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Pumpkin Dog Treats
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Pumpkin Dog Treats

Pumpkin Dog Treats, the perfect homemade dog bone treat that your dog will love. Simple ingredients and easy to make!
Prep Time10 mins
Cook Time30 mins
Total Time40 mins
Course: dog, pets
Cuisine: American
Search Result: biscuits, bones, cookies, dog
Servings: 36 cookies



  • Preheat the oven to 350 and prep a baking sheet (you made need two depending on the size of your cookies) for nonstick. I like to use a silicon baking mat or parchment paper.
    parchment lined cookie sheet
  • In a mixing bowl, use a fork or a whisk to mix together the flour and the cinnamon.
    whole wheat flour
  • Next, in a large mixing bowl, blend together the peanut butter, eggs and pumpkin puree. For the next step, we will add the dry ingredients from the first bowl to the mixing bowl. Do this by adding half of the dry ingredients at a time, stirring between additions.
    combining ingredients
  • Transfer the dough to a flat surface that has been lightly floured in order to roll out the dough to cut it into shapes. If you are not going to use a cookie cutter or anything to shape your dog treats, feel free to to skip this and simply place the cookies on to the prepared baking sheets. If the dough is simply too dry or hard to work with (which can happen especially with the flour that we are using) simply add water as needed (a teaspoon at a time) until you reach that desired consistency.
    dog bone homemade treat
  • Bake these dog cookie treats until the become hard and begin to brown (35-40 minutes). Transfer them to a cooling rack and allow to cool before serving.
    Pumpkin Dog Treats

Recipe Notes

I mentioned that pumpkins are a good source for fiber which can be good to promote regularity. However, too much is not always a good thing.
This recipe calls for a half cup in total which, depending on the size of your biscuits, may be just a half teaspoon or so per serving.
Also mentioned was that you can make your own homemade unsweetened peanut butter using this recipe.
For dog biscuit icing, check out my basic recipe for icing for dog treats. I also have a four ingredient icing for dog cookies recipe.
You can find cookie cutters for dog treat here (bones, paws, etc).
*Please check the nutritional labels to assure that you are sticking to your diet restrictions for any substitutions used.
- see post for alternatives
Please see recipe post for further details on this recipe.
Nutritional Information is only an estimate and can vary especially with ingredients that are used.
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Calories: 37kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 9mg | Sodium: 7mg | Potassium: 34mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 13IU | Calcium: 5mg | Iron: 1mg
Please note: Nutritional data has been calculated using a tool that comes with this recipe card and not by me. This means that Nutritional Information is only an estimate and can vary especially with ingredients that you use. The accuracy of this tool may differ from other tools as expected. Also note that there is no instructional value to the video that may be attached to this recipe. It is only there for visual pleasure. For more information about the images in this recipe, please refer the the recipe instructions. Thank you!

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