If everyone else gets to have the "treats" part of the Trick or Treat, shouldn't your dog get to have it, too? While your pup can't have the same candy you give out to the neighborhood kids, they should get to have their own treats! Here are some yummy and simple treats that you can make especially for your pup on Halloween.
Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Treats
Stay seasonal with some pumpkin flavoring and make a delicious treat for your pup (and maybe even you, too). Pumpkin is one of the fruits that is good for your pup and tastes yummy. The peanut butter part will have them licking their lips! Plus, you can cut them into spooky, seasonal shapes.
Ghost Treats with Yogurt Frosting
Craft these spooooooky treats with a yummy yogurt frosting. While they will be super cute, your dog might not appreciate it because they'll want to eat it up so fast! You can use any basic dog biscuit recipe, a ghost cut-out, and a dog-friendly yogurt recipe for the frosting.
Skeleton Dog Bones
It may be a stereotype that dogs like to dig up bones, but they'll certainly want to scarf down these. Use a simple bone-shaped mold and a recipe that just includes flour, egg, water, and chicken bouillon cube. Not only will your dog find them very yummy, but they'll look totally adorable for photo ops, too.
Frozen "Candy Corn"
Okay, not, it's not real candy corn, but it resembles it, and they'll love it just as much as candy corn lovers adore candy corn. This frozen candy corn is easy to make, and you can make it in any shape if you don't happen to have a candy corn-shaped ice tray. Put yogurt, pumpkin, and banana into the tray to create layers that will mimic the colors of candy corn.
Cheese Mummy Treats
What dog doesn't love cheese? Use a standard pumpkin-treat recipe as the base of the cookie and the cheese on tops. Layering cheese across the treat in this way will make it look like mummy wrapping. Add some yogurt-frosting eyes for an extra spooky kick.
Whatever you make, your dog will surely approve!