15 Simple Dog Treat Recipes: 5 Ingredients or Less

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Even if you cannot cook an incredible pie to impress your friends, you can still find a creature that will consider you the greatest of chefs. Guess who it is? That’s right! It’s your dog.

Below you will find 15 recipes of dog treats made of 5 ingredients or less, which your dog will definitely love!




1Peanut butter treats / Puppy Leaks


Since peanut butter is one of the products dogs love most of all, you can make this simple treat, and your dog will appreciate it. Mix 2 cups of flour, ½ cup of peanut butter and 2 eggs. Add some water to make good dough and bake it until done (it takes about 20 minutes).

2Chicken treats / Kol’s Notes


Many dogs love chicken, so you can give it to them as a reward. Mix diced chicken, ½ cup of rice (cook it beforehand), three tablespoons of rice flour, a little bit of parsley (say, 1 tablespoon), and one egg. Then put it into the oven and cook for half an hour or slightly less.

3Baby food treats / Dog-Milk


Though baby food is designed for babies, dogs like it too. Buy some baby food (for example, with berries or fruits) and mix it with 2 cups of whole wheat. Bake these biscuits for up to 25 minutes. It’s a very simple recipe.

4Homemade Dog Biscuits / Kitchen Confidante


If you want to make a treat which is more difficult to cook, try this recipe with five ingredients. Take beef broth, flaxseed, peanut butter, oats and whole wheat flour. Roll out the dough and make cookies. Bake them for 20 minutes in the oven.

5Apple dog treats / Irresistible Pets


Cut two apples into small cubes. Take an ice cube tray, fill each compartment with a piece of apple and pour plain yoghurt on it. Then freeze it for a couple of hours and give it to your dog. Even humans wouldn’t reject such an offer!

6Cheese treats / Sugar The Golden Retriever


Shred some cheese (two cups), add oil, water and 4 cups of flour and mix it. Using this dough, make biscuits and bake then in the oven. Most dogs love cheese, and so do their owners. If you don’t have special tools for making biscuits bone-shaped, use a glass to cut circles.

7Three Ingredient Vegan, Grain Free Dog Treats / Good Dogs & Co.


In case your dog suffers from grain allergies, try this grain-free recipe. Mix sweet potato, coconut oil, 2 cups of quinoa and cook it for 20 or 25 minutes. Quinoa is a good substitute for grains, and most dogs eat it. It’s a vegan treat that’s easy to make.

8Apple Carrot Dog Treats / My Baking Addiction


If you want to add more vegetables to your dog’s menu, try making the following treat: take a couple of carrots and grate them. You will get approximately one cup of grated carrots. Mix it with one egg, ½ cup of apple sauce and a cup or whole wheat flour. Bake the mixture for 30-40 minutes.

9Treats for diabetic dogs / All Recipes


If your dog is a diabetic one, give her the following treat: take ½ cup of whole wheat flour that is low in gluten, add two eggs. Cut ½ pounds of beef liver into small pieces and mix all the ingredients. Bake for 15 minutes.

10Peanut butter and milk treats / She Knows


Ingredients: 2 cups of whole wheat flour, 1 cup of skim milk, 1 cup of peanut butter, and one tablespoon of baking powder. Mix all the ingredients, roll out the dough, cut it to shape bones or circles and bake for 15-20 minutes.

11Carrot and pumpkin treats / Pawsitively Pets


Ingredients: ¾ cup of canned pumpkin, ¼ cup of shredded carrots, 1 cup of whole wheat flour, and one egg. Mix all the products to make dough and bake the treats for 30-35 minutes. Vegetables contain vitamins and minerals, so these treats are beneficial for your pet’s health.

12Soft salmon and sweet potato treats / Kol’s Notes


These treats are great for older dogs who cannot chew crunchy treats appropriately. Take 1 can of salmon, one sweet potato, 1/3 cup of coconut flour, two eggs. Grease your pan with some oil and bake the treats for an hour or 70 minutes.

13Frozen pumpkin treats / Spencer the Goldendoodle


It’s a good icy treat that your dog will appreciate especially if it’s hot. Mix one can of pumpkin puree, 1/3 cup of peanut butter, and 1 cup plain yoghurt. Make sure the yoghurt you use does not contain sweetening substances. Freeze the treats in an ice tray.

14Raspberry icy treats / Talent Hounds


This recipe reminds of the previous one, as in this case you’re supposed to use yoghurt, raspberries and watermelon. Cut the fruits into pieces (cubes), mix all the ingredients and freeze them until done. It’s also good for the summertime.

15Bacon treats / Daisy the French Bulldog


This treat implies using four ingredients. Take 1 can of pumpkin, some bacon (one strip will do), blueberries, and 1 cup of water. Mix all the ingredients and put them into an ice tray. Wait until frozen. The combination of berries, bacon and pumpkin tastes good (at least dogs love it).

SEE ALSO: 10 Human Foods Dogs Can Eat And 5 They Shouldn’t

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