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Spooky Halloween Dog Treats Recipes You Can Try at Home

Oct 16,2023 | Petbobi

It’s the time of the year when ghosts, goblins, and ghoulish costumes and treats come out to play! Since Halloween comes at the fag end of fall, it is also a time when Pumpkin, spice, and everything nice are in full force. We have put together some tasty and quirky Halloween dog treats that you can try at home, but don’t blame us if you get addicted to home-making tasty treats for your pooch.



Pet-friendly Ingredients You Can Use for Homemade Halloween Dog Treats 

Making Halloween treats with your pets is one of the most fun activities to do with them; the only downside is that they’d be the ones to eat up the cookie dough, not you! While we may have listed out only a few recipes in this article, we are leaving you with a list of some dog-friendly ingredients, so you can mix and match and whip up your own Halloween recipes while making sure you don’t have to run to the vet after.


Pet-friendly Ingredients Safe to Use in Treats

-Fruits – Banana, blueberry, apple, strawberry


-Spices – Turmeric, Cinnamon, Oregano, Mint, Basil, Parsely

-Rolled oats

-Almond flour


-Peanut butter


-Sweet potato





Ingredients to Avoid at All Costs



-Star Anise




-Raisins and grapes



Easy No-bake Halloween Treats Recipe for Your Dog

1.Peanut Butter, Pumpkin Spook Balls



- ½ cup Peanut Butter

- 1 cup pumpkin puree

- 2 ½ cup quick oats

- Shredded coconut (optional)



- Combine all ingredients except the shredded coconut in a large bowl and mix well until well combined

- Once combined, take a small dollop of mixture in your hand and roll it into a bite sized ball

- Dip the balls into shredded coconut until well coated

- Refrigerate and serve after a couple of hours



2.Pumpkin Spice Puppuccino



- ¾ th cup unsweetened coconut/ oat/ goat/ almond milk

- ¼ teaspoon cinnamon powder

- 1 cup pumpkin puree



- Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until well combined

- Pour into small serving cups

- Optional: If your dog is not lactose intolerant, top the Puppuccino up with unsweetened whipped cream



Frozen Halloween Dog Treats Recipe

1.Day of the dead layered treats



- Unflavored and unsweetened Greek yogurt

- Coconut oil

- Cinnamon

- Pumpkin puree

- Banana

- Honey

- Day of the dead skull shaped silicon moulds



- Mix the yogurt and coconut oil in one bowl and add that to the mould as the first layer

- Allow it to freeze for an hour

- Mix cinnamon and pumpkin puree and add that as the second layer over the frozen yogurt and coconut oil in the mould

- Freeze it for an hour

- Whisk Banana and honey in a bowl

- Add the banana and honey mix as the third layer over the pumpkin and cinnamon in the mould

- Freeze it for a couple of hours


The Day of the dead layered treats are ready! Limit it to one at a time.



2.Skulls and Bones Bites



- 1 cup unflavored and unsweetened Greek yogurt

- 1-2 cups spinach leaves

- 1 table spoon Honey

- 1/3 cup blueberries

- Skull shaped silicon moulds

- Bone shaped silicon moulds



- Blend ½ cup yogurt and blueberries together

- Pour the mix into skull shaped moulds

- Blend spinach, honey and the remaining yogurt together

- Pour the mix into bone shaped moulds

- Freeze for a few hours

- Serve chilled


A scary looking knife shaped head gear on your dog would look scary good along with the treats!



Baked Halloween Dog Treats Recipe

1.Dapple Pupcake



- ¼ cup applesauce

- 2 cups water

- 1 cup chopped apples

- ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract

- 1 egg

- 4 tea spoon honey

- 4 cups oat flour

- 1 table spoon baking powder

- Coconut oil

- Muffin tins



- ¼ cup cornstarch

- ¼ cup Water

- 2 tea spoons honey



- Preheat oven to 350 degrees F

- Whisk water, applesauce, vanilla, egg and honey together in a large bowl

- Once the above ingredients are well whisked, add oat flour and baking powder to the mix and stir well. Make sure there are no lumps

- Add in the chopped apples

- Grease muffin tins with coconut oil

- Add in the mixture

- Bake for 35 minutes till the muffins look golden brown

- For the icing, combine cornstarch, water and honey to get a semi-runny consistency. Transfer it to an icing cone

- Once the muffins cool down, get creative with the icing. Idea – Spiderweb icing looks super Halloweeny!


So, there you are! Apart from being healthy, these treats are also budget-friendly as you can make them with ingredients that you might just find in your pantry on any given day.