15 Delicious Dog Treats You Can Make at Home

Including a birthday cake for your pup!

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Courtesy of Damn Delicious & One Dish Kitchen

When a dog comes into your home, it's like you've added another member to your family. You want to spoil, nurture, feed, train, and love them as much as you can. But nourishing your canines can become expensive, which is where DIY dog treats come in handy.

Rather than relying on store-bought snacks, consider taking a few minutes to whip up your own. A batch of any of these DIY dog treats come from healthy ingredients already found in your pantry, allowing you to save you money for that special toy Fido's been eyeing. You'll be surprised how much they love these tasty treats.

diy homemade dog treats - peanut butter dog treats recipe
Courtesy of Damn Delicious
Peanut Butter Dog Treats

The best part about these treats is that you can cut them into any shape you want, so they make perfect pet gifts. And with a mix of peanut butter and pumpkin puree, your home will smell oh so sweet.

Get the recipe at Damn Delicious.

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diy homemade dog treats - dog birthday cake recipe
Courtesy of A Subtle Revelry
Dog Birthday Cake with Candles

Who says dogs can celebrate their birthdays with a snack? Now they can have their cake and eat it, too.

Get the recipe at A Subtle Revelry.

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diy homemade dog treats - carrot apple dog biscuts recipe
Courtesy of Reluctant Entertainer
Carrot-Apple Dog Biscuits

While making these simple biscuits, make sure you core your apples carefully. The seeds in the center of the fruit are considered poisonous to pups. Other than that, they'll gobble them up ASAP.

Get the recipe at Reluctant Entertainer.

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diy homemade dog treats peanut butter chicken dog treats recipe
Courtesy of One Dish Kitchen
Peanut Butter and Chicken Dog Treats

The chicken broth in this homemade recipe helps make these treats stand out among traditional peanut butter biscuits. Your pup will adore the pop of flavor, so seal the lid on your jar tight!

Get the recipe at One Dish Kitchen.

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diy homemade dog treats sweet potato dog treats recipe
Courtesy of The Little Epicurean
Sweet Potato Dog Treats

If you have a little one at home and have some leftover baby food, these small bites are the perfect way to treat your dog. About two small containers makes up to four dozen treats, so it's an amazing way to save money.

Get the recipe at The Little Epicurean.

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diy homemade dog treats recipes
Courtesy of NellieBellie
Calming Dog Treats

Hyper dog stressing you out at home? Help them mellow out with these all-natural homemade biscuits. Filled with lavender and chamomile, your canine will go from running laps around the kitchen to laying on your lap in no time.

Get the recipe at NellieBellie.

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diy homemade dog treats oat and cookie dog treat recipe
Courtesy of The Cookie Rookie
Oat and Apple Pretzels

Gluten-free oat flour and rolled oats are the keys to this savory snack. Be sure to let them cool down before your canine buddy bites in — and, just a reminder, these snacks are for dogs only (even though they look so yummy).

Get the recipe at The Cookie Rookie.

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diy homemade dog treats flea repellant dog treat recipe
Courtesy of Health Starts in the Kitchen
Homemade Flea-Prevention Dog Treats

Keep your canine flea-free (without the use of toxic collars and shampoos) by feeding him these amazing treats made of coconut oil, a natural pest repellant.

Get the recipe at Health Starts in the Kitchen.

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diy homemade dog treat peanut butter and coconut oil dog treat recipe
Courtesy of Moments With Mandi
Frozen Peanut Butter & Coconut Oil Treat

It doesn't get much easier than this three-ingredient, no-bake dessert. All you need is a silicone mold, coconut oil, peanut butter and a banana to make this sweet, healthy treat for your pup!

Get the recipe at Moments with Mandi.

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diy homemade dog treat - peanut butter and applesauce dog treat recipe
Courtesy of The Everyday Dog Mom
Peanut Butter and Applesauce Cookies

These cookies smell so good, even you'll be tempted to take a bite. And uyou most likely already have all the ingredients you need in your pantry to make these treats!

Get the recipe at The Everyday Dog Mom.

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diy homemade dog treats - pumpkin dog treat recipe
Courtesy of Today's Creative Life
Bone Yard Pumpkin Treats

All it takes is a little pumpkin, dog treats, and plain yogurt to make the ultimate "good dog" reward. A little goes a long way, too, in this recipe.

Get the recipe at Today's Creative Life.

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diy homemade dog treats - frozen apple dog treat recipe
Courtesy of Irresistible Pets
Frozen Apple Dog Treats

On the hottest of summer days, instead of feeding Fido ice cubs or jumping in the pool, try giving him a sweet, frozen treat to cool down. He'll love the crisp taste of apples and you'll enjoy the healthy benefits he gets from it! These pseudo-pops are simply made of water, apples, and Greek yogurt — that's it!

Get the recipe at Irresistible Pets.

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diy homemade dog treat - carrot oat and applesauce treat recipe
Courtesy of Baking Mischief
Carrot, Oat, and Applesauce Treats

You might think of carrots, oats, and applesauce as breakfast ingredients for humans, but they make for one tasty snack for dogs. You can shape these into any way you like, and they only take 10 minutes to make before popping them into the oven, too!

Get the recipe at Baking Mischief.

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diy homemade dog treat -homemade  frosty paws recipe
Courtesy of Home Is Where the Boat Is
Frozen Dog Treat

Is your pup obsessed with Frosty Paws? Try making your own, healthier version at home! But when crafting in the kitchen, be sure your yogurt base contains no artificial sweeteners, which can be harmful to dogs.

Get the recipe at Home Is Where the Boat Is.

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diy homemade dog treat -pumpkin dog treat recipe
Courtesy of Health Starts in the Kitchen
Pumpkin Treats

Not only are these treats perfect when the leaves start to change, but Health Starts in the Kitchen also recommends these bones as a way to help your dog's itchy skin! With natural ingredients such as salmon oil, pumpkin, and kefir inside, your pup will be feeling better in no time.

Get the recipe at Health Starts in the Kitchen.

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