Halloween Dog Treat Recipe: This Witch’s Potion Punch Is a Slurp-Worthy Treat

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halloween dog treat recipe: witch's potion punch
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Halloween Dog Treat Recipe: This Witch’s Potion Punch Is a Slurp-Worthy Treat

Made with fresh, good-for-pups foods, like bananas and peas and cucumbers, this five-ingredient recipe is a tasty Halloween dog treat your dog (and their costume-wearing crew!) will happily slurp up. Here's how to make a green-hued dog-friendly punch that all the canine guests at your Halloween party this year will love.

As with any human food, pet parents looking to incorporate new foods in their dog’s diet should consult with their veterinarian beforehand.

Witch's Potion Punch

Yield:
About 3 cups

Serving size:
1 cup

Prep time:
10 minutes

Total time:
10 minutes

Ingredients

1/2 cup low-sodium chicken broth

1/2 cup frozen banana, sliced

1/2 of a fresh cucumber (about 3/4 cup), washed well and roughly chopped, but not peeled

1/2 cup frozen peas, thawed

2 tablespoons all-natural creamy peanut butter*
*Make sure your peanut butter does not contain xylitol, which is toxic to dogs.

Supplies

Blender

Measuring cup

Measuring spoon

Optional: A cauldron-like bowl for serving

Instructions

1Add all ingredients to blender.

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2Cover with lid and blend until you have a smoothie consistency.

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3Pour out about 1 cup’s worth for your pup into a bowl and serve.

You can store the rest in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 3 days. To really set the magical mood, pour into food-safe, cauldron-like bowl to serve.
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How Much to Serve Your Dog

As you would with any other treat, serve your pooch a small amount. Treats should only constitute a small percentage of your pet’s daily dog food. We’re talking no more than 10 percent of your pet’s diet (and if your pet is overweight, even less than that).

For example, if your pet needs 600 calories per day, they should have no more than 60 calories from treats. Feeding too many treats can lead to nutrient deficiencies.

Our Favorite Store-bought Halloween Dog Treats

Blue Buffalo Boo Bars Pumpkin & Cinnamon Crunchy Dog Treats
$4.48

Temporarily out of stock

Zuke's Mini Naturals Pumpkins Turkey & Pumpkin Recipe Dog Treats
$4.76
Milk-Bone Maro Snacks Halloween Dog Treats
$6.99

Temporarily out of stock

The Lazy Dog Cookie Co. Spooktacular Snacks Honeyed Apple & Cinnamon Dog Treats
$3.91
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Have a safe and fun Halloween! Here are more ways to make this Halloween a memorable one for you and your pets this year.
This recipe was reviewed by a veterinarian. It is intended as a treat or snack. Treats should only constitute a small percentage of your dog’s daily food. Feeding too many treats can lead to nutrient deficiencies. If your pet has health issues (including sensitivities to fats) or if you have any concerns, consult your pet’s veterinarian before offering these food items.

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