Delicious dog-friendly Christmas recipes

Delicious dog-friendly Christmas recipes

Christmas is a holiday largely defined by the festive food it brings to the table. When December finally arrives, we begin eagerly indulging in mince pies, stollen, nuts, tubs of celebrations, and more – all whilst looking forward to a fantastic Christmas dinner on the day. We, in many ways, celebrate Christmas through the foods we eat – meaning many dog owners don’t want their furry friends to miss out!

Thankfully, they don’t need to! Here are our favourite delicious dog-friendly Christmas recipes you can use to make mouth-watering treats for your furry friend.

Dog-Friendly Mince Pies

As grapes and raisins are extremely toxic for dogs, traditional mince pies are a no-go. Fortunately, we’ve created a recipe with the help of Hannah Corbett from Ready, Steady, Raw that’s perfectly safe for man’s best friend!

Cranberry Cookies

Cranberries are incredibly healthy snacks for dogs; they are a good source of vitamin C, manganese, vitamin E and K, fibre, and polyphenols. Adding them to tasty cookies makes for a perfect festive treat!

Frozen Yoghurt Bark

For a frosty, wintery treat in lickable form, try our frozen yoghurt bark. Berries are packed with antioxidants and enriching vitamins, whilst being lower in sugars than other fruits. For  extra gut health nourishment, try swapping out the yoghurt for goat’s milk kefir yoghurt and provide your dog with a probiotic boost too.

Alternatively, for fuss free Christmas rewards to delight your dog this holiday season, try our Christmas treat hampers, packed full of nutritious, natural chews and treats.