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Make Your Own Dog Treats At Home With These 5 Recipes

Want to make your own tasty and healthy dog treats at home? Give these 5 super simple recipes a try!


Cheesy Dog Treats


560g flour

230g grated cheese

2 tbsp of coconut oil

300ml water



  • Mix the flour and cheese together 
  • Then gradually stir in the oil and water (the mixture should be stiff so adjust as needed)
  • Roll out & cut with a bone-shaped cutter
  • Bake in the oven at 120°C for 2.5-3 hours or until fully dry
  • Allow to cool

Sweet Potato Doggy Fries


1 sweet potato

1 tbsp coconut oil

Tumeric (did you know turmeric is great for dog’s joints!)




  • Peel the sweet potato and cut into french fry shapes
  • Coat with the oil and the spices
  • Place on a baking tray
  • Bake at 220°C for 15 mins
  • Flip the fries over & bake for another 10-15 minutes
  • Allow to cool


Frozen Watermelon Treat Bites


1 quarter of a watermelon (seeds removed)



  • Chop the watermelon into cubes
  • Mix in blender until smooth
  • Pour liquid into 2 ice cube trays
  • Freeze for approximately 3 hours

Easy Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits


1 really ripe large banana

175g natural peanut butter (no added nasties!)

210g rolled oats



  • Blitz the rolled oats in a blender to create a flour consistency
  • Mix together the banana and peanut butter
  • Add the oats to create a thick and sticky but firm mixture (add more peanut butter if it’s too dry or crumbly)
  • Roll out and cut with a bone-shaped cutter
  • Bake at 180°C for 15 minutes or until lightly browned 
  • Allow to cool


Fishy Dog Treats


1 can of tuna in water

1 can of salmon or 400g fresh salmon

4 eggs (beaten)

160g flour



  • Mix the tuna and salmon in a bowl
  • Add in the beaten eggs and flour
  • Stir well to combine
  • Spread evenly on baking paper
  • Bake in the oven at 180°C for 40 minutes
  • Allow to cool and cut into bite-sized pieces


Remember to feed dog treats in moderation and remove any ingredients from the recipe if you think your dog may be allergic.