(2023 Christmas Dog Treats At Home!)

(2023 Christmas Dog Treats At Home!)

2023 Christmas Dog Treats At Home– Look no further if you’re searching for a way to celebrate Christmas with your dog this year! The holidays may be enjoyed with your dog by making these Christmas dog treats. These dog treats, which are made with our pumpkin powder especially created for dogs, are guaranteed to get you and your dog in the Christmas mood.

Use a cookie cutter in the shape of a Christmas tree, gingerbread man, or candy cane to make these holiday dog treats even more festive. Make sure all of the items you use in baking are suitable for dogs. Use whole wheat flour instead of standard all-purpose flour. All-purpose flour doesn’t necessarily harm your pet, but it lacks the nutritional benefits of whole wheat flour.

2023 Christmas Dog Treats at home

Check the ingredient list of the peanut butter you intend to use to be sure it is suitable for this recipe for dog treats. Use just peanut butter without any sweeteners added. Always verify the ingredients in your peanut butter since xylitol is particularly hazardous to pets. On Amazon, you can also get a tonne of peanut butters designed expressly for dogs.

Fortunately, our pumpkin powder is made particularly for dogs when it comes to pumpkin. This eliminates the need for you to bother about looking for dog-safe canned pumpkin in the grocery store. Our pumpkin powder provides several nutritional advantages in addition to being safe for dogs. For dogs, it is a fantastic source of fibre. You may keep it on hand for future dog biscuit making as it is shelf stable for up to 2 years.

Make sure to enjoy yourself while you’re baking now that you’re aware of all the extra precautions that go along with picking ingredients for homemade dog treats! Give your dog a taste test as you create the Christmas cookies so they can participate in the enjoyment.

These Christmas dog cookies are wonderful to give to your dog as a tasty reward for excellent behaviour or even to include in their holiday meal on Christmas or Christmas Eve! If you have more treats than you can handle, they may even make a wonderful stocking stuffer or present for another dog lover! Choose a pretty bag to hold the cookies, then tie a ribbon over it. A wonderful holiday gift for someone who values their dog as much as you do! While your dog is “helping” you bake, it can be a perfect time to take some festive photographs of your dog. or simply aid with your taste testing!

2023 Christmas Dog Treats at home

You may begin preparing the frosting after the cookies are placed in the oven! The frosting only contains peanut butter and coconut oil, keeping it safe and nutritious for your dog. Once more, confirm that the peanut butter you’re using is dog-safe. Don’t allow your dog consume excessive amounts of coconut oil while they’re “helping” you bake; it’s safe for them in moderation. Enjoy yourself when decorating and be creative!

For your dearest animal buddy, we hope you enjoy preparing these Christmas delights! Merry Christmas!

2023 Christmas Dog Treats:


  • include 4 tbsp of Native Pet’s pumpkin powder combined with 1/2 cup of water, 2 eggs, and
  • 2 and a half cups of whole wheat flour.
  • 2 eggs
  • 4 tbsp of Native Pet’s pumpkin powder combined with 1/2 cup of water
  • 2 tablespoons of dog-friendly peanut butter,
  • a parchment-lined baking sheet,
  • holiday cookie cutters,
  • and a mixer.


  1. Set the oven to 350°F.
  2. Incorporate eggs, pumpkin puree, and peanut butter in a bowl and stir to combine. Whole wheat flour should be added gradually until the dough turns sticky and stiff.
  3. Lightly dust a surface with flour, then set the ball of dough there. Finally, dust the dough.
  4. Roll out the dough to a thickness of around 1/2 inch. Cut out holiday-themed shapes with a cookie cutter.
  5. Bake for 30 minutes, until the food is firm. Let them cool.

Icing guidelines:

  1. Melt 1 tbsp of coconut oil with 1/4 cup of peanut butter in a pot. As you whisk, incorporate the ingredients.
  2. Drizzle the frosting over the top of your baked cookies using a whisk.

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