Blackberry Biscuit Holiday Dog Recipe

By Lucy Pearl

Blackberry Biscuit is the perfect holiday dog recipe for those who want to keep their trusted companion safe and healthy during the festive season. This delicious biscuit is made with natural ingredients that are known to be safe for dogs, and it is also Vet proof! You can relax knowing that your dog won't suffer any damage while enjoying this wonderful gift. Even if your pet is a picky eater, you can find HERE some creative ways for your pet to enjoy this recipe.

Why making your own dog treats is a good idea.

Ingredients you'll need for Blackberry Biscuit:

A little about blackberries

Blackberries are not only a delicious fruit, but they also contain vitamins A and C, antioxidants, and a lot of fiber, which promotes good health. All these nutrients work together to support a healthy immune system, making blackberries an ideal ingredient for a holiday dog treat.

How to make the blackberry biscuit dog treat


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Mix each ingredient in a sizable bowl until everything is properly combined.
  3. Place spoonsful of batter on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Flatten slightly with the back of a spoon.
  4. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until golden brown.
  5. Allow to cool completely before feeding to your dog. Enjoy!

Tips for storing and serving your homemade Blackberry Biscuit

  1. For up to a week, keep your blackberry biscuits in the refrigerator in an airtight container.
  2. These treats are best served cold, so put them in the freezer for a few minutes before giving them to your pup.
  3. If you're feeling extra generous, you can top each biscuit with a little dollop of all-natural peanut butter or yogurt.

Nutritional information of Blackberry Biscuits

Whole wheat flour, organic rolled oats, organic blackberries, organic peanut butter, organic honey, and filtered water.

Calories 62 calories
Protein: 2g
Fat: 0.7g
Fiber: 7.6 g
Carbohydrates: 13.8g
Sugar: 7g

It's important to remember that dogs are not exempt from the risks associated with holiday sweets. Many popular holiday foods, such as chocolate and raisins, can be poisonous to dogs. It's crucial to make sure that any holiday goodies you give your dog are approved by a veterinarian.

What kind of desserts can dogs have?

Homemade desserts such as blackberry biscuits, sweet potatoes, pumpkin flavored cakes, and cookies are great for dogs.

What kind of flour is safe for dogs?

Wheat flour is a popular choice of flour for dog treats that can be found in grocery stores. It is made from whole grain wheat, making it a healthy and nutritious option for your pet.

There's no need to worry about your pet missing out on the holiday fun this year. With some advanced preparation and a tried-and-true recipe, you can make sure that your dog has a safe and delicious holiday season. From all of us here at 24Petwatch, we hope you have a pawsome holiday.