Peanut Butter Dog Treats No Bake

peanut butter dog treats no bake

Peanut butter dog treats no bake are an irresistibly delicious and nutritious treat for dogs of all breeds and sizes, easy to make at home, with cleaner ingredients than store bought treats – not to mention much cheaper!

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Make sure that when creating homemade treats for your pup, natural peanut butter without xylitol – an artificial sugar substitute which is harmful for canines – and old-fashioned rolled oats provide added fiber.



Peanut butter dog treats no bake are quick and easy treats that you can make quickly for your pup with just a few simple ingredients, making them an enjoyable activity to do together with the whole family! Make it fun – involve everyone from adults to kids when making these yummy snacks for Fido!

First up are oats. I prefer using whole wheat flour because of its higher fiber content; however, you could also opt for all-purpose or gluten free varieties such as sorghum, quinoa or garbanzo bean flour.

Your dog will also require creamy peanut butter. Be sure to select natural varieties without added sugars or stabilizers that could potentially harm them; also be on the lookout for artificial sweeteners like xylitol which could potentially be toxic for dogs.

Next, you will need applesauce or mashed bananas for keeping the dough moist while providing flavor. Finally, water or vegetable, chicken or beef stock should be used to ensure it remains moist enough to hold its shape during baking.


This no bake dog treat recipe is quick, easy and tasty! With only four ingredients needed from your pantry – and bananas serving as binding agents to create soft chewy treats – making this no bake dog treat recipe surefire success!

Scanning the peanut butter jar will allow you to ensure it does not contain xylitol, an artificial sweetener which is toxic for dogs and common in sugar-free peanut butters, which has been known to cause seizures, bloody stooling and sudden drops in blood sugar within 30 minutes after ingestion.

Combine all wet ingredients in a large bowl and stir well, before spooning small portions of “dough” into an ice cube tray and freezing until solid. Remove from trays when frozen solid and serve them to your pups! You can store these treats at room temperature for up to one week or refrigerate them longer for optimal results; they also freeze well with double-lock freezer bags pressing out excess air prior to sealing.


These soft carrot peanut butter dog treats make a tasty snack for dogs that love to chew. With carrots and peanut butter as the foundation of these treats, which provide both vitamins and fiber, as well as banana’s natural sweetness, and coconut oil to provide healthy fats that keep this treat moist – you could also substitute banana with any other fruit or vegetable your dog likes such as berries or apples for added flavor and texture! Plus! Try crumbled, low-sodium bacon crumbles for extra crunchiness.

Combine all ingredients in a bowl and stir to mix thoroughly. Form bite-sized balls from the mixture and coat each one in old-fashioned oats; place in the refrigerator until firm, about an hour later. Serve and enjoy! These delicious dog treats can also be stored for up to one week in an airtight container.


Just like their human counterpart, these easy to make dog treats offer healthy nutrition while being deliciously fun for Fido. Made of delicious bananas, peanut butter and creamy yogurt, these treats will surely delight any pup!

Mix all the ingredients, then chill for 30 minutes so they firm up. Use your hands or a hand mixer to form 1-inch balls from the dough, placing on a tray in the refrigerator.

Use this recipe as a base and adapt it according to your dog’s individual tastes and needs. Swap out the oatmeal for whole wheat flour or other gluten-free options and customize with dried cranberries, low sodium bacon crumbles or unsweetened coconut flakes as desired – but remember any toxic ingredients such as xylitol are toxic for dogs! You could also switch up their favorite spread for SunButter (sunflower seed butter) or another creamy nut butter containing no added sugar that could prove deadly!