Halloween Recipe Roundup
If we have to choose between tricks or treats, we’ll take treats, please—like these dog-friendly Halloween treats!
Your dog puts up with a lot during the Halloween Holidays. The constant ringing of doorbells. Lots of strangers at the door. And don’t even get us started on all those silly costumes you dress him up in. Your pupper deserves a bag full of treats—for a couple of tricks, naturally. If you’re in the Halloween spirit and want to make some homemade goodness for your four-legged goblin, we’ve rounded up the best in spook-tacular dog treat recipes.
Who says that you can’t bake up a taste of Halloween all year long? These treats are great for sensitive tummies—they’re grain free, plus they come packed with pumpkin and ginger, both of which are great for settling stomachs.
Because your dog was a good sport and let you dress him up… he deserves a slice of this Halloween-inspired loaf. Your pooch will keep away from the bowl of candy as long as he’s busy nomming away on this tasty meal.
Sugar and spice and everything nice… that’s what these treats are made of. When not-so-scary pooches come knocking at your door on October 31, spoil them by dropping a Pumpkin Oatmeal Spice dog treat into their sack.
Is your dog too cool for Halloween? Then these are the treats he’ll do tricks for. Made with plenty of pumpkin, the perfect mix of autumn spices and The Honest Kitchen’s Pumpkin Spice Latte powder, these treats capture the essence of fall.
What better treat to give a dog on Halloween than bacon! Complete with pumpkin puree, peanut butter, and The Honest Kitchen’s Limited Ingredient Duck Recipe, these treats are the perfect treat for a scary furry ghoul.
Trick or treat! Smell my feet, give me something good to eat… like this Pumpkin and Banana Dog Treat. We think that these nom noms are perfect for Halloween parties or good ghouls… we mean dogs! That’s because they are chock full of pumpkin puree, banana and chia seeds.
When you want to send a chill down your dog’s spice, don’t scare him—just give your pupper one of these Candy Corn Frozen pops! It made look tricky to make, but all you need is yogurt, pureed pumpkin, and banana. This dog-friendly version is full of yum and contains no sugar—like the candy version.
Since your dog can’t eat all those mini Halloween chocolate bars your kids collected, this is the next best thing. Carob is a safe alternative for dogs, and it gives these treats a sweet kick your pooch won’t be able to resist. This one will definitely be a holiday favorite.