Two-ingredient dog treats? Easy as one, two—that’s it.
Pick a healthy meat-and-veggies baby food flavor to appeal to dogs—you can get cool combos like organic chicken-apricot-veggie. Mix, roll, cut, bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Done.
Dice two apples, and remove the seeds and core. Throw in a high-powered blender with 1 cup plain nonfat Greek yogurt, pour into ice cubes, freeze and serve.
Three bananas, 3 cups oats! Peel the bananas and mash ’em up, toss in the oats and let them soak, then roll out onto a cookie sheet and bake at 225 degrees for 20 minutes. Flip, bake for another 20, then cut into bite-size pieces.
Puree your choice of meat (yum!) in a high-powered blender, then add in your choice of grain. Roll, cut, bake at 350.
We suggest shaping your pureed meat + grains with dog-themed cookie cutters like these.
Blend one ripe banana with 1/2 cup of unsalted, unsweetened peanut butter and a splash of water. Pour into a silicone mold, freeze, pop and enjoy! (We may sneak one or two for ourselves…)
Need some silicone mold inspiration? We’re big fans of this Mini Paw Silicone Mold for all kinds of doggy treats.
Black bean chips, for pups. Drain 1/2 black beans, then mash. Slowly mix in 1/2 cup almond flour, roll, then pop in the oven at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Flip, bake for 15 more, then cut into bite-size pieces.
Use up your leftover chicken with this one. Finely chop 1 1/2 cups cooked chicken, then mix with 1 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt. Drop spoonfuls onto a cookie sheet and flatten, then freeze and serve.
Can’t get enough? Experiment in your kitchen. Nonfat plain Greek yogurt is a good base to mix with fruit and freeze, as long as your dog isn’t sensitive to dairy. Organic baby food (for humans) is also a great ingredient in DIY dog food.