Halloween Boo Berry Bones DIY Dog Treat Recipe

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Halloween Boo Berry Bones DIY Dog Treat Recipe

Follow this step-by-step easy DIY dog treat recipe for a ghostly frozen homemade dog biscuit that is sure to give your pup a hauntingly special treat. With a season perfect for spooking, don’t let dog treat ingredients be the ones scaring you! High in healthy fats and protein from peanut butter, and fiber from pumpkin, this DIY dog treat recipe is made of all human-grade ingredients and no scary stuff. Perfect for a pup on a limited ingredient diet, this frozen homemade dog biscuit recipe tastes even better than trick-or-treating candy!




  • Silicone baking pan
  • Measuring cup
  • Mixing bowl
  • Fork
  • Can opener
  • Rubber spatula
  • Wax paper

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Freezing time: 300 minutes

Total time: 315 minutes

Yield: 18 DIY dog treats



1. Mix pumpkin and peanut butter in the mixing bowl.


2. Fold in the blueberries.

3. Press the homemade dog biscuit mixture into each bone mold in the baking pan.

4. Freeze for 3 hours.


5. Mix The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk with warm water in a measuring cup or small mixing bowl.

6. Press from the bottom of the baking pan to get the frozen homemade dog biscuits out of the pan, and dip each bone into The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk mixture before placing on wax paper.

7. Freeze for 2 hours.


With perfect fall colors from the pumpkin and peanut butter ingredients, and packed with antioxidants from blueberries, this easy dog treat recipe is scary good! These wholesome ingredients are good enough for you to eat, so you know this frozen dog biscuit recipe will have all the neighborhood dogs howling that your house has the best treats in town!

This recipe was reviewed by a veterinarian. It is intended as a treat or snack. Treats should only constitute a small percentage of your pet’s daily food. If your pet has any health issues, or if you have any concerns, consult your pet’s veterinarian before offering this food item.

By: Chewy Editorial


By: Chewy EditorialUpdated: