If you have a fur baby at home, you’re going to want to bookmark this easy apple pumpkin dog biscuits recipe! Actually, let me ask you a question first. Do you have a dog who’s not just a pet, but a member of the family? If you’re raising your hand over there I bet that means you wouldn’t be opposed to whipping up some tasty puppy treats for your fur baby right? You can bet this dog mom is willing to do anything to make her new pup happy! You see this whole dog ownership thing is new to me and I couldn’t be having any more fun! We recently welcomed Scottie Grace, the cutest little Goldendoodle you’ll ever see, to our family. And it’s safe to say that we all fell in love with her pretty much instantly! How could you not? I mean look at that face!
Now as any new parent does I’ve been scouring the internet doing tons of research on the best pet food, go-to gear, training tips and even printable dog charts (like the one my friend Krystal came up with) etc. And what I’ve noticed is that a lot of dog owners seem to give their pups pumpkin. So, I thought why not make a fall ready treat for my baby girl that has pumpkin in it? And that’s where this easy apple pumpkin dog biscuits recipes comes into play!
Apple Pumpkin Dog Biscuits
– 2 cups of flour
– 1 teaspoon of baking powder
– 2 apples, chopped and finely diced
– 1/2 cup of pumpkin puree
– 1 egg
– 1/2 cup of water
– Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
– In a large bowl, combine all of the ingredients together until they are thoroughly mixed and the mixture is dough- like.
– On a large surface, roll the dough out flat and use a dog bone cookie cutter to cut out your dog bone shapes.
– Place the dog bones on a greased baking sheet.
– Bake for 30 minutes.
– Remove from oven and let completely cool.
Well, there you have it. I can’t wait to hear how your furry friends like this apple pumpkin dog biscuits recipe. And for more tasty pumpkin treats, check out our pumpkin cupcakes….These cupcakes are for people, just to be clear. Bwah!
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