Easy Homemade Pumpkin Peanut Butter Dog Treats Recipe
- Silicone Ice Tray Tray (I Am Obsessed With Our Silicone Tray With Paw Prints)
- 2 Teaspoons Cinnamon (Optional).
- 1 8Oz Can Organic Pureed Pumpkin Just Pumpkin, No Additives
- 1/4 Cup Coconut Oil
- 1/4 Cup All-natural Peanut Butter
- Coconut Oil Should Be Placed In A Saucepan On Medium Heat. Stir Until Liquified.
- Continue To Stir Peanut Butter, Cinnamon, Pumpkin, And Other Ingredients.
- Continue Stirring Until The Mixture Is Well Combined. It Should Be Thick Like Soup.
- Take Out Of Heat And Place In Silicone Ice Cube Mold Tray. Freeze Until Set. You May Find It Easier To Place Your Silicon Tray On A Cookie Sheets To Make Moving Into The Freezer More Convenient.
- Take The Molded Treats From The Tray Out And Give Them To Your Pet!
- Treats Can Be Kept In An Airtight Container For Up To Two Weeks In The Freezer Or Refrigerator.
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 Peanut Butter?
Peanut butter is okay for dogs. Peanut butter is an excellent treat for dogs if used in moderation. Peanut butter is high in Protein, Healthy Fats, Niacin, and Vitamin B. Too much peanut butter can lead to health problems such as pancreatitis.
Peanut Butter’s Healthy Fat content can cause your dog to gain weight, even though it is not meant.
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