6 Easy Christmas Dog Treat Recipes

Santa isn’t the only one who enjoys a plate of delicious cookies…

Just like us, dogs enjoy and look forward to special treats.

As you prepare your classic holiday treats be sure to include a couple for your furry pal.

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We have found 6 easy Christmas dog treat recipes that you can make with items you probably already have in your pantry.

These scrumptious treats will have your dog’s tail wagging and make great gifts for Fido’s friends.

So, grab your apron and festive cookie cutters and start baking!

Cranberry Apple Dog Treat

These dog treats combine some popular flavors of the holiday season into one delicious snack. Plus, they are super easy to make. Get the recipe by PetPlace here or watch the video below.

Pumpkin and Cranberry Balls

These sweet treats not only taste good but are good for your pup. Pumpkin (canned pumpkin not pumpkin pie filling) is a good source of fiber and cranberries are full of antioxidants. Give them a try! Get the recipe by Miss Molly Says here and don’t forget to share!

Homemade Cranberry & Pumpkin Dog Treats

Posted by Miss Molly Says on Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Christmas Bark Dog Treats

These treats are pleasing to the eye and irresistible (even to humans). Impress your dog with the flavors and your friends with the festive look of these Christmas Bark treats. Get the recipe by Sit Stay Love here.

Soft & Chewy Christmas Dog Cookies

This easy flour-less recipe makes a tasty holiday cookie that is perfect for senior dogs or ones who prefer a soft treat. Find the recipe by Proud Dog Mom here.

Gingerbread Dog Cookies

A classic cookie made just for dogs. Gingerbread cookies are a staple dessert in most homes during the holidays and taste delicious. Follow this simple recipe by Barkley Doodles to make a version your dog can enjoy.

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No-Bake Coconut Snowballs Treat

Yes, you read that correctly. This recipe is whipped together in a matter of minutes and no baking required. Pull out the food processor and make these delectable coconut treats by Sit Stay Love. Get the recipe here.

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While there is bound to be a lot of begging, limit the amount of treats you feed your dog. They are meant to be a bonus and not their meal. Short on time? No worries, these healthy treats can also be enjoyed by humans – but just be sure to share. Happy Howl-idays!

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