“No Stress” Dog Treat Recipes for Christmas2 min read
“No Stress” Christmas Dog Treat Recipes
We love this special dog treat recipe book!
1. Christmas Eggnog Recipe for Dogs
We love when the holidays come around because we can indulge in a holiday classic – Christmas eggnog. This eggnog recipe only needs four ingredients: Greek yogurt, an egg, water, and a few ounces of baby food. We recommend a sweet potato baby food to recreate the flavor of eggnog, but any flavor will be suitable.
After gathering the ingredients, blend them in a blender until frothy. It is important to blend the mix until it is frothy to ensure that the egg doesn’t upset your dog’s stomach. Afterwards, serve the tasty dog drink in a bowl of your choice. You can sprinkle a bit of cinnamon on top if you’d like to too! Now you and your dog can enjoy a tasty sip of eggnog by the fire together.
Give your dog a delicious Christmas treat this holiday!
2. “No Bake” Christmas Dog Popsicle Treats
We love this “no bake” approach to Christmas dog treats especially for those living in warm climates during the winter. These Christmas popsicles require yogurt and a special treat that your dog will appreciate. The first idea combines yogurt and bacon – yum! The second “no bake” dog treat combines yogurt and applesauce. Add any other vegetables or fruits your dog might like to spice up this treat. This dog treat is perfect to try in the summer too – let us know how these popsicle pockets work for you!
3. “Pumpkin Butter” Dog Treats
Pumpkin is a classic treat in the fall. These pumpkin butter dog treats combine incredibly healthy pumpkin puree with peanut butter, milk, and oatmeal to create a delicious Christmas dog treat cookie. Blend the ingredients together, saving a bit of oatmeal to roll your pumpkin butter balls later. Refrigerate your pumpkin butter balls for an hour and watch your dog enjoy this scrumptious treat!
4. Sweet Potato Christmas Cookie Dog Treat Recipe
These sweet potato Christmas cookies require a bit more effort, but are so worth it. Your dog will be fighting you over the cookies after baking too. Puree two cups of sweet potato cubes and combine it with a few tablespoons of peanut butter and an egg. In a separate bowl, combine flour, oats, and cinnamon. After blending the contents of both bowls cut them into cute Christmas shapes. If you don’t have Christmas cookie cutters, try rolling the dough and flattening it into a circle. Bake at 350 for half an hour and enjoy!
Don’t have the time? Try buying a tasty dog treat this Christmas instead.