10 Homemade Frozen Dog Treats With Pumpkin

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These two ingredient frozen pumpkin dog treats are easy to make. Keep some on hand in your freezer as special treats for your special pup!

This simple recipe for Frozen Pumpkin Yogurt Dog Treats is are a great option for homemade treats for your dog!

Why these recipes are the best:

  • Easy – This 2 ingredient dog treats recipe is SO easy! You only need two simple ingredients you can find in any local grocery store. And there are only three very basic steps.
  • Healthy – Making these tasty treats for your dog is great because you know exactly what is going into them. This healthy treat recipe calls for two wholesome ingredients with lots of vitamins and minerals.
  • Frozen and convenient – Because these are frozen, these cold treats are especially make for great treats on warm days. But they’re also super convenient because you store them in your freezer and just feed one or two treats at a time to your dog as needed.

These two ingredient frozen pumpkin dog treats are easy to make. Keep some on hand in your freezer as special treats for your special pup!

Made with just a few ingredients, these tasty frozen pumpkin peanut butter dog treats will keep your pup cool in the summer.

Side Note: Make sure the peanut butter you use doesn’t have Xylitol in it. It’s a sweetener used in many foods, including peanut butter, and is safe for humans but potentially deadly for dogs. If ingested, it can cause seizures, liver failure, and death, warned one animal hospital, which called xylitol “extremely toxic” to dogs.

Made with 100% pure pumpkin, these frozen pumpkin paw dog treats are a great option because we consider pumpkin a superfood for dogs.

Because these treats are frozen, they are a great option on hot days or just a daily treat.

As a pet owner, it’s only natural for you to want to give your furry friend the best, most delightful treats. And what’s better than an easy to make homemade and easy-to-make snack for your furry friend? 

Introducing frozen applesauce and pumpkin dog treats – a tasty treat that is perfect for a hot summer day.

These homemade frozen dog treats can be made with just two simple ingredients and are quick to make.

So, if you’re looking to shower your four-legged friend with love, give these frozen homemade treats a try.

Looking for an easy dog treat recipe? These 2-ingredient frozen dog treats will make both owners and pets happy!

Fall is upon us and nothing says fall quite like pumpkins, am I right? If you’re me, you eat pumpkin all year long and people look at you like you’re half-insane. Maybe I am – who knows.

But one thing I know for sure is that dogs go bananas for pumpkin just like I do, so pumpkin dog treats are a no-brainer. And the real added benefit is that its good for them 

So today I’m sharing a super easy 2-ingredient recipe for pumpkin and yogurt dog treats that are perfect for pups to cool down in the summer or all year long if you live in a warm climate! Homemade dog treats are one of my favorite ways to save money.

These Homemade Apple Pumpkin Dog Treats are now a new favorite of Bentley’s treats that Kylie has made at home. We know what exactly is in them instead of wondering about store-bought treats.

Before giving your dog any new foods, you can consult a vet to ensure they are safe for your dog and its breed. 

As well as being a healthy dog snack, these are tasty human treats. According to the American Kennel Club’s list of Safe Fruits and Vegetables, pumpkin has health benefits for the digestive system and their skin and coat.

With just three ingredients, these are so simple to whip up and freeze in no time. As mentioned in this post, while yogurt is good for dogs, greek yogurt in particular can be much easier for them to digest, as some dogs may be lactose intolerant. You also always want to stick with plain varieties as flavored yogurts tend to have added sugars or xylitol, which is toxic to dogs.

Canned pumpkin is also great for dogs diets. It’s high in fiber and vitamins which aid in their digestive health. Just be sure to be giving them plain canned pumpkin and not the pumpkin pie varietal as again, it could contain added sugars or xylitol.

To be safe, before giving your pet any new foods, consult your vet and always read your labels!

Looking for a nice and simple dog treat recipe to try? These pumpkin & peanut butter dog treats are one of my favorites because they’re easy to prepare and quick to bake. And since my dog loves anything with pumpkin or peanut butter these always get a big seal of approval from her.


For these pumpkin and peanut butter dog treats you just three ingredients: flour, pumpkin and peanut butter.

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 cup canned pumpkin
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter

I use Libby’s 100% canned pumpkin and Crazy Richard’s natural peanut butter. I used the chunky variety of peanut butter because it was what I had on hand, but if you want a more polished look stick with a creamy variety.

Today our sweet, sassy, adorable girl turns two! To celebrate our fur baby’s birthday, you bet your buns I baked her some special dog treats, seasonally appropriate of course. Pumpkin-Carrot Dog Treats were a big hit not only with Ginger but with her BFF Matilda too.

This is a pretty straightforward recipe. To begin, combine 1/2 cup pumpkin puree1/2 cup grated carrot, and 1 egg. Then slowly pour in 1/4 cup melted coconut oil and stir to combine.

Treat man’s best friend to these drool-worthy homemade Pumpkin Oatmeal Dog Treats! They’re made with five wholesome, natural food ingredients -each of which plays a role in a nutritious, well-balanced doggie diet.

Why You’ll Love This Recipe

  • There are only five ingredients with no additives or preservatives you may already have on hand.
  • They’re made with oatmeal and brown rice, so they’re a great alternative to store-bought treats for dogs with an intolerance to wheat.
  • You can make these treats with a can of pumpkin or make your own pureed pumpkin.
  • Great gift for the pet parents in your life. These treats are dog-approved and guaranteed to get those tails wagging.

Storing & Freezing

Storing: Keep homemade pumpkin dog biscuits in a shallow airtight glass container or zip-top bag in the fridge for up to a week.

Freezing: Feel free to double or triple the recipe and keep a batch or two in the freezer for 2-3 months—no need to thaw before serving (unless your dog has a preference!).

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