Pumpkin Dog Treats
with Peanut Butter

Pumpkin dog treats with peanut butter use canned pureed pumpkin, so you can enjoy these dog biscuits anytime of year.

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Canned pumpkin is readily available in the fall. If you plan on making these treats at other times during the year, stock up on a few cans and you'll always be ready to bake a batch. Or, if you have ample freezer space, buy a few sweet pumpkins in the fall, and after you puree them, freeze them for future dog treat recipes.


  • 2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 1/4 cup canned pumpkin (only use pure pumpkin puree, not the pie filling)
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter (smooth or crunchy, I used all natural smooth)
  • 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • water (I used 1/4 cup of water, you may need more or less)

Additional flour for rolling


  1. Preheat oven to 350° F
  2. Place all ingredients in a bowl.
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  4. Stir until thoroughly combined.
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  6. Add water as needed to combine the ingredients.
  7. Roll out dough to 1/4" thickness and cut with dog cookie cutters.
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  9. Place cookies on a greased cookie sheet.
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  11. Bake for 20 minutes (if you want a really hard cookie, bake for 5-10 minutes longer).
  12. Leave in the oven to cool overnight. Or, cool completely on a wire rack before serving.

Yield: The yield for these pumpkin dog treats with peanut butter will be different depending on what size cookie cutter you use. I was able to make 12 2" cookies, 15 1" cookies and using a 1" cookie dropper, I made another 20 rounded cookies with the remaining dough. I only baked the drop cookies for 10 minutes. They came out like a crispy muffin, like the blueberry dog treat recipe. I baked them soft because I like to break apart the cookie and serve a little at a time to my intended taste tester. You could easily bake them longer. But I would test how done they are after 10 minutes and then determine how much harder you'd like them.

Storage: These dog biscuits are more on the delicate side. Also, since they are not baked hard, they will not last as long. I would recommend less than one week in a dog treat jar, 3 weeks in the refrigerator and 2 months in the freezer.

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