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Easy Blueberry Dog Treats

Blueberry dog treats are a great summertime snack for your pup. Homemade dog treats are less expensive than store-bought and they are better for your dog.

Blueberry dog treats stacked on top of each other with blueberries and oatmeal in the background.

These vegan dog treats are perfect for those with food sensitivities – they only contain a handful of ingredients and this easy dough comes together quickly with minimal cleanup.

Made entirely in the food processor, this dough is very easy to work with and gives you two months worth of treats in just over 30 minutes.

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Blueberries for dogs

Sugar has dog food with blueberries in it, so I wanted to try a dog biscuit recipe with these little berries and see how she liked them. Blueberry treats can go either way with her, so I had my fingers crossed.

Stacked dog treats with blueberries with rolled oats sprinkled around them.

Then, because I needed more opinions, I gave them to neighbors with dogs. So far, every single pooch has been a fan. Therefore, I feel confident that this recipe is a winner.

These vegan dog treats are also perfect for those pups with dietary issues. I’ve had a few readers message me about egg substitutions for their pups. This treat is egg-free. This also makes a difference for dog owners who are vegan, because they don’t have eggs in the house, but still want to spoil their pups.

Blueberry treats for dogs

If you are looking for low fat dog treats, you’ve come to the right place. This recipe has a bit of coconut oil in it, but not enough to really move the needle on the fat content.

These banana dog treats with blueberries have a little extra sweetness in them from the banana. Many of the biscuits that I make for my pup have pumpkin in them, like these healthy soft dog treats. They’re perfect for older dogs or those with dental issues.

Four blueberry dog treats stacked on top of each other with one blueberry sitting on top of rolled oats.

The blueberries give these treats added moisture, so if you want a really crunchy treat, increase the baking time by another 5 – 10 minutes. For a softer treat, reduce the time by the same amount.

FAQ’s

Can dogs eat oatmeal?

Yes! Oatmeal in small quantities is great for dogs with sensitive stomachs. It is also part of a hypoallergenic diet for dogs with food sensitivities.

Are blueberries good for dogs?

Yes. Blueberries are a great summertime treat for your dog. They are low fat and low in calories. Be careful though, don’t overdo it. Just like people, too much of a good thing can give them a tummy ache.

Can I make these if I don’t have a food processor?

Yes you can. You can try to break up the oats in a blender and mix the ingredients by hand in a large mixing bowl.

Can I use frozen blueberries?

Absolutely. You can put them in frozen or if you prefer to thaw, make sure they are drained well. The extra liquid will make the dough gummy and mushy.

How do I store these treats?

These blueberry dog treats are best stored in the refrigerator, or freezer, if you want to keep them for a bit longer.

How long will they stay fresh?

They will last about 7 – 10 days in the fridge. Freeze them for up to 3 months to extend the life.

Equipment

Here is a list of suggested equipment for making your blueberry dog treats.

  • Food processor – Used to grind the oats and mix the dough together.
  • Measuring cups – If you don’t have a set, you’ll need these.
  • Rubber spatula – I prefer these commercial grade spatulas because they are not as flimsy as the ones for regular home use.
  • Rolling dowel – Basically, the perfect rolling pin.
  • Bone shaped cutters – This is the exact set I have. I’ve had them for years and they hold up really well to a lot of use. I used the 2″ cutter for these treats.
Homemade dog treats with blueberries and oats with a bone shaped cookie cutter in the background.

Procedure for blueberry dog treats

The first step is grinding the oats for the treats. You can buy oat flour, but this is less expensive. It takes about 2 minutes in the food processor and you get to control how coarse or fine you want the oats.

Oatmeal in food processor for blueberry treats for dogs.

After the oats are broken down, add the flour and flax seed to the food processor. Pulse to combine.

Add wet ingredients and pulse a few times to incorporate before adding the blueberries. Then flour the counter, turn out the dough and lightly dust the top of the dough with flour using a small strainer or sieve.

Homemade dog treats on parchment-lined baking sheet.

Roll out to desired thickness, cut out treats and bake. I recommend baking on parchment paper, especially with these treats. If you have bigger pieces of blueberries, they can stick to the pan.

More dog biscuits

In addition to these homemade dog treats with blueberries, here are a few more biscuits for your pup:

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Yield: 62 - 2 inch treats

Easy Blueberry Dog Treats

Easy Blueberry Dog Treats

Blueberry dog treats are a great snack for your pup that is quick and easy for you.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups all purpose flour + more for flouring countertop
  • 1 cup old fashioned oats
  • 1 tbsp. ground flax seed
  • 2 tbsp. coconut oil, melted and cooled
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 cup blueberries

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 350°F / 177°C / Gas mark 4.
  2. In the bowl of a food processor, grind one cup of oats until it is almost flour consistency.
  3. Add all purpose flour and ground flax seed to oat flour. Run food processor for 15 - 30 seconds to combine.
  4. Pour coconut oil and water over flour mixture. Pulse 10 - 15 times to combine.
  5. Add blueberries and pulse until combined and dough comes together.
  6. Flour counter and turn dough out onto floured surface.
  7. Flour rolling pin and gently roll out dough until it is 1/8" thick.
  8. Use 2 inch cookie cutter to cut out shapes. Gather dough scraps, re-roll and cut treats out from remaining dough.
  9. Place on parchment-lined baking sheet and bake for 20 - 25 minutes.
  10. Cool completely before giving to your pup.

Notes

I use a small sifter to dust the dough, this helps control the amount of flour.

Store treats in the refrigerator for 7 - 10 days. Freeze treats for up to 3 months.

Yield will vary depending on the cookie cutter you use, and also the thickness of your dough.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

62

Serving Size:

1 treat

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 21Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 0mgCarbohydrates: 3gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 1g

Nutrition information calculated by a third-party company as a courtesy. It is intended as a guideline only.

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18 Comments

  1. If I wanted to use rice flour instead of regular flour, would the amounts be the same? BTW my dogs LOVE the sweet potato treats!

    1. Aw, thank you! I’m SO HAPPY to hear that they love the treats 🙂 As far as substituting, rice flour doesn’t contain gluten, so it doesn’t behave the same as regular AP flour. I would try a half batch to see how they turn out. If the cookies aren’t holding together, try adding a tablespoon or two of cornstarch to the mix, to help bind them if the mixture needs it.

    1. I store them in the fridge, as they do not have any preservatives. They last about a week and a half or so, but you can freeze them and take out a few at a time 🙂

  2. Nice recipe and the dogs liked it but would have been nice to not have to print 9 pages of photos! Please make it easier to print

    1. Hi Heather, I don’t see why it wouldn’t. That being said, I haven’t tried it, so I can’t say 100%, but I think it should be fine. The texture might be a bit more coarse, but that should be the only big difference.

  3. Hi could you please tell me what flour and oats you use in these blueberry treats , I make my own dog food and am really interested in starting to make my own dog biscuits and treats also. Thank you.

  4. Ok so first time I am making them. I think used a little too much flour on counter top. Lol

    They are still in the oven.

    I am glad I read the comments. Because one person did ask my question how long do they last and how do you store them. But you should also put that in at the bottom of the recipe. Not everyone necessarily reads comments are all of them. And your recipe also says you got 62 out the dough. What size was your cookie cutter? I got 22 which is plenty for two dogs. I will post another comment once the dogs try them

    1. Hello Rebecca,
      I used a 2 inch cookie cutter. The thickness of the dough will also be a factor in how many the recipe yields. I will add storage info to the recipe card, but that information is in the post itself. I hope your pup enjoy the treats!

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