Simple and healthy desserts you can give to your dog

What says that you love your dog more than making him his own desserts? While chocolate is commonly connected with desserts mainly, it’s poisonous for dogs. Luckily, there are plenty of other foods you can share as a sweet treat with your furry fellow.

Here are three easy, homemade treats you can make in order to make him happy and swing his tail uncontrollably.

Note that before preparing any of these recipes you must make sure that your dog has no allergies. We want to make our dog feel nice and not the contrary.

Having said all that here are some recipes we recommend for making your dog enjoy some desserts.

Berries and Cream

Berries of all kinds are safe for dogs. Spoon your favorite over plain nonfat yogurt. (My dog Nala is partial to blueberries – but half the fun is finding out which berry is your dog’s favorite.)

There are three ways you can serve this treat:

1. Fresh in your dog’s bowl; or

2. For bite-sized treats you can store, spoon the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze it overnight; or

3. Mix the berries and yogurt, then freeze it inside a rubber toy for a fun and tasty treat (that’s what Nala is enjoying in the photo).

Carob-Covered Strawberries

Carob is a healthy alternative to chocolate that is safe for dogs to eat. Carob chips and powder, found at most health food stores, can be substituted for chocolate chips and cocoa powder in just about any recipe.

For this dessert, mix half a cup of plain yogurt with a teaspoon of carob powder. Remove the stem and leaves from strawberries, then dip them in the carob-yogurt mix.

Peanut Butter-Carob Kisses

This isn’t one of my custom recipes, but it’s too good not to share. This recipe comes courtesy of the Dog Treat Recipe Exchange. These are yummy little cookies that are made more festive when cut with a heart-shaped cookie cutter.


2 cups whole wheat flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 cup carob chips
1 cup peanut butter, smooth or chunky
1 cup milk
2 eggs
1/4 cup of honey

Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Mix flour and baking powder in a large bowl and set aside. In a smaller bowl, mix peanut butter, milk, eggs and honey. Once it is well-mixed, add the wet mixture to the dry mixture. Mix with a hand beater. Add carob chips and stir until blended. Drop dough by the spoonful onto an ungreased cookie sheet and bake for around 20 minutes. Let stand for 1 minute, then remove from pan and let them cool on a cookie rack.

While you sip champagne and feast on chocolate-covered strawberries, your dog can enjoy a pup-friendly treat of his or her own.

What better way is there to celebrate your love for your dog than with sweet treats and its company?

After you finish though you must take into consideration that you might want to brush your dogs teeth to remove anythin that might damage its teeth.

Diane Simmons

This is Dianne Simons, and this is a short description of me. I am an author at, pet veterinarian and dog afficionado. I publish regular posts regarding dog related health topics as i have spent my whole life exercising it. My passion for our beloved companions go beyond this website as i run my own verinary center in Idaho

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