Vegan Dog Treats

Vegan Dog Treats

I don't know why I haven't thought of this one sooner as I have a loyal and crazy boxer who we go out of our way for to make sure he has the best ingredient dog bones (& food!) You know dogs can get all the same illnesses that we can get if you don't feed them right? Don't skimp on cheap dog food or give them too much (if any) table food. Not all the food that we enjoy they can handle. Insert these simple healthy vegan dog treats for your pup!

They look like regular cookies right?!  LOL! You could technically eat them yourself as they are made with all natural ingredients. I just blended up 1 cup of gluten-free oats, added in 1/2 cup quinoa flour from Pereg Gourmet, mashed 2 ripe bananas and added in 1/4 cup organic peanut butter (the only ingredient is peanut butter). Plus I added in flax meal and mint for that dog breath! You could try it with chia seeds too - maybe check with your vet first to see if your pup is ok with it?

The dough is super sticky so I made them into rounded cookies. You could try using a dog bone cookie cutter - maybe you will have more luck than me! The cookie shape worked great though. I kept half of them in the fridge and froze the other half for another time. They are treats so keep them to a minimum, you know like we do with our treats LOL!

Please share your doggie enjoying these treats with me on Instagram!  I love seeing your furry friends!  

xo, cherise


1 cup oat flour
1/2 cup quinoa flour
2 mashed bananas
1/4 cup organic or all natural peanut butter
1 tsp flax meal
A handful of chopped mint


1. Mash bananas in a large bowl with the peanut butter until blended well.
2. Add in the oat flour and combine slowly. Repeat with the quinoa flour.
3. Blend well and form into a dough ball. Put in fridge for about 20-30 minutes to firm up.
4. Preheat oven to 325f.
5. Grease a baking sheet for use parchment paper.
6. Scoop out rounded balls of dough and flatten on the baking sheet.
7. Bake for 30-35 minutes.
8. Remove and let completely cool then transfer for an airtight container.
9. Leave in the fridge for a few days and freeze extra.