16 DIY Dog Treats That Look Good Enough To Eat

Treat your furry friend to a treat that will look so good you’ll want to make one for yourself. These DIY dog treats are an easy way to spoil your pup.

Is your dog spoiled? If they are anything like mine, they are worth every minute and every penny! They deserve every single treat in this list.

A collection of homemade dog treat recipes

DIY Dog Treats

Dog-moms and dads are the best! It’s so fun to spoil our fur babies. And what better way to treat them than to make them something fresh from the kitchen?

In fact, some of the DIY dog treats on this list are so scrumptious-looking that you’ll be tempted to sneak a taste.

They are all filled with healthy ingredients. Your dog won’t even know they are eating something that is good for them. They will just think you love them! Which you do. So very much!

Homemade peanut butter dog treat recipe

Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Finally, try these 5-ingredient dog treats for your puppy. They come out crispy. Use a bone cookie-cutter to make them look like traditional dog treats.

Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Cranberry, Lentil, and Oats

The first treat is perfect for the winter holidays like Christmas. Cranberry is a fruit that most people eat around Thanksgiving time. But you can serve these year-round.

Cranberry, Lentil and Oats Dog Treats

Grain-Free Treats

If your dog can’t have grains or you are trying to keep that out of their diets, then this recipe is for you. There are only 5 ingredients. What gives it the crunch of a biscuit is the rice flour. No grains!

Grain Free Dog Treats

Sweet Potato Treats

Sweet potatoes are really high in vitamin A. These treats are a fantastic source of vitamins and nutrients. There are only 4 ingredients and just take about 30 minutes to bake.

Sweet Potato Dog Treats

Dog Donuts

Does your dog beg for your donuts whenever you bring them home? Save these donuts for them so they can have their own! They even have bacon bits sprinkled on the top for a little extra flavor.

Dog Donuts

Peanut Butter Biscuits

Peanut butter is a popular ingredient in DIY dog treats because it’s a wonderful source of protein. And dogs need protein to keep their muscles strong. This recipe comes with tips for how to make the biscuits better for older dogs.

Peanut Butter Dog Biscuits

Homemade Pizza Treats

This is one of the treats on the list that looks like something you’d fix for yourself. They look like little mini pizzas in the shape of bones. They are made with flour, cornmeal, sundried tomatoes, and even some parmesan cheese!

Homemade Pizza Dog Treats

Sweet Potato Dog Chews

Sweet potatoes are another popular ingredient in dog treats. Their vitamins and minerals are important for dogs of all ages. These treats are actually chewy. So if your dog likes chewing on leather and things like that, then give them these treats.

Sweet Potato Dog Chews

Peanut Butter and Bacon Treats

Wait…peanut butter and bacon? Your dog will love them! You can literally see the bacon pieces on the dog treats.

Peanut Butter and Bacon Dog Treats

Coconut Oil and Blueberry Treats

These dog treats are actually frozen. They are like popsicles for your pup! So make a big batch and keep them in the freezer for hot dogs.

Frozen Coconut Oil and Blueberry Dog Treats

Peanut Butter Pupcakes

A pupcake is literally a cupcake topped with a dog treat. It’s a fun dessert that you can give your furry friend on their birthday.

Peanut Butter Pupcakes

No-Bake Pumpkin Oat Dog Treats

The best kind of DIY treats is the one you don’t have to bake. The pumpkin flavor fits best in the fall, but you can serve these bad boys all year long. Since you don’t bake them they have a very soft texture. These are great for dogs that have trouble chewing.

No Bake Pumpkin Oat Dog Treats

Flourless Turkey and Sweet Potato Treats

This is another recipe that doesn’t use any flour. The main ingredients are sweet potatoes, oatmeal, ground turkey, and eggs. The ground turkey is a wonderful source of lean protein.

Flourless Turkey and Sweet Potato Dog Treats

Peanut Butter Cheerio Treats

Another recipe that uses peanut butter, these treats only bake for about 10 minutes. They are so easy to make that you can make a huge batch and store them all week long.

Peanut Butter Cheerio Dog Treats

Cheesy Tomato Basil Dog Treats

If you want something that is bit more savory, then make these tomato basil treats. They only bake for about 10 minutes and come out super crispy.

Cheesy Tomato Basil Dog Treats

DIY Cheesy Cheddar Dog Treats

If you are trying to watch your dog’s weight, then go for lean proteins, like cheese. These come out looking like store bought biscuits but have fewer calories and fillers.

DIY Cheesy Cheddar Dog Treats

More Pet Ideas

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Here are some more doggy ideas that will make life with your best friend even more fun!

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Have your pup stylin’ in these adorable DOG OUTFITS! Too cute!

Lots of fun to be had with these cute DOG TOYS! 

Homemade peanut butter dog treat recipe

Peanut Butter Dog Treats

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Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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