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Homemade Halloween treats are a fun and creative way for pet parents to include their dog in the festivities. While Halloween dog costumes may not be a hit with every pup, these Halloween treats for dogs are practically guaranteed to please! 

Use these all-natural recipes to whip up some scary simple DIY dog treats for Halloween this year, and tag us on your socials to show off the results!

How to Make Halloween Treats for Dogs

  1. Gather your supplies & ingredients. Make sure you’ve got everything you need on hand before you get started.
  1. Create a safe space for your dog while you work. Dogs can be tempted to snatch unattended treats-in-progress, so keep your pup occupied with a chew toy in their crate (or other area safely out of the way).
  1. Preheat your oven or make room in the freezer. Once your Halloween dog treat mixture is ready to bake or freeze, you’ll be glad you thought ahead!
  1. Prep a storage container. For baked dog treats, wait until cooled, then store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days (or in the freezer for up to 3 months). Store frozen dog treats in the silicone mold if it has a lid, or transfer to a freezer bag and use within 3 months.

Whether store bought or homemade, treats shouldn’t make up more than 10% of your dog’s daily calories, so help them indulge responsibly!

Boo Berry Pupsicles

These frozen Halloween treats for dogs feature the antioxidant power of blueberries– oops! We mean boo berries! 

booberry pupsicles recipe



  1. Blend blueberries, yogurt & bone broth until the mixture forms a thin liquid.  
  2. Pour mixture into your favorite Halloween-themed silicone mold.
  3. Freeze overnight. 
  4. Give to your dog as a tasty Hallow’s Eve treat! 

Pupkin Spiced Lattes

Tis the season for pumpkin spice everything! Here’s a dog-safe way to make this autumnal favorite for your furry BFF. 

pupkin spice latte recipe



  1. Add canned pumpkin, yogurt, and bone broth to a dog-safe cup. Stir until combined. 
  2. Top with a small amount of plain whipped cream.
  3. Add a sprinkling of Marie’s Magical Dinner Dust (to taste). 
  4. Serve your dog the latte for a true fall treat!

Pumpkin Pupcakes

These pumpkin-themed, mostly-raw cakes for dogs are a seasonal favorite!

pumpkin pupcake recipe



  1. If using frozen patties, thaw frozen raw dinner patties for 4-6 hours in a covered container in the refrigerator. Freeze-dried raw patties are ready to use right out of the bag.
  2. Layer patties and pumpkin purée to build your pupcake.
  3. Finish with a layer of pumpkin purée on top and decorate with your choice of berries. Strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries are all safe for dogs to eat in moderation.
  4. Voilà! A pumpkin-y cake snack fit for your best friend. 

Beefy Bat Biscuits

These Bountiful Beefy Bat Biscuits are a Halloween hit! Be sure to use cookie cutters in a size appropriate for your dog. 

beefy bat biscuits



  1. Preheat oven to 350°F.
  2. Gently whisk bone broth and egg together.
  3. Slowly mix in the whole wheat flour and oats.
  4. Roll on lightly floured surface to approximately ¼” thickness.
  5. Cut out cookies with your favorite Halloween-themed cookie cutters (we chose bats!) and transfer to parchment-lined cookie sheet.
  6. Bake for 10 minutes. 
  7. While biscuits are still warm, whisk together coconut oil and peanut butter. Drizzle over treats. 
  8. Decorate with Marie’s Magical Dinner Dust.
  9. Let cool until glaze hardens (stick them in the fridge for faster cooling).
  10. Serve to your dog, or as a tasty treat to the dogs in your neighborhood during trick-or-treat (just remember to ask the pet parent if it’s okay first!).

Did your dog fall in love with one of these Halloween treats? Let us know on social media, or share this post with a friend!

You don’t have to wait for Halloween to treat your dog to something special (and nutritious) – be sure to check out our articles with 3 homemade dog biscuit recipes and homemade pupsicles 3 ways!