6 recipes for tasty treats

6 tasty treat recipes for your dog

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We've all been there.

We absent-mindedly start reading the ingredients on the back of the treat packet and think, "I don't know what half of this means, but I bet it isn't good..."

Today we showcase 6 recipes for homemade dog treats that are not only tasty and fun to make, but you know exactly what's going into them.

Psst. Tell us which one is your dog's favourite in the comments!

1) Peanut butter & carrot biscuits

Tastemade Peanut Butter & Carrot recipe

Watch Nicola Millbank of Tastemade whip up these scrumptious cookies that your dog is going to love.


2) Gluten-free dog biscuits

Gluten free dog biscuits on a plate

If your dog has a sensitive tummy, then these treats could be perfect. The best part though is you can flavour them with your furry friend's favourite flavour (for Peanut, our Podenco, it would be chicken liver...)


3) Cheese biscuits (with sneaky PB)

Cheese dog biscuits

Image courtesy of The Midnight Baker

Hands up if your dog likes cheese... As we suspected - every hand is up! So why not bake that cheesy goodness right in with this simple recipe that will have your hound begging you for more.


4) Ginger Snaps are not just for Christmas

Ginger snaps for dogs

Ginger Snaps are traditionally a Christmas recipe, but your dog will thank you for making it an all-year-round treat. 


5) Frozen Apple doggy dessert

Photo of boxes of apples

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If your dog is anything like Peanut, our Podenco, they they'll love apples. This super-simple recipe doesn't even need cooking!


6) These are the dog's balls! (We mean Pumpkin balls...)

dog with pumpkins

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If you want to sneak more vitamins into your dog's diet, then this is the recipe for you!. Each pumpkin ball is packed full of vitamin A, potassium, iron and beta-carotene.


Which one will you try first? Let us know in the comments.

Al Elliott
 

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