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Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipes – 10 Of The Best

Author Happy Doggo
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Apr 1 ·

These homemade dog biscuit recipes are the ideal way to make something that your pup is going to absolutely devour. You’ll feel way more fulfilled than just by buying regular treats in the store and they are packed full of delicious wholesome ingredients.

The recipes come from some of the world best food bloggers. These are people who usually develop recipes for us humans but on this occasion focus on our four legged friends. Make sure to bookmark their blogs and follow their entire selection of recipes.

These are the ideal recipes to get the kids involved in the kitchen as well. Real family fun. So grab the ingredients and get yourself into the kitchen to cook these delicious homemade dog biscuit recipes…

Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipes

1. Gluten Free Blueberry Dog Biscuits

You and your precious pet will love these gluten free blueberry dog biscuits. Your dog will go crazy for these tasty, crunchy treats. And you will feel good about spoiling them with a homemade treat that is healthy and made gluten free with brown rice flour and coconut flour. Recipe created by Deb.

2. Sweet Potato and Oatmeal Dog Treats

These crisp and healthy sweet potato and oatmeal dog treats couldn’t be any easier to make and your dog is going to instantly fall in love with them. Recipe created by Pam.

3. Watermelon Pupsicles (Frozen Dog Treats)

These easy homemade dog treats are made with only three ingredients – yogurt, watermelon, and honey. Easy, healthy, grain free, frozen, and refreshing – perfect for your fur baby during summer. Recipe created by Amy.

4. No Bake Dog Treats

Praise your furry friend with homemade 4-ingredient no bake dog treats that are not only delicious, but add shine to their fur, build muscles and increase brain power. These dog treats are made with peanut butter, coconut oil, turmeric and cinnamon for pups of all sizes and ages!

Recipe created by Danielle.

5. Peanut Butter Treats

These pumpkin dog treats are mega simple. They’re made with whole wheat flour, though you’re certainly welcome to use all purpose. Whole wheat flour just tends to carry a bit more nutritional value. Pump up the health value of those treats!

Recipe created by Lynn.

6. Bacon Dog Treats

These Meaty Bits Bacon Dog Treats will have your pups jumping for joy or sit in a very still position after dinner like a well mannered dog waiting for their rewards.

Recipe created by Trang.

7. Cinnamon Swirl Pup Treats

The ingredients list can also be reduced drastically by using shop bought pastry instead of making it yourself – honestly the dogs won’t even notice!!

Recipe created by Sam and Phil.

8. Fun Dog Treats

Want to throw together a special something for your pup but don’t have much time? This recipe is so simple and easy! All you need are some dog biscuits, pure pumpkin, and small treats or cheerios to top them off.

Recipe created by IBT Girls.

Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipes

9. Homemade Beef Jerky

If there is one thing that dogs love it is meat. This wonderful recipe will let you make something that you can store in the pantry for ages and feed your pup on a regular basis.

Recipe created by Jen.

Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipes

10. Chicken Sweet Potato Dog Biscuits

If you love your fur babies as much as I do, you’ll love making them these super special Chicken and Sweet Potato Dog Biscuits.

Recipe created by Paige.

Homemade Dog Biscuit Recipes

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