5 Min Pumpkin Oat Treats Recipe

Pumpkin Oat Treats Recipe
Pumpkin Oat Treats Recipe
5 Min Pumpkin Oat Treats Recipe

Pumpkin Oat Treats Recipe

Sometimes It Can Be Too Hot To Bake Treats For Dogs In The Summer Heat. What Can A Mom Do When Her Furbabies Only Like Homemade Treats.

Ingredients
  

  • 1/2 Tbsp. Natural Peanut Butter (Optional).
  • Additional Oats Are Available For Rolling
  • 2 1/2 Cup Oats
  • 1/4 Cup Water
  • 3/4 Cup Pumpkin Puree

Instructions
 

  • Combine Pumpkin Puree With Water In A Bowl
  • Add The Peanut Butter (Optional).
  • Mix 2 1/2 Cups Of Oats Into The Mixture And Stir It Well
  • Use Your Hands To Roll The Dough Into Balls
  • After You Have Rolled The Mixture Into Balls Spread Some Oats Onto A Plate And Then Roll Them In The Oats To Lightly Coat The Outside.
  • Refrigerate For At Least 24 Hours, Or Until The Product Is Firm.
  • Keep In An Airtight Container In Your Fridge

Can Dogs Eat Pumpkins?

Can Dogs Eat Pumpkins?
Can Dogs Eat Pumpkins?

Dogs can eat pumpkins. Pumpkin is low in calories, and you can give pumpkin to dogs with diarrhea and constipation. The pumpkin is high in Potassium and Vitamin C. Vitamin C, Carotenoids, and Antioxidant Beta Carotene.

The pumpkin also contains a lower amount of sodium, B-Complex vitamins, and calcium. You can use it as a fat substitute when making Dog Treats.

Can Dogs Eat Oats?

Can Dogs Eat Oats?
Can Dogs Eat Oats?

Yes, dogs can eat oatmeal. Oats are a good source of soluble fibre and protein, which are beneficial to the dog’s digestive system. Oats contain high levels of Iron, Magnesium and Zinc Vitamin B.

Oats also have Omega-6 Fatty Acids. This helps keep the dog’s skin and coat healthy.

Oats are rich in nutrients for both humans and dogs. Oats are a favourite breakfast for humans.

It can be good for your dog, too, if you give it the right amount.

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