Pot roast is the ultimate comfort food. Get your dog in on this yummy dinnertime favorite with this easy dog treat recipe for homemade dog biscuits. Simply combine the ingredients and bake—this dog biscuit recipe really is that easy. Made with high-quality freeze-dried meat bits, whole fruits and vegetables, and coconut oil that you’d use in your own food, this DIY dog treat recipe gives your pup the savory, slow-cooked pot roast taste without the wait! Coconut oil is great for supporting a dog’s skin and coat while giving him a tasty reward. Try out this dog cookie recipe and treat your four-legged family member to a special grain-free and preservative-free biscuit that is baked to perfection.
• 1 cup Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Grain-Free Pork Freeze-Dried Dog Food
• ½ cup Bravo! Homestyle Complete Pork Dinner Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Dog Food
• 1 scoop The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk for Dogs & Cats
• 1/3 cup warm water
• 1 tablespoon coconut oil
• Hugs Pet Products Silicone Baking Pan
• Measuring cup
• Measuring spoon
• Mixing bowl
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Baking time: 35 minutes
Total time: 45 minutes
Yield: 15 DIY dog treats
1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
2. Mix Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Pork Dog Food with Bravo! Homestyle Complete Pork Dinner, The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom, warm water and coconut oil in a mixing bowl.
3. Press the homemade dog biscuit mixture into each paw print of the baking pan.
Pro-tip: Place the chunks from the Bravo! Homestyle Complete Pork Dinner in the pad of the paw, and spread the remaining mixture around it through the rest of the print.
4. Bake for 35 minutes.
5. Once cooled, press from bottom of baking pan to get each homemade dog biscuit out of the form.
Celebrate dinnertime with this DIY dog treat recipe that’s sure to become a favorite. Whether you make this easy dog treat recipe as a special treat, or add it to a monthly homemade dog biscuit rotation, this dog cookie recipe is sure to get two paws up and 10/10 tail wags!
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.