Today, Khloe Rose and her friends bake up some pumpkin oatmeal dog treats. They’re fun to make and dog-approved! If you enjoy this video, please like and subscribe.
Pumpkin Oatmeal Dog Treats
3 cups rolled oats
1 cup flour
1 can pumpkin (15 oz)
1 tbsp olive oil
1 can cooked chicken (12.5 oz) or 1½ cooked leftover chicken
Preheat oven to 350℉.
Mix together rolled oats and flour. Add eggs, pumpkin and olive oil. Blend until well incorporated.
Break or shred chicken into small pieces and add to the dog treat mixture. Blend well, using hands if necessary.
Coat three silicone Three Little Pigs mold with cooking spray and place on a baking sheet. Fill each mold with the dog treat mixture, pressing firmly into the mold.
Bake for 18 – 20 minutes or until dry and cook through.
Yield: 36 dog treats
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6 Replies to “Pumpkin Oatmeal Dog Treats”
Thanks for the recipe. Homemade dog treats!
Lucy and Scarlet, they come!
Give Lucy and Scarlet a pat on the head from me (and a doggy treat!). These were a BIG hit for the dogs in our house!
As someone who makes homemade pet treats as it is, this is a nice little recipe to have around! I’m well aware of the health benefits for the dog, not to mention it’s something they won’t turn their noses against.
People, going homemade, or at least with ingredients that have as little to do with big pharma chemicals as possible is not only the best route to go for your dog, but for yourself as well!
Interestingly enough, even though this recipe is meant for dogs, sometimes I have to tell hubby to stop eating it because I didn’t make it for him!
I like to eat (and feed my dogs) foods made from fresh, whole ingredients as well. The dogs loved, loved, loved these treats and begged for more!
As for your husband, I know a number of people who enjoy the occasional dog treat. I, myself, tried some peanut butter dog biscuits that were pretty darned good!
Aww, these girls are so cute. And I have been spending a lot in treats for my dogs. So, I will try making some biscuits for my dog. It seems to be very simple and fun. And it will be way cheaper than buying them at the shop. I have most of the ingredients already. I think the only one I am missing are eggs.
Thank you for your kind comments! These treats were a big hit with the girls’ dogs and I hope your dogs enjoy them as well!