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  • Make your own no bake coconut dog treats. With just 4 ingredients and 4 easy to follow steps they're quick, easy and yummy to make! Get the free recipe now. | No Bake Coconut Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
  • No Bake Coconut Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
  • Make your own no bake coconut dog treats. With just 4 ingredients and 4 easy to follow steps they're quick, easy and yummy to make! Get the free recipe now. | No Bake Coconut Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy
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No Bake Coconut Dog Treats

Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

Photography: Serena Faber Nelson

Styling: Serena Faber Nelson

Everyone’s coconuts for coconuts these days. To get your dog in on the act, try these no bake coconut dogs treats! With just 4 ingredients and 4 easy to follow steps, your dog will be chowing down in no time.

INGREDIENTS

1/3 Cup Coconut Oil
2-3 Tablespoons Peanut Butter
2 1/2 Cups Rolled Oats
1/3 Cup Finely Shredded Coconut

No Bake Coconut Dog Treats – TO MAKE

1. Add Coconut Oil, Peanut Butter and Rolled Oats to food processor and mix until well combined.
2. Scoop out bite sized pieces with a spoon and roll into little balls.
3. Toss each ball gently in the finely shredded coconut until well coated.
4. Place on a flat tray lined with baking paper, refrigerate for 30 minutes and serve.

 

Make your own no bake coconut dog treats. With just 4 ingredients and 4 easy to follow steps they're quick, easy and yummy to make! Get the free recipe now. | No Bake Coconut Dog Treat Recipe | Pretty Fluffy

HANDY HINTS!

* Makes approximately 20 treats.
* If the mixture is too dry or wet simply add extra oats or coconut oil to correct.

** The above recipe is for treats only and should not replace your dog’s regular meal plans. Always check with your vet about any major changes to your dog’s diet.

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41 responses to “No Bake Coconut Dog Treats”

  1. Kayla says:

    Yummy! Lucy’s birthday is coming up in a couple of weeks. I might have to try these out for her! : )

    Kayla
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  2. cate says:

    Oh my, lucky Soda – I fancy one of those myself right now 🙂

  3. Andrea says:

    Yum! These look amazing – thanks for sharing!

  4. Greenderella says:

    Sounds great! I will make them for my dog Fritzi (and maybe also try one myself ;-))

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  6. These look great, I’m envious! Are we allowed to test one before sharing them with out fluffy friends?!

  7. KY says:

    Made it and my JRT went NUTS over it!! And I tasted it too.. yummy!

    Thanks for the great recipe!

  8. Angie says:

    Oh yum… I’m definitely going to make these for our doggie. One of the things I’ll do on Maternity Leave! Hope you don’t mind I’d like to post this recipe on my blog but will definitely make sure I credit and state you as the source 100%

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  10. michael says:

    What a great recipe! I can’t wait to try these! It says it makes 20 but I only have 1 dog. Should they be stored in the refrigerator and how long do they last?

    • Serena Faber Nelson says:

      Thanks! They can be stored at room temperature (or the fridge for hot days) and best consumed within the week. Or you can freeze them and then thaw later on 🙂

  11. Andrea says:

    I made them tonight, kids enjoyed making them, and so did the puppies… but think I made them wrong due to how messy they were while making! lol

    • Rowanvamp0 says:

      IF they were messy did you follow the directions excalty we just made them tonight and DIDN”T food process it all together just the oats and it was a mess!! Try it again and just process all the ingredients together..it worked for us!

  12. Rowanvamp0 says:

    We just made these tonight and the dogs went wild!!! First off please pay attention to the directions and don’t take shortcuts like we and just food process the oats..MISTAKE you MUST COMBINE ALL INGREDIENTS for it to work or you will not get a solid like consistency to form into ball. We DIDN”T follow directions and it wouldn’t form into a ball no matter how many oats we added!!! NOW we did correct our mistake and added it all into the food processor as the directions state and VOILA it WORKED!!! Now we have lovely treats in the fridge all ready for bedtime snacks.

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  14. Evan says:

    These are high in saturated fat and calories, especially for little guys or ones prone to pancreatitis. Something more vegetable based might be better.

    • Serena Faber Nelson says:

      Hi Evan, They’re definitely designed for treats only, and we have lots of vegetable based treats in our recipe section – hope you can check them out! 🙂

  15. Sindee says:

    Hi Serena,

    The recipe looks fantastic but any substitution suggestion for the peanut butter?

    Thanks.

  16. Charlotte says:

    Mine did not stick together. I even added more peanut butter and coconut oil. I ended up putting the mixture in a baking pan and pressing it in. AFter I refrigerated it I tried cutting in squares and it fell apart. What did I do wrong? The dogs do like it but I have to feed them the loose oats.

  17. suzanne miles says:

    These look yummy. Can people eat them also?

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  19. Carissa says:

    Did you use the oil as a liquid or in solid form?

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