’t know the difference (probably) but you will! And hey, there’s a lot to be said about baking with love.
Frozen Strawberry Banana Treats
These treats are jam-packed with strawberries, bananas, and honey making them a healthy and delicious treat for your pooch. And even though we’re seeing summer come to an end, those warm temperatures are doing the most to stick around so these treats are also a refreshing, cold break from the heat. These treats only require a handful of ingredients and a silicone mold (which can be any shape, but we’re suckers for the dog-themed ones!) Get the full recipe here.
Sweet Potato and Apple Twists
These sweet potato and apple twists are made from just four ingredients and we have a feeling your doggo will love them. If sweet potato isn’t really their thing, you can substitute in some pumpkin puree for our pumpkin-loving fur babies. If you want to get all kinds of fancy with your dog treats, you can create any shape out of the dough. We love a holiday cookie cutter. Get the full recipe here!
Peanut Butter and Banana Cookies
For the dog that insists on human food, the next time you whip up cookies for yourself, go ahead and make some of these too! You only need four ingredients and your dog will never know they aren’t getting human cookies. We’ve never met a dog that didn’t go absolutely ballistic over peanut butter, but if you have a picky eater, you can swap out the peanut butter for pumpkin. You can also make these cookies whatever size they need to be to satisfy your fur babes sweet tooth. Get the full recipe here!
Broccoli and Chicken Treats
Just like humans, sometimes our dogs want a little savory treat, and for that, we present to you these five-ingredient broccoli and chicken treats. If your dog doesn’t particularly love broccoli or you just want to make these a little heartier, you can either sub in or add in their favorite vegetable. And these cookies to have to but cut into adorable dog shapes, we have a feeling your pooch will love them no matter what shape they’re in. Get the full recipe here!