3 Fun Halloween Dog Treat Recipes

I don’t always make Halloween pet treats but when I do, it’s because we didn’t go to any Halloween costume parties but still want to have a little holiday fun.

Since my Dog Mom friends are more creative than I am, I borrowed these Halloween dog treat recipes from them.

I hope you enjoy them too.

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Halloween Themed Dog Treats Your Pup Will Love

1) Peanut Butter & Pumpkin Spice Dog Treats – from Kol’s Notes

If I was going to bake something, I would bake these Halloween dog cookies and cover them with the peanut butter and carob icing (recipe for that also listed in this recipe).

If you can’t get the Fruitables Pumpkin & Ginger Digestive Supplement listed in the recipe, you can substitute with pureed, unsweetened canned pumpkin.

Candy Corn frozen dog treats

2) Candy Corn Frozen Dog Treats – from Beagles and Bargains

I am partial to frozen dog treats because they are so easy.

I was never a fan of candy corn myself but I think these are super cute!

And I’ve always got bananas sitting around that I didn’t get to fast enough for my liking (I like them on the green side).

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3) Pumpkin Spice Puppuccinos – from Lola the Pitty

OMG…these look so good I want to eat them myself!

These pup-friendly drinks can be made in just 5 min with 5 ingredients that you already have on hand. So easy AND nutritious!

I am not sure I am brave enough to sweet talk a Starbuck’s Barista out of sample cups but I feel like these wouldn’t be the same without that special touch.

If you wanted to turn it into a peanut butter puppuccino, you can replace part of the pureed pumpkin with peanut butter instead.

Just beware this might make the consistency a bit thicker.

Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for Halloween dog treat recipes, hopefully my suggestions inspire you to make some.

The frozen candy corn dog treat is the easiest one to make but I think the pumpkin spice puppuccino is the most fun, especially if you can get your paws on those little sample cups from Starbucks.

However you celebrate Halloween with your dog, I hope you have fun!

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About the Author

Hi, I’m Jessica. I’ve been studying the Dachshund breed since 2007, owned 3 of my own, and shared in the lives of thousands of others through their owner’s stories. When I’m not sharing what I know on this blog, you can find me hiking, camping, and traveling with my adventurous wiener dogs.

4 Comments

  1. I always make dog biscuits around Christmas, but am going to try the Pumpkin recipe. I know our dogs will love it!

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