How To Make Your Own Healthy Dog Biscuits! - AniForte UK

How To Make Your Own Healthy Dog Biscuits!

dog biscuits

Would you like to make dog biscuits and are still looking for the right recipe? We have put together some dog recipes for you that are free from synthetic additives and are a natural treat for your four-legged friend.

Why should you bake dog biscuits yourself?

There are many different dog biscuits available on the market, from firm biscuits in bone shape to small treats for in-between meals to therapeutic dog biscuits. However, dog biscuits do not always contain purely natural ingredients: wheat flour, which promotes allergies, artificial flavours, colourings and preservatives for a longer shelf life and to enhance the taste or simply synthetic vitamins and minerals are often added to conventional dog biscuits. If you want to be on the safe side, if your dog has allergies or other health problems, we recommend that you switch to natural dog snacks or simply bake the dog biscuits yourself; it’s not as time-consuming as you might think.

Avoid these ingredients!

Not all foods that are fine for humans are healthy or suitable for dogs. Many ingredients are even poisonous for dogs, can cause gastrointestinal upset and in the worst case even lead to death. If you want to bake dog biscuits, you should avoid the following ingredients: 

  • eggplant
  • avocado
  • baking powder
  • spices
  • cocoa powder
  • garlic
  • raw potatoes
  • raw legumes
  • raisins, grapes
  • chocolate
  • tomatoes
  • sugar
  • onion or garlic

Is there a basic recipe for dog biscuits?

There is no basic dog biscuit recipe. You can vary as you wish and mix the ingredients together. For a creamy dough, we recommend a flour variation or oat flakes as an alternative. This makes the dog biscuit batter nice and firm. It then can be kneaded well and shaped.

Dog getting a treat



Seven unique dog biscuit recipes - from simple to sophisticated

Our nutritional experts have put together seven tasty dog ​​biscuit recipes for you and your darling. They don’t only taste good, but also have a positive effect on your dog's health. Dog biscuits for beautiful, shiny fur, the immune booster from the oven or delicious cupcakes for dogs, with our individual recipe compilation there is something for every dog!

The omega-3 kick for beautiful fur

150 g spelt flour
1 egg yolk
1 tablespoon of salmon oil

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes at 180 degrees top / bottom heat

Dog biscuits with devil's claw and frankincense

150 g oat flakes (gluten-free if your dog has an allergy)
1 egg yolk
Water as needed
1 capsule of devil's claw powder
1 capsule of frankincense powder

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes at 180 degrees top / bottom heat

Dog biscuits with low-fat quark and fresh herbs

150 g coconut flour
100 g low-fat quark
1 egg yolk
1 teaspoon fresh parsley
1 teaspoon turmeric powder
½ teaspoon fresh mint

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes at 180 degrees top / bottom heat 

Immune power goat cheese crossies

150 g buckwheat flour
100 g coconut flour
150 g pumpkin (pureed)
150 g goat cream cheese
1 egg
2 tbsp rockrose herb
1 tbsp rose hip powder
1 tbsp honey with propolis
1 tbsp coconut oil

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes at 180 degrees top / bottom heat 

Joint fit salmon macaroons

100 g buckwheat flour
100 g oat flakes (gluten-free)
100 g of cottage cheese
200 g of salmon, finely chopped
100 g pureed spinach
1 egg
1 teaspoon green lipped mussel powder
1 tbsp rose hip powder
1 tbsp hemp oil

Bake for 35 to 40 minutes at 180 degrees top / bottom heat 

Banana coconut cupcakes for dogs

200 g coconut flour
40 g butter
2 bananas
2 eggs
3 tbsp desiccated coconut
3 tbsp yogurt

Bake for 25 to 30 minutes at 180 degrees 

Quick baby food dog biscuits

150 g potato and carrots baby jars
150 g spelt flour

Bake for 20 to 25 minutes on top / bottom heat

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