Pumpkin Dog Treats Homemade

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Dog Treats Homemade Pumpkin

Pumpkin Dog Treats – How to Make Easy and Delicious Homemade Dog Treats

The story of pumpkin dog treats goes back many years. When people think of Halloween they often think of candy and cheap dog treats, but there are some very sweet treats you can make during the holidays that cost less and are just as tasty. Making small dog treats is a great way to save money and add a little bit of personal flair to your holiday table. When I was a child I remember my mom making pumpkin pie for us on Halloween. I still love that pumpkin pie recipe and every year I try to improve it by adding some new ingredients or cutting back on the amount of butter.

Many people will use pumpkin dog treats for small dog snacks throughout the holidays. You can use them to make small dog cookies, or even small dog treats for the entire family. The key to these treats is using lots of healthy, organic ingredients. For example, instead of using corn syrup, try mixing in real honey or molasses.

If you are looking for a simple, no mess homemade dog treat, consider cooking up a simple cookie mix.

You can find different cookie mix flavors online or make your own by combining equal parts flour, brown sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Mix the dry ingredients and then add in the wet and begin to roll out the mixture. Once you have finished rolling it, let it rest for about an hour and then cut it into little cookies. These cookies are not only yummy, but they are also healthier than traditional dog treats. Another nice thing about homemade dog treats recipes like this one is that you can adjust the cookie mixture for size and energy levels.

Another version of a pumpkin dog treat recipe is to use raisins and add a bit of food coloring to them. This will add a bit of color and sweetness to any dog’s treat. You can also use a combination of brown sugar with cinnamon and nutmeg and cook your own version of a caramel dog treat. To make this caramel, simply mix 2 teaspoons of brown sugar, two tablespoons of cinnamon, and one tablespoon of nutmeg. Cook this mixture over heat until the mix turns into caramel and wait about five minutes before removing it from the heat.

You can also choose to use dried fruits as one of your dog’s treats.

Try drying some almonds and dried pineapple. Both of these items can be added to any recipe you create for pumpkin dog treats. When combined they create a delicious snack that your dog will love and enjoy for a long time.

Your dog will also love a slice of pumpkin pie. There are several different recipes for pumpkin pie that you can find online. The easiest way to make a pumpkin pie is to use a pumpkin that is cut in half. You can also bake the pie in your oven and serve it with your favorite toppings.

Other items you can add to your pumpkin dog treats are small pieces of cheese and, if you have time, apple slices.

You can have a combination of both for your dog, or you can decide on a specific fruit for each day of the week. This will keep your dog interested in the snacks you are providing them. However, you do not have to have a great deal of fruit to create a tasty snack for your pet.

It is simple to create your own pumpkin dog treats if you are willing to put in a bit of time and effort. This will allow you to make a variety of treats that your dog will love and enjoy. If you are worried that you will not have enough time to complete all the treats you desire to give to your dog, it is also possible to use the same recipes repeatedly. Once you have mastered creating these treats, you can experiment with more difficult recipes that you may not have thought of using for your dog.


Julia Perez is a very enthusiastic dog expert, she started to work as a professional dog trainer in 2005 and start writing for a blog in 2016. Since she's managed a full-time blog, she gave up as a full-time Dog Trainer and ran her own personal dog rescue. As for right now she's studying and trying to become a Certified Dog Behaviorist

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