There’s no pumpkin spiced latte on this list.
And that’s because these delicious recipes are specially designed for your dog. After all, why shouldn’t he enjoy the fall season, too!
The recipes are easy to make and best of all, they include pumpkin! If you haven’t made treats using this ingredient before, you should know it’s one of the healthiest things you can add to your dog’s diet. As a bonus, it’s also easy to find during any time of the year since it’s canned.
One thing to watch out for is to make sure you purchase canned pumpkin or pure pumpkin puree instead of pumpkin pie filling. Unlike the former, filling includes added ingredients like sugar and spices that your dog doesn’t need. Trust us, he’ll enjoy these healthy snacks without!
Here are some great pumpkin dog recipes your pup can fall into this season.
Pumpkin and Peanut Butter Treats
This one has great reviews—4.5/5 stars with over 1,000 reviews. They’re simple to make with ingredients you probably already have in your house (minus the canned pumpkin).
Get the full recipe on AllRecipes.com.
Pumpkin Puppy Muffins
Don’t you want to make these just based on the cute name? These tiny muffins involve some extra ingredients such as quick oats and Greek yogurt. The perfect fall breakfast for a canine!
Get the full recipe on HomemadeDogTreatsNow.com.
Easiest 3-Ingredient Pumpkin Treats
Do you have oats, pumpkin puree and peanut butter? Then you’re ready to go! This simple recipe only involves 3 ingredients and are quick to put together, too. Your dog won’t be able to wait until it comes out of the oven!
Get the full recipe on ItDoesntTasteLikeChicken.com.
Banana Pumpkin Dog Treats
Banana, pumpkin and honey—these are dog treats to die for! To make them even cuter, you can use Halloween cookie cutters. Just delish!
Get the full recipe on SweetPaulMag.com.
Pumpkin Chicken Dog Food Casserole
Has your pup been a good boy lately? A great way to reward him would be to make him this delicious dog food casserole. It’s so good you may even find yourself taking a spoonful or two! It involves healthy veggies and protein from chicken breasts. For added flavor and a fall-feel, there’s also a can of pumpkin puree mixed in.
Get the full recipe on PetGuide.com.
Peanut Butter Pumpkin Balls
Does Buddy need just a little snack? Try feeding him one of these healthy pumpkin balls. With 5 common ingredients, they couldn’t be easier to make! And if you hate baking, don’t worry! They don’t even require an oven.
Get the full recipe on PeanutButterAndPeppers.com.