Homemade Dog Treats – Baked Zucchini Dog Biscuits

Homemade Dog Treats – Baked Zucchini Dog Biscuits



Homemade Dog Treats - Baked Zucchini Dog Biscuits 1

Happy weekend! With everyone snowed in and temperatures below zero around the country I thought we would share a way to warm your house and home and in the process make a special and healthy treat for your dog. Baked Zucchini Dog Biscuits anyone?

Your dog will go crazy for these homemade dog treats! These baked biscuits are slightly crunchy on the outside and are soft and chewy on the inside. If you’re trying to introduce more vegetables into your pet’s diet, these treats are a great way to add zucchini when a dog wouldn’t otherwise be interested in eating it. Your dog will thank you for making these yummy dog treats!

The batter used in this recipe can be very sticky, so grease your pan, work surface, and hands before handling it.

 

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Homemade Dog Treats - Baked Zucchini Dog Biscuits
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Cuisine: Dog Treats
Recipe type: Dog Treats
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Ingredients
  • 2 cups flour
  • 2 cups oats
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 cup grated zucchini (about 1 medium-sized zucchini)
  • 1 tablespoon molasses
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 350°F.
  2. In a mixing bowl, combine the zucchini, water, and molasses. Combine the flour and oats in a separate bowl.
  3. Mix the dry mixture into the wet mixture, stirring to thoroughly combine.
  4. Grease a baking pan, your work surface, and hands. Spread the batter out onto the work surface to about an inch thickness.
  5. Use a cookie cutter to cut shapes from the batter, then transfer to the baking sheet using a spatula. Use a straw to create small holes in the biscuits if desired, as seen in the photo.
  6. Bake the biscuits at 350°F for 35-45 minutes, or until the begin to brown.
  7. Remove the biscuits from the oven and allow them to fully cool before serving to your pet.

 
The zucchini fruit is low in calories approximately 15 calories per about 3 and a half ounces of fresh zucchini. Zucchini also contains folate, potassium, and vitamin which means it is a great addition to your dogs diet.
Homemade Dog Treats - Baked Zucchini Dog Biscuits
 

Davinia and Indiana love Zucchini even when it isn’t in a cookie but we are positive your dog will love these homemade dog treats even if they have never had Zucchini before.


 

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Comments

  1. I would like to make these for my pooches. What kind of oats? whole oats or?

  2. interesting idea,xx Rachel
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  3. I’ve never added zucchini to dog treats but that might have to change this summer!!
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  4. I’m going to try many of these dog treats (blueberry peanut butter first!) … do they need to be refrigerated or how long can they be stored or frozen? Thanks.

  5. These sound excellent! Mom loves zucchini so it’s always around the house, but she’s never made me treats with it before. That will definitely be changing!
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  6. Looks good! Love, Logan, Brodie & Moira – Collie Tails
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  7. Those look very tasty! 🙂 I’ve been wanting to add more veggie treats into Nailah’s diet and these look like they’d be a perfect addition!
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  8. These sound and look fantastic!
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  9. These look great! I recently started making homemade treats and the dogs are happier and healthier 🙂
    One question- do these get stored in the fridge or on the counter? Thank you!!

  10. Very fun!

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  11. Oh wow! What lucky dogs you have! I am going to have to try this recipe so my dogs are not jealous 😉

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  12. Hi, Felissa & Two Little Cavaliers! We came across this great recipe on Pinterest and would love to feature it in an upcoming Drool Dog Recipe post on our Healthy Dog Blog.
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    Please email us if interested. Thank you!

  13. Thanks for sharing! Here are another new recipe for me to make homemade dog treats for my loved “Kyle”. What’s importantly, I also know that zucchini fruit is low in calories and I’m not afraid to add it to Kyle’s diet. I can’t wait to having a try this afternoon.

  14. Fabulous recipe. We have so much zucchini coming out right now that I didnt know what to do with it all.

    I added some carrot to one batch and the dogs just LOVE IT.
    I actually add less flour and put them in the freezer to make them crunchy. Makes a nice dog popsicle for the summer time 😀

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  18. I added 1/2 flax seed. Made the dough less sticky and added another nutritional ingredient.

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