These Flower-Shaped Cranberry Cookies for Cats Are Perfect for Spring

By: Nicole JanigaUpdated:

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These Flower-Shaped Cranberry Cookies for Cats Are Perfect for Spring

This spring, flowers will be blooming in more than just your backyard garden. With this cat-friendly, flower-shaped cranberry cookie treat, they'll be "blooming" in your kitchen, too.

Requiring just four ingredients and silicone flower molds (along with a few other simple supplies), these cranberry cookies might just be too pretty to eat. (Ha! Not really.) So, don on your prettiest floral-print, pastel-hued apron, and let's get baking.

Cranberry Cookies for Cats

cat cookie recipe

6 treats, 12 servings

Serving size:
1/2 treat

Prep time:
25 minutes

Cook time:
60 minutes


3/4 cup dry cat food, finely ground (try American Journey Chicken Recipe Grain-Free Dry Cat Food)

12 oz. American Journey Pate Salmon Recipe Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

¼ cup plain Greek yogurt

1/2 cup unsweetened cranberry juice


Large mixing bowl

Small mixing bowl


Measuring cup

Silicone flower molds 

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1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2 In the large mixing bowl, combine the finely ground dry food with the wet food.

3 Gradually add unsweetened cranberry juice, and mix well.

4 Spoon and press the mixture into the silicone flower mold. (If you're using a deep mold, only fill each halfway.)

5 Bake for 60 minutes.

6Remove your homemade cat treats from oven and allow to cool.

8Decorate each cooled cookie with Greek yogurt.

9Serve to your purr-fect and playful kitty.

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Treat your kitty to these yummy cranberry-flavored cookies. They're sure to make spring their favorite time of year (and yours, too!).

Looking for more springtime fun with your pet? We've got you covered with our calendar of fun and healthy activities for you and your furry friend.

To ensure proper food safety, refrigerate leftovers in an airtight container within 1 hour of preparation and consume within 2 days. This recipe was designed for cats and 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 (10 percent). Feeding too many treats can lead to nutrient deficiencies. If your pet has health issues (including food allergies) or if you have any concerns, consult your pet’s veterinarian before offering this food item.


By: Nicole JanigaUpdated: