Dog biscuits with baby food

Easy Dog Biscuits Made From Baby Food - Fun Dog Treats to Make!

by Denise

These easy dog biscuits are made entirely from baby food.  This is an easy, economical and healthy way to treat your dog.

You might also like these natural homemade dog treats too!

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This is Izzy. She’s my little sweetheart. I put off getting a dog for so long, and now I can’t imagine life without her. None of us can. My whole family is smitten with her. Enough about Izzy, clearly this post is just a poor attempt to post pictures of her. 🙂

However I do like to make her healthy, wholesome treats. These easy dog biscuits were made just from baby food and they were so easy. I figured if baby food was good enough for a baby, it was good enough for my Iz.

Dog Biscuit Recipe Disclaimer 

 I am not an animal expert. Please check with your vet to see if what you are using is safe for your dog. Here is an article about what people foods are good for your dog. These foods are toxic and should never be given to your dog: chocolate, onions, grapes, raisins, yeast dough, artificial sweeteners, macadamia nuts, avocadoes, alcohol, or coffee. 


Dog Biscuit Ingredients I Used

One of the reasons I used baby food was because we had some leftover oatmeal cereal like this from when my granddaughter visited last. I thought oatmeal cereal would essentially act as oat flour and by adding some chicken, sweet potatoes and carrot baby food, you almost have a complete meal!



Essentially all you do is mix the jar food with the oatmeal and make a stick dough. Then you roll it out on a silicone mat by taking a greased piece of wax paper and placing it on top of the dough. Then using a rolling pin, roll on top of the wax paper so the dough doesn’t stick to the rolling pin.

You want to roll it to about ¼ inch thick. Then use cookie cutters to make the biscuits. I got these from Amazon and love them!

Dog Biscuit Recipe In A Nutshell
  • Mix jar baby food and baby oatmeal to make a sticky dough.
  • Roll it out on a piece of parchment paper or silicone mat. You will need a piece of grease wax paper to place on top before rolling.
  • Using a rolling pin over the wax paper to roll the dough about ¼ inch thick.
  • Use cookie cutters to make biscuits.
  • Bake for 20 minutes or desired chewiness or crunchiness.



Bake them on another silicone mat (you can use parchment paper too) until they are nice and brown. I didn’t make mine too crunchy. You can always cook them longer to make them crunchier. Sometimes I turn off the oven and keep them in there as the oven cools down and they continue to bake. Just make sure to watch them so they don’t burn.



I tried to get some good pics of Izzy eating them but it was hard to hold the camera and the biscuit at the same time. So I cut off her head when she was licking her lips but she really likes them.

Unfortunately, I’m writing this post much later than when I made them, and now they are all gone. Time to make another batch. I store them in the refrigerator and they last a long time. 



I hope you like this little dog biscuit recipe for man’s best friend. It was fun making them for my little, sweet puppy. I hope your pup likes them as much as Izzy did.

And if you would like some more dog treats I have a few for your reading pleasure.

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Easy Dog Biscuits Using Baby Food

These easy dog biscuits are made entirely from baby food. This is an easy, economical and healthy way to treat your dog.

Course Snack

Cuisine Dogs

Keyword baby food, dog treat

Prep Time 10 minutes

Cook Time 20 minutes

Total Time 30 minutes

Servings 30

Author Denise Wright (MyLifeCookbook. com)

  • 1 jar of carrots baby food
  • 1 jar of sweet potatoes baby food
  • 2 jars of chicken (~2.5oz each)
  • 2 ½ cups of oatmeal baby cereal I used Gerbers Oatmeal Cereal for babies
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees

  2. In a large bowl, mix all ingredients well until it forms a sticky dough.

  3. Line a cookie sheet with a piece of parchment paper or a silicone mat.

  4. Spread your dough onto the sheet and use a piece of wax paper that has been sprayed with cooking spray to press down your dough. You can also use a rolling pin to get it nice and smooth.

  5. Use cookie cutters to make shapes.

  6. Place cookie sheet into the oven and cook for 20 minutes. If you desire crunchier biscuits, Turn off the oven and let them cook some more and keep checking.

  7. Store in the refrigerator.

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Diane's 2-Ingredient Dog Biscuits - The Midnight Baker

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by Judith Hannemann

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2-Ingredient Dog Biscuits

There’s just 2 ingredients in these dog biscuits.  Cheaper, easier and better for your dog.

I’ve been making my own dog biscuits for a long time–ever since that scare about 10 years ago.

Facebook fan Diane G. and I were discussing our dogs on my page a while ago and she told me she had this stupidly EASY recipe that she makes for her dog that had only 2 ingredients. She said her pooch loved them.


Wholesome dog treats may be made wheat free

My guy ran out of the last batch of Mommy Cookies I made so I made these for the first time today–so easy I couldn’t believe it!!

I had made the mistake of not buying enough of the strained baby food, so I topped it up with some thawed pumpkin I had frozen to make my dog some pumpkin biscuits.  So these in the pic are actually 3 ingredients LOL.

Diane said you could use about any strained baby food–fruit, veggies or meat and she did caution to read the ingredients as some baby foods have onion/onion powder which may not be so good for your dog.

A good way to get around this is to puree your own meat/fruit/veggies.  A blender, food processor or Ninja is all that’s necessary to do this.

Another great part of this recipe is the variety of grains you can use.  I use whole wheat flour, but if you don’t give your dogs wheat because they have a sensitivity, then spelt or rolled oats will do.  Probably even rice flour–although Diane didn’t mention this, so I don’t know if it’s been “tested” or how it comes out.  She said you can even mix your grains too if you wanted to do so.

These were a big hit–my guy taste tested one as soon as it was cool and probably wanted more by the way he kept going over and eyeing his cookie jar.


Official Taste Tester

Storing them covered will probably make them get a little softer, but they won’t last!  Trust me.


There’s just 2 ingredients in these dog biscuits.  Cheaper, easier and better for your dog.

Prep Time20 mins

Cook Time25 mins

Total Time45 mins


Cuisine: American

Keyword: dog biscuits

Servings: 15

Calories: 54kcal

Author: Judith Hannemann

  • 2 4 oz pureed meat or vegetable baby food
  • 2 cups whole wheat flour spelt, wheat germ or rolled oats (or combination of all)
  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  • In a large bowl, mix the ingredients to form a dough.

  • On a lightly floured surface, roll out to 1/4-inch thick and cut into desired shapes.

  • Bake for 20-25 minutes. Turn off the oven and let the biscuits sit in there on the tray until oven is completely cool (this dehydrates the biscuits)

  • Makes varying amounts according to size cut. I got approximately 15 biscuits with a “medium” dog biscuit cookie cutter (maybe 3-4-inches long)

Serving: 1dog | Calories: 54kcal | Carbohydrates: 12g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 1mg | Potassium: 58mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 1g | Vitamin A: 7IU | Calcium: 5mg | Iron: 1mg

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Surely any owner wondered - how to make dog biscuits with your own hands? Making dog treats is easier than you think! Now we will reveal some simple and delicious recipes for treats for dogs.

Why is it better for a dog to give treats that you made yourself?

  1. Homemade dog treats are healthier than store-bought ones and do not contain preservatives or dyes.
  2. You can take into account the characteristics or preferences of your dog when choosing ingredients, so your treats will be appreciated by both an allergic dog and even the most fastidious gourmet dog.
  3. Any dog ​​will be pleased to eat cookies, which the owner prepared with his own hands with all the love and care!

Ready to try? Now we will announce the main rule that must be observed when preparing homemade treats for dogs: fantasize! No matter how many dog ​​biscuit recipes there are, you can always invent your own.

  1. Cookies for puppies

Baby food (meat) - 250 grams;

Powdered milk - 0.25 cup;

Semolina - 0.25 cup.

Mix ingredients, shape into small pieces

balls and place on a greased baking sheet. Bake until browned, 15 minutes, in a preheated oven at 150 degrees.

  1. Hercules dog biscuits

Wheat flour - 1. 5 cups;

Hercules - 1 glass;

Apple - 1 piece;

Water (warm) - 0.5 cup;

Honey - 0.25 cup.

Mix oatmeal and flour. Add small pieces of peeled apple, water and honey. Mix thoroughly. The dough should be stiff, add more flour if needed. Blind small cakes and put on a baking sheet with parchment paper, brush with oil. Bake for 30 minutes in a preheated oven at 160 degrees. Then flip the cookies over and place back in the oven for 20-30 minutes, until golden brown.

  1. Applesauce dog biscuits

Wheat flour - 3 cups;

Applesauce - 0.75 cup;

Butter - 100 grams;

Water - 0.5 cup;

Honey - 2 tablespoons.

Whisk applesauce, butter, water and honey until smooth. Gradually (one glass at a time) add flour, mixing thoroughly each time. Then turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead until it becomes flexible and elastic. Roll out the dough to a thickness of 0. 5 cm and cut into pieces (you can cut out various figures using the molds). Place cookies on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake at 180 degrees for 24-30 minutes, turning the cookies over to the other side after 12-15 minutes from the start of baking.

  1. Dog liver biscuits

Liver (beef/veal/chicken) – 1 kg;

Flour for consistency;

Chicken eggs - 2 pieces.

Boil the liver and grind in a blender. Add eggs and flour. Add flour until you get a "cool" dough. Roll the mass into thin sausages and bake in the oven on a baking sheet, greased with oil, for 15 minutes. Still hot sausages should be cut into small pieces and let them cool.

  1. Beef dog biscuits with carrots

Carrots - 1 piece;

Chicken egg - 1 piece;

Beef - 100 grams;

Oatmeal - 2 tablespoons.

Grate carrots on a medium grater. Whisk the egg. Cut the beef into small pieces. Mix beef, carrots and egg, add oatmeal. From the resulting mass, blind small cookies. Bake in the oven at 180 degrees for 10 minutes.

Now go ahead and cook delicious dog biscuits for your faithful friend! We are sure that the dog will definitely appreciate the treats prepared with love!
Everything turned out to be much easier than you thought, right?


How to make your own dog biscuits: recipes

Today we'll show you how to make your own dog biscuits and present you two simple recipes for this delicious natural dog treat. Cookies can be offered to your furry friend as a treat on their own, they can be used as a training reward, they can be used to decorate any birthday cake for a dog.

Previously, in the article “Treats and Treats for Dogs”, we already showed recipes for cookies that were prepared with fish, chicken, pumpkin and banana. Today we will prepare meat and liver cookies for dogs.

Liver biscuits

Liver biscuits are quite popular with pet owners. It is prepared by many housewives. Each has its own recipe. Someone prepares delicacies simply from one liver. Someone adds various vegetables, herbs and even fruits. You can cook different tasty treats each time, and add different ingredients each time. You can use carrots, zucchini, pumpkin, sweet peppers, broccoli, apples, pears and even a banana. The main thing is that these vegetables and fruits are suitable for your woolen friend.

Our recipe for dog liver biscuits includes carrots and zucchini.

We will need:

  • 250-270 grams of raw liver.
  • 1 small carrot.
  • 1/2 courgette.
  • 1 egg.
  • rice flour.


Cut the raw liver into pieces and grind in a blender (or twist in a meat grinder).

We rub carrots and zucchini on a coarse grater.

Put all the ingredients in a separate container. Combine vegetables and liver, add the egg. Mix everything well until a homogeneous mass is obtained.

Add flour to the resulting mass. I put the flour "by eye" so that our liver dough turns out to be the consistency of thick sour cream.

We cover a baking sheet with parchment paper, and spread the resulting mass on it in strips 2-3 cm wide and about 1 cm thick. In addition, I have special molds in the form of bones. Therefore, I laid out part of the “dough” in molds, and laid out the rest on parchment.

We put the liver biscuits in the oven preheated to 140-150 degrees for 40-45 minutes.

Let the finished yummy cool down.

We break it into pieces, and ... treats for dogs from the liver are completely ready.

Meat biscuits

Meat biscuits for dogs are prepared in much the same way as liver biscuits. Similarly, you can use any vegetables or fruits.

We need: