Bone Shaped Pumpkin Dog Treats
Bone Shaped Pumpkin dog treats are perfect for puppies, dogs who love pumpkin and older dogs or dogs with dental issues. Homemade pumpkin dog treats with pumpkin are low fat, which is also good for dogs who aren’t as active.
Plus pumpkin has significant health benefits for dogs.
These 2 ingredient pumpkin bone shaped dog treats are like the Frozen Pumpkin Paw Print Dog Treats I made awhile back. I have yet to meet a dog (or human!) who doesn’t like pumpkin dog treats.
🐶 DIY PUMPKIN DOG TREATS
DIY pumpkin bone shaped dog treats, like our 30-minute peanut butter and pumpkin dog treats, are less expensive to make than store-bought treats. Plus, I feel better knowing exactly what I’m feeding my dogs, by knowing what is in them.
Dog pumpkin dog treats are very easy to make (or should be), and this recipe is very easy.
You just mix, roll out, and cut cute dog bones. You won't believe how easy they are to make.
🐾 SOFT PUMPKIN DOG TREATS
Despite being soft, this dough isn't sticky. It is easy to work with, and quite forgiving as well. Which is helpful, because let’s be honest – we want to make these treats and we want them not to be a huge hassle!
After baking, these soft pumpkin treats will puff up a bit and remain soft. The pumpkin helps to make them moist and just a touch sweet.
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📖 HOW TO MAKE PUMPKIN DOG TREATS
To make this recipe, you'll need a few tools. You probably already have everything you need. Just in case you don’t, this is what you’ll need:
🦴 HOW TO STORE HOMEMADE DOG TREATS
During the cooler, less humid months, you can store these treats on the counter in a cute treat jar for a week or so.
For climates that are warm and humid, you might keep them on the counter for only a few days before storing in the refrigerator.
You can also freeze them and take them out a few at a time, which is what I do most of the time.
📋 HOMEMADE PUMPKIN DOG TREATS
Also, these pumpkin dog treats make great homemade gifts. To give away to my friends and neighbors who have dogs, I like to make small dog treat bags.
It would be nice to get homemade dog biscuits if you see the same neighbors walking their dogs in the neighborhood or at the dog park.
It's also a nice thing to do for someone (which we could all use more of). In addition, their dogs would love it.
🥣 HOW TO MAKE BONE SHAPED PUMPKIN DOG TREATS RECIPE
These super easy dog treats only use 2-ingredients!
Whole Wheat Flour - Whole wheat flour is one of the better flours for making homemade dog treats.
Pumpkin Puree - when choosing pumpkin for dog treats, doggie pumpkin pie or a pumpkin cake, always choose 100% Pure Pumpkin Puree.
📖 DIRECTIONS FOR PUMPKIN DOG TREATS
Complete Recipe and Directions are in the Recipe Card below.
Preheat the oven to 350° degrees Fahrenheit and line your baking sheet with the parchment paper.
Sprinkle some flour on a hard surface and roll out your dough ball to between ¼ and ½ inch thick.
Use your cute doggie cookie cutters and cut out the shapes. I used the bone shapped cookie cutters, but you can use whichever ones you like. They have so many cute paw prints and other doggie cookie cutters.
Bake for 25 minutes and let cool completely.
👩🏻🍳 Printable Bone Shaped Pumpkin Dog Treats
- 1 ¼ cup whole wheat flour
- 1 cup 100% pumpkin puree
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Lay a sheet of parchment paper on a flat work surface.
- In a large bowl, combine flour and pumpkin puree, and stir and/or mix with your hands until you have a solid dough.
- Sprinkle a bit of flour on the parchment paper on your work surface, then roll out the dough until it’s about ¼ - ½ inch thick.
- Use the bone cutter to cut shapes into the dough, and place them onto the parchment lined baking sheet.
- Repeat steps 5 and 6 until you have run out of dough.
- Bake for 25 minutes. Turn the oven off, and allow the treats to finish baking as the oven is cooling down, with the oven door closed.
- Once the oven has cooled down, remove the treats from the oven.
- Store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 49Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 11gFiber: 2gSugar: 1gProtein: 2g
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