15 Halloween Dog Treat Recipes
I don’t know about your dog, but mine isn’t a fan of costumes. She gets fussy just wearing a bandana, so a costume is out of the question. But there is one Halloween tradition she does love — eating yummy treats.
And since costumes are out of the question making some Halloween dog treats is an easy way to include her in all those holiday festivities. If you want to give your dog something special this holiday here’s 15 homemade Halloween dog treat recipes.
15 Halloween Dog Treat Recipes
One of the easiest ways to celebrate Halloween with your dog is by making them some yummy treats. And since I make treats for my dog each year I decided to put together a list of some of my favorites. Here’s 15 treats you can make for your dog on Halloween.
Grain Free No Bake Peanut Butter & Pumpkin Dog Treats
These grain free peanut butter & pumpkin dog treats are easy to make, and the best part? They’re no bake. They take about 10 minutes to make and they’re a great way give your dog something extra special on Halloween.
Pumpkin Spice Puppuccinos
Does anything say fall quite like Pumpkin Spice? Well now you can let your dog join in on one of our favorite seasonal treats by making these awesome puppucinos.
Candy Corn Dog Treats
These frozen candy corn treats are one of the easiest ways to make your dog something special for the holiday. They only require three ingredients and they’re super cute.
Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats
These yummy bone shaped dog treats are pretty simple to make. They’re made with flour, eggs, canned pumpkin and peanut butter and take 20-25 minutes to bake.
Mummy Bones Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats
Want to give your dog something special for the holiday? These festive dog treats are a nice and simple way to treat your dog this Halloween.
Skull & Crossbones Frozen Halloween Dog Treats
These treats are super cute and easy to make. And do you know what makes them even better? They only require three ingredients and some freezing time.
Halloween Dog Treat Recipe
These pumpkin flavored treats are a favorite of Laika’s, and they take less than 30 minutes to make. And as an added bonus they’ll make your kitchen smell delicious.
Apple, Cinnamon & Pumpkin Dog Treats
These treats are easy to make and smell amazing. If you’re looking to give your dog something extra special on Halloween you can’t go wrong with this recipe.
Apple Crunch Pupcakes
I love baking with apples (Laika loves them too), and this recipe is one of my favorites. These pupcakes are awesome; they’re easy to make, they taste delicious and they smell amazing.
Pumpkin FroYo Bites For Dogs
These frozen pumpkin dog treats are a favorite of mine because they only require three ingredients (plus a pumpkin shaped ice cube tray if you want to make them festive).
DIY Pumpkin Dog Treats
If you’re looking for a simple treat recipe to make for your dog for Halloween check out these three ingredient pumpkin dog treats.
Pumpkin Oat Dog Biscuits
My dog goes nuts for these pumpkin and oat dog treats, and I love them because they’re easy to make and only require three ingredients (flour, oats and pumpkin puree).
Pumpkin Spice Dog Treats
These gluten free pumpkin spice dog treats are super cute. If you’re looking to make your dog an extra special treat this Halloween you can’t go wrong with this recipe.
Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treats
These frozen dog treats are simple and cute. They’re made with two ingredients (plus a Halloween themed silicon mold) and take a couple of hours to freeze.
Frozen Blueberry Skull Dog Treats
These frozen treats are so simple to make — the only thing you need is some blueberries and plain yogurt (plus a Halloween themed mold if you want the skull shape).
DIY Skeleton Bones Dog Treats
If you’re looking for a fun and yummy way to give your dog something special this Halloween check out these super cute skeleton bone treats.
Want More Dog Treat Recipes?
If you’re looking for even more dog treat recipes be sure to check out the following:
- 25 Simple Dog Treat Recipes (made with 5 ingredients or less)
- 20 Frozen Dog Treat Recipes
- 15 Homemade Holiday Dog Treat Recipes
These would be perfect for a fall bake sale or fundraiser, or to give out to the four-legged trick-or-treaters who do like to get their costumes on on Oct. 31.
When making peanut butter treats – does the peanut butter HAVE to be ALL NATURAL??
Jen Gabbard says
Nope, you can use any kind of peanut butter as long as it doesn’t contain xylitol.
How about April fool dog treat recipes?
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