Pumpkin Oat Biscuits Your Dogs Will Be Begging For!

I wanted to add to my collection of dog biscuits I make for Charlie. If you’ve never made your own pet food you should really give these Pumpkin Oat Biscuits a try! It’s simple and your furbaby will thank you for it.

Pumpkin Oat Biscuits Your Dogs Will Be Begging For! #PumpkinCan #momspotted

These Pumpkin Oat Biscuits are simple to put together. You’ll need:

  • 2 eggs
  • 2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 2 Tbsp peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup quick oats
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon


Preheat your oven to 350. Combine all ingredients in mixing bowl.

Pumpkin Oat Biscuits Your Dogs Will Be Begging For! #PumpkinCan #momspotted

Mix until fully combined. The mixture should be easy to handle when fully combined.

Pumpkin Oat Biscuits Your Dogs Will Be Begging For! #PumpkinCan #momspotted

Use a rolling pin to roll out your dough. Then use a cookie cutter to shape them.

Pumpkin Oat Biscuits Your Dogs Will Be Begging For! #PumpkinCan #momspotted

We have a dog biscuit shaped one. Since we have a little dog we used a small cutter but if your dog is bigger you could make yours bigger. Feel free to make them any shape. We use dog shapes to keep the boys from thinking they are homemade cookies later on.

Pumpkin Oat Biscuits Your Dogs Will Be Begging For! #PumpkinCan #momspotted

Bake biscuits for about 30 mins. Remove and let cook for five minutes and then remove to wire rack until fully cooled. Store in air tight container. Use within one week. Our dog just loves these!

Pumpkin Oat Biscuits Your Dogs Will Be Begging For! #PumpkinCan #momspotted

Have you ever made dog biscuits before? Have you ever made them with pumpkin?


  1. Rachel C says

    What a healthy treat! My girls love to bake, and they would think it was so fun to make these for their grandma’s dog. We will have to try this recipe.

  2. saminder gumer says

    these would be great for my dogs. i think that he would love them and it would be a great project for the weekend.

  3. vickie couturier says

    very interesting,,didn’t know dogs could eat pumpkin,,those look good enough for ppl to eat too,,

    • Sandy Eccard says

      Pumpkin is very good for dogs digestion

      • Lezlie says

        yes it is! Mine don’t like it, so I am excited to try this recipe!

  4. Wendy says

    Those look awesome to make for our 3 rescued babies. I know they like pumpkin- and our cats love it, too! I wonder if the cats will eat them?

  5. I don’t have a dog (hopefully, there is a pug in my future!), but I’ll have to keep this recipe in mind down the road.

  6. What a lucky dog you have 🙂

    • Sandy says

      My dog, Misty, adored them. Made a batch today. Thank you

  7. Nicole Dz says

    I like that it is 100% pure pumpkin and that it is homemade, that way you know what ingredients are going into your dogs treats. Love this better then store bought. Yours came out so pretty!

  8. I bet my Indi would LOVE these!!

  9. Sarah L says

    No dog, no dog biscuits. I need to remember to use pumpkin all year round.

  10. This is something my dog would love. Honestly I have never baked for the dog, I actually hardly bake for the children, but I guess its a good time to start!

  11. Beth says

    I bed our dog would love these. He won’t eat dog bones from the store but I bet he would eat homemade ones!

  12. These look GREAT! I think my kids would ADORE making our puppy some treats!

  13. My oldest daughter makes critter treats all of the time. I will have to show her this!

  14. Pumpkin is such a great source of fiber for dogs. Sometimes, I let them lick it right off the spoon. I make a similar treat for my two pups and they love it.

  15. So creative! My dog would love these!

  16. Lisa says

    With all the dog treat recalls, making your own is a great idea!

  17. Your dog is so lucky to have you as his dog mom! These dog treats look yummy 🙂

  18. Cute idea! I have wanted to make some for our dog. I am not sure who would enjoy the project more, our dog Cooper or the kids!

  19. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says

    i actually think i might like these!

  20. I’ve always wanted to make homemade dog treats. I’ll have to try these out!

  21. Never thought to make these for our dogs before! Going to have to give them a whirl.

  22. Ok, those are fun to make, they’re cute and they have pumpkin in them. Total win! Your pup is lucky.

  23. Jessica Nirri says

    Do dogs really eat these ?
    They sound good lol heck I want one ! You can up with this all by yourself , that’s pretty cool.. I don’t enjoy cooking and I don’t have a dog .. But still neat !

  24. Oh my dog would love these! Maybe they’d keep her from trying to get into the garbage all the time to try to get our people food since these already have some of her favorites.

  25. What a good idea to make homemade dog biscuits!

  26. Rebecca Parsons says

    Wow and a pretty simple recipe. I know my three dogs would love these.

  27. Sarah L says

    My dogs would have loved this. l never made this for them.

  28. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says

    these look good enough for humans to eat

  29. Birdiebee says

    What a great recipe. My Kyla would sure love these.

  30. Shirley Talabock says

    Can’t wait to make these!

  31. Valondra says

    Can i use regular oats instead of quick oats?

  32. G K says

    Our dogs would love these. They have pumpkin everyday in their breakfast.

  33. Claudia Phillips says

    I just made these and my dog loves them! It was so easy. I halved the recipe. I’ll be making this often.

  34. Thanks for sharing! What a fun one to make as a gift too!

  35. I have a hint to make them last longer
    Use dried powder Eggs. I also freeze my treats.

  36. Nancy says

    Pumpkin is good for their tummies. And i make treats for my pups all the time! I freeze the majority of the batch keeping a handful in fridge.

  37. Jamie says

    I just got done watching my girl Sasha eat one ever so dainty like, and she ate every last crumb!

  38. Gina Armbrust says

    Ate these soft dog biscuits? Our 15-year-Old has no teeth and I make all his food from scratch and always looking for good recipes for him. But he can’t eat hard dog biscuits.

  39. Carlene kalwarski says

    Can you freeze these

  40. Susan pickup says

    My 4th batch of these dog treats, my border collie Robbie and cavalier Millie can’t get enough of them and so good to know your giving them healthy treats. So much so, as I have a pet friendly holiday cottage, I leave some for my guests pets and getting some amazing feedback. Thank you for sharing👍

  41. Margie says

    This is the second time making these. Doesnt get sticky? Anybody have this problem? I always have to add water or more pumpkin to get pliable to roll it out. M

  42. Vicky Mercer says

    Beth, my fur baby won’t eat store bought treats either. I have been making these treats and others,nd he loves them as they are much softer for him to chew. Have fun making your own!!

  43. Mya says

    I made them and they smell sooooo good!!!

  44. Celeste says

    My German Shepherd and Lab Love these treats! I make them weekly!

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