This will be my first Valentine's Day with TWO boys to love on! If you follow along on social media (@meganfunky), you definitely already know that Joe and I got a Golden Retriever puppy last weekend! He's a cute little guy named Franklin. With Valentine's Day coming up & my love for creativity in the kitchen, if you think I'm not going to spoil my new puppy, Frankie, you're just crazy. Below I'm sharing the easy, dog treats recipe that you can make anytime, but especially for your fur-Valentine. Can't wait to see how Franklin likes these!
Franklin will be 9 weeks old on Valentine's Day, so he'll probably just get a little bite since he might still have a sensitive stomach, but I am so excited to make him a treat special for him (and freeze the rest to use in the future!) They will stay good for 2 months in the freezer with frosting, or 8 months in the freezer without frosting.
Let me know what your dog thinks of these yummy treats!
PS: if you want some other Valentine's Day diy projects to make little gifts for your friends, check out my DIY Lush Lip Scrub, Tassel Garland, or Pom Pom Garland post... or Valentine's ombre bath salts.
*Save this pin ^ on Pinterest if you want to make it later. You can use this easy dog treat recipe for any occasion (decorated in any shape or color!)
2/3 cup of coconut flour (you can substitute 2.5 cup of wheat flour or 2/3 cup of tapioca starch, but coconut flour is good for sensitive tummies!)
1/2 cup of canned or pureed pumpkin (to puree it yourself, just boil it for 10 minutes then put in a food processor -- super easy.)
2 tbsp peanut butter
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
*Optional* food coloring -- I used RED!
1/2 cup plain greek yogurt
1/2 cup coconut flour (or tapioca starch)
2-3 teaspoons of coconut milk
Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 45 minutes
Ready in just over an hour!
Preheat oven to 350 F or 175 C
Mix together the flour, pumpkin, eggs, peanut butter, salt and cinnamon (all the treat ingredients) in a food processor or with a whisk
Add water as needed to mix, but the dough consistency should be dry and relatively thick