Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe

This pumpkin dog treat recipe is a super yummy treat for your pooch and is loaded with Beta carotene and anti-oxidants especially Vitamin C and E. These vitamins help to lower cancer risk, cataracts and heart disease. The pumpkin also aids in digestion.

Ingredients:

2 eggs
1/2 cup canned pumpkin puree
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons dry milk
2 1/2 cups flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
water


Preparation:
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Blend eggs and pumpkin together; add salt, cinnamon, dry milk, and flour.
  3. Add vanilla, then add water as needed to make the dough somewhat workable.
  4. The dough should be dry and stiff, don't be concerned with crumbs being left in the bowl.
  5. You will need to mix this with your hands because it is too stiff for an electric mixer.
  6. Roll to 1/2-inch thick.Cut into shapes.
  7. Place 1" apart on ungreased cookie sheet.
  8. Bake for 20 minutes on one side, then turn over and bake another 20 minutes.


Max says... Gimme more!

17 comments:

Neva said...

He is a very cute fellow! Your blog is full of wonderful information. Thanks for the link!

serendipity said...

Max is so cute! Just dropping in to say hi

Lilo the Pibble said...

First of all, your dog is SO cute. I adore yorkies. They make great companions, too, don't they? =P

Second of all, I just wanted to say; I found your blog searching for pumpkin dog treat recipes and decided to try this one. After trying it, my dogs loved it so much I decided to come back and say thanks! Even my chihuahua; my toughest critic; loved the treats.

I also wanted to drop a note about Vitamin C; too much can be bad for a dog since unlike humans, a dogs body makes his own Vitamin C. =P

Your blog is wonderful. ^-^

Anonymous said...

Do these pumpkin dog treats need to be refrigerated after baking?

Ashley said...

They do not need to be refrigerated. Just be sure to keep them in an air-tight container so they don't absorb smells or flavors.

Anonymous said...

Humans (we) actually do make our own vitamin C. Just like dogs do. And too much vitamin C can be just as bad for us as it is for dogs.

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Anonymous said...

I made these for my Golden and he LOVES them. Now I bake them for anyone I know has a dog! Besides, they smell wonderful when they are baking-like the holidays

Christie (and her dog Tiffany) said...

I came across this while looking for pumpkin dog treats. This sounds really fun to make! And Max is soooooo adorable. Yorkies are awesome.

Anonymous said...

I should have greased the pan as they totally got stuck after the first 20 minutes and ripped the bottoms off. I remember a different pumpkin recipe that said to grease it so I will try that next time

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