October 7, 2021
It may not be chilly enough to wear a sweater, but as the fall months roll around, we can always turn to the tried-and-true flavors of fall. Did you know most of the quintessential tastes of the season are dog friendly, too! Take a peek at these fun recipes to let your pup in on all the fun.
Keep in mind these are not to be used as meal-replacements and only as an addition to your dog’s regular diet.
Combine all ingredients and place into a standard cupcake/muffin tin. Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 25 minutes. Let cool and frost with peanut butter.
Combine all ingredients and roll on a lightly floured surface. Cut out desired shapes of treats, just make sure they are roughly the same size and bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 30 minutes.
Combine all ingredients and place into two mini muffin tins* bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 20 minutes.
*If you only have a standard size muffin/cupcake tin, that will work, just adjust the cooking time by adding an additional 5-7 minutes and only give your pup ½ of a muffin at a time!
Combine all ingredients, pour into a food-safe silicone mold and freeze for 4+ hours.
These are interesting ways to keep your dog engaged with their food and serve to break up the routine of dry kibble day in and day out. They’re sure to appreciate you and enjoy these sweet additions to their day.