If you are looking to do a little baking for your dog, these treats are some of the best recipes we have come across. Put them in a tin, wrap them in pretty cellophane, or stick them in a stocking and you have a great gift for the upcoming holiday season!
#1 – Diabetic Dog Treats
This recipe by Barb Maxwell on Allrecipes.com is perfect for those that have a dog suffering from diabetes. With no sugar or sweeteners of any kind, it’s a safe bet. You can substitute the whole wheat flour for almond if you need to go gluten-free as well. Find the recipe here.
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#2 – Peanut Butter Dog Bone Treats
These dog-gone good treats from Giada De Laurentiss on the Foodnetwork.com are made with chicken, peanut butter, and parmesan, making them irresistible for most dogs. If your doggy is on a no chicken diet, switch it out for beef broth or water. Find the recipe here.
#3 – Microwave Dog Treat Recipe
Not a baker? That’s okay! This recipe from the talented folks at Dogtreatkitchen.com has you covered. It’s full of heathy ingredients like flaxseed, bran, and oats and they are a snap to make. Find the recipe here.
#4 – Pumpkin Dog Biscotti
Another treat from Dogtreatkitchen.com, these are perfect for the fall season. In fact, they smell and look so good, you may be tempted to take a bite yourself and why not? After all, they are made with ingredients right from your own kitchen, just remember to share with your dog! Find the recipe here.
#5 – Peanut Butter & Banana Treats
Whole Foods is just about one of the best stores when it comes to finding quality, natural, and organic items that are good for you. So, you know a recipe from them has to be good – and it is! Made with parsley, peanut butter, and oats, these treats are easy to make and good for your dog. Find the recipe here.
#6 – Stinkin’ Dog Treats
Does your dog like to snack out of the litter box? Well, Alton Brown has come up with a dog biscuit to replace that lovely snack. No, there is no cat “refuse” on the ingredient list, but he He uses fish sauce to give the biscuit its odor, which he believes satisfies his dog’s craving for something stinky. Find the recipe here.
#7 – Apple Cinnamon Drops
Bullwrinkle.com has loads of free treat recipes and this one is particularly yummy. Plus, cinnamon, apple, and honey all have great health benefits for your dog’s immune system, so they are good for him too! Find the recipe here.
#8 – Flax & Cheese Dog Biscuits
#9 – Frosty Yogurt Berries Bone Parfait
If your dog likes gourmet treats, these are the ones for you. In fact, all the treats on Sugar, the Golden Retriever’s website are scrumptious looking. Luckily, you can eat these too so you don’t have to feel left out as your dog devours these amazing treats! Find the recipe here.
#10 – Steamy Chicken and Quinoa Soup
Perfect for a chilly evening treat, this homemade doggy soup is provided by The Honest Kitchen. Serve by itself, or pour over your dog’s food as an added treat at meal times. Find the recipe here.
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