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Easy DIY Dog Treats No-Bake Recipes

As a dog mom, I’ve always wanted to try DIY dog treats for my pup, Lennon.

Since I don’t have any baking experience, I tried looking for no-bake dog treats recipes online.

diy dog treats

I found tons of recipes, and while I haven’t tried them all, I’ll share some of my (and Lennon’s) favourites in this blog post.

Trust me, making homemade treats can be a fantastic experience for you and your Fluffy Friend.

Let’s get right to it!

Our 5 Favourite No-Bake DIY Dog Treats


As we’ve always said in our previous blogs—all dogs are different.

This means that your pup may have food sensitivities that you need to take into account.

Also, an older dog may have a different diet than their younger counterparts.

Consider your dog's dietary restrictions and consult your vet if you have concerns about the ingredients.

Also, make sure that their water bowls are filled with clean water in case they choke or need to drink.

1. No-Bake Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats

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Why We Love This Recipe:

We adore the no-bake pumpkin peanut butter dog treats because they're super easy to make!

The combo of pumpkin and peanut butter makes them a tasty delight for your furry friend, and the instant oats are a great source of protein.

Plus, pumpkin treats help lower high blood pressure.

This recipe is filled with healthy ingredients that won’t ruin your dog’s diet.


  • ¼ cup natural peanut butter (should be salt and Xylitol-free)
  • 1 cup pumpkin puree
  • ¼ cup milk or plain Greek yoghurt
  • 3 cups old-fashioned oats or rolled oats


  • Mixer/Food processor
  • Scoop/Spoon
  • Parchment paper
  • Airtight container


  1. Using a mixer or food processor, blend peanut butter, pumpkin, and yoghurt (or milk) until well mixed.
  2. Stir in 2 ½ cups of oats slowly into the mixing bowl.
  3. Form the dough into balls using the scoop or spoon.
  4. Roll the dough balls in ½ cup of oats.
  5. Place the small balls on a parchment paper and chill for about an hour.
  6. Once the no-bake treats are firm, store them in an airtight container.

You can also substitute pumpkin with sweet potatoes.

Related: How Can Indoor Cats Get Fleas?

2. Coconut and Blueberry Bites

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Why We Love This Recipe:

We love how healthy for our pups this snack is!

The coconut oil provides healthy fats, contributing to a shiny coat and promoting overall well-being.

Blueberries, rich in antioxidants, offer a natural sweetness and support canine immune health.


  • ½ cup coconut oil (melted)
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup shredded coconut


  • Blender
  • Scoop/Spoon
  • Silicone molds


  1. Blend blueberries into a puree.
  2. Mix melted coconut oil, blueberry puree, and shredded coconut.
  3. Spoon into silicone molds and refrigerate until solid.

3. Carrot and Cheese Pupsicles

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Why We Love This Recipe:

Did you know this recipe offers a perfect blend of health and indulgence?

The crispy texture of grated carrots provides dental benefits.

On the other hand, the creamy yoghurt and cheese create a cooling sensation—perfect for those sunny days!


  • 1 cup grated carrots
  • ½ cup plain yoghurt (no added sugar)
  • ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese


  • Scoop/Spoon
  • Ice cube tray


  1. Mix grated carrots, yoghurt, and shredded cheese.
  2. Spoon into ice cube trays and freeze.

Pair this treat with our cooling mat to ensure your pet stays cool during the summer!

Related: Dog Feeding 101: Choose the Right Food for Your Dog

4. Oat and Apple No-Bake Cookies

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Why We Love This Recipe:

The Oat and Apple No-Bake Cookies recipe combines simple ingredients into a delicious treat!

The mix of oats and applesauce creates a tasty treat that's easy to make and gentle on our Fluffy Friends' stomachs.

The natural sweetness of the applesauce means there’s no added sugar, making it a healthier choice.


  • 1 cup rolled oats
  • ½ cup unsweetened applesauce
  • ¼ cup honey


  • Scoop/Spoon
  • Parchment paper
  • Large bowl


  1. Mix rolled oats, applesauce, and honey in a large bowl.
  2. Spoon onto parchment paper and refrigerate until set.

5. Pumpkin and Cinnamon Biscuits

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Why We Love This Recipe:

Another easy treat to make is the Pumpkin and Cinnamon Biscuits.

The natural sweetness of pumpkin, combined with cinnamon, creates a tasty and aromatic treat.

The use of oat flour is a great way to make this treat healthier.

Reminder: Cinnamon and oat flour should be given in small quantities.


  • ½ cup canned pumpkin puree
  • 1 cup oat flour
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon


  • Rolling pin
  • Scoop/Spoon
  • Cookie cutter


  1. Combine pumpkin, oat flour, and cinnamon.
  2. Roll the mixture out and cut into desired shapes.

Related: Can Your Dog Get Allergies?

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There you have it, our favourite easy no-bake tasty treats, especially for your canine companion.

These treats offer a delightful combination of flavours and health benefits without an oven.

The beauty of these healthy dog treats lies in how easy they are to prepare and the joy they bring to our best friends.

By using natural, dog-friendly ingredients, we can ensure that our canine companions receive the best treats!

Happy treating!



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  • why particularize for dogs?. sound good for their two-legged friends and family
    MrFluffyFriend™ replied:
    I totally agree with you there Shariya! I prefer my snacks a little on the sweet side though… :D

    sharlya gold
  • Hi, did you post all the steps to the final recipe, Pumpkin and Cinnamon Biscuits? I have 2 steps – Instructions:
    1. Combine pumpkin, oat flour, and cinnamon.
    2. Roll the mixture out and cut into desired shapes.

    & that’s it. Do I refrigerate? Do I bake? If I bake, how long & at what?
    MrFluffyFriend™ replied:
    Hi Kathy,

    You don’t need to refrigerate… or bake. Still, if your pup prefers hard treats, you can refrigerate until firm. :)


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