This Pumpkin dog treats recipe is the perfect way to give your dog the extra love and at the same time a healthy homemade dog treat for your furry friend. We have found out that is pretty hard to find a really healthy dog treat that also doesn’t cost a fortune.
Luckily these treats are super easy to make and are super healthy since they are made with real and simple ingredients that are readily available: Peanut butter, pureed pumpkin, flour, eggs, and milk.
These treats don’t require you to be standing in your kitchen for the better part of an hour just mixing up the ingredients. Which was an automatic win for my self due to the fact I dislike being in the kitchen.
This recipe takes 15 minutes of prep time with a 30-35 minute bake time for a soft cookie. If you want a hard crunchy cookie for your dog cook for 45-50 minutes.
Its almost guaranteed to make your four legged fur baby to drool magical strands of joy while waiting for this special treat. This is my first dog treat recipe and I can say my dogs love it!
What you will need is:
- baking sheet
- floured surface
- rolling pin
- cookie cutter
- cookie sheet
- airtight container
This is how to make the perfect do treats that don't cost a fortune to buy at the store. Instead this dog treat is easy to make and takes only four ingredients to make.
- 1 cup canned pumpkin
- 4 tbsp peanut butter
- 2 cups whole wheat flour
- 2 egg
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F
2. Add all ingredients into mixer and mix until well mixed.
3. Place onto cutting board and using a rolling pin make it ½” thick.
4. Once done rolling, take your cookie cutter and the cut the biscuits into your favorite shapes.
5. Bake until golden brown, be warned these cookies will be a bit hard for you to eat.
When rolling the cookie, you can use a little extra flour on the non-stick surface and the rolling pin to prevent the sticking.
Conclusion on the Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe!
So, the Pumpkin dog treat recipe is a super easy to make dog treat, one thing to keep in mind is that they are soft, and as so need to be refrigerated if not baked to where they are super hard.
Personally the treat is the perfect softness for my families smaller dog Caspian who has a hard time chewing hard things.
So in General the Conclusion is!
These treats were easy to make and the dogs loved them!!! If you want a harder dog treat just bake them for 45 minutes.
Then let them cool down, place in air tight container and then place a paper towel on top of them and they should be ok. If you try this recipe make sure to email us on what you and your dogs think of the treats!
Happy Tails!The Labrottie Team!