Homemade Football Party Dog Treats

Homemade Football Party Dog Treats

Are you ready for some football? Get ready to rumble and cheer on your favorite NFL team. Plan your big party (even if it’s just you and your dog on the invite list), don your favorite NFL team jersey, dress your dog in their own NFL jersey, and get your game day snacks ready.

Ever notice the look on your dogs face when you’re chowing down on your football party treats? It’s a combination of deep longing and sheer disbelief that you aren’t sharing with them. There’s a simple solution to this problem. Include your dog in your football party food menu and make them their own delicious Game Day dog treats.

After all, they are part of the family, so make them feel like one.

 

Homemade Football Party Dog Treats

 

Homemade Dog Biscuits with Peanut Butter Glaze:

Who doesn’t love peanut butter? Your Pooch will love these homemade dog biscuits with a peanut butter glaze.

  • 1 cup pumpkin
  • 1/2 cup peanut butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/4 cup oil*
  • 2 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda

To make the glaze:

  • 2 tablespoons bacon grease, coconut oil, chicken fat, or any other fat that will solidify at room temperature, melted
  • 1/4 cup smooth peanut butter

INSTRUCTIONS:

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Combine pumpkin, peanut butter, eggs, and oil in a bowl. Add in baking soda and whole wheat flour. Stir until a stiff dough forms. Knead dough or mix just until flour is incorporated.

Roll out dough with a rolling pin and use a cookie cutter to cut out dog bone shapes, or just bake into little circles like cookies. Bake for 15 minutes.

Whisk the bacon grease and peanut butter until very smooth. Drizzle over the treats and cool till glaze hardens (it does best in the fridge or freezer).

 

Peanut Butter, Banana, and Yogurt ‘Pupsicles’:

Is it NFL preseason and still hot outside? Cool your pup off with these frozen delectables.

 

  • 4 cups (32-ounce container) plain yogurt
  • 1 large banana
  • 4 tablespoons peanut butter
  • Coconut or olive oil cooking spray
  • Small dog treats like milk bones for the popsicle “sticks”

Blend yogurt, banana, and peanut butter in blender.

Place small cups in a rimmed baking pan and spray with cooking spray. (Instead of cups, you can use a silicone mold.)

Fill cups half way with yogurt mixture then place one treat in each cup to serve as an edible popsicle stick.

Transfer pan to freezer and freeze for 2 to 3 hours.

Remove a “pupsicle” from the freezer and hold onto the stick as your football fan dog enjoys his treat. Or, let him have at it.

Cheddar Bacon Dog Treats

What dog doesn’t love bacon? Make your dog part of the team by making them these delicious treats.

Makes about 10 treats

  • 1 ½ cups rolled oats
  • ½ cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 4 strips bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • 2 eggs

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

Add oats, cheese, and bacon to the bowl of a food processor and process until ingredients reach a crumb-like consistency.

Add two eggs to food processor and process until mixture resembles a sticky dough.

Sprinkle flour or finely ground oats onto a wood cutting board and roll out dough to about ¼-inch thick. Using a cookie cutter, cut out dough into desired shape.

Transfer dog treats to a parchment-lined baking sheet and cook for 20 minutes.

Cool treats completely and store in an airtight glass or plastic container.

Feed to your dog in your favorite NFL team dog bowl as you cheer on your team.

 

Are you throwing a game day party complete with a NFL decorated cake, how about giving your four legged friend party goers their own specially made cake.

Dog Football Party Cake:

  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup cooking oil
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/3 cup honey (optional)
  • 1 cup shredded carrots
  • 1 cup whole wheat or white flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda

 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 6 cup ring mold.

Combine the egg, peanut butter, oil, vanilla, and honey, if desired, in a large bowl; blend well. Stir in the carrots and mix thoroughly. Sift together the flour and baking soda and fold into the carrot mixture. Spoon cake batter into prepared pan.

Bake in preheated oven for 40 minutes. Let cake cool in pan for 10 minutes; then turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

For an extra special treat, make this dog friendly frosting.

Cream Cheese Frosting for Dogs:

Yields: Makes ½ Cup

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Note: This frosting stays soft.

Ingredients:

  • 1 (4 oz.) package low fat cream cheese
  • 1 tablespoon honey or maple syrup

Preparation Instructions:

Let cream cheese come to room temperature.

Whip with honey until fluffy.

Decorate using a piping bag or spatula.

Make it your favorite NFL team colors using one drop natural food coloring or ¼ teaspoon dried powder.

Or go all out and decorate it with your favorite NFL players jersey.

Last but not least

What kind of football party doesn’t include nachos? While you are munching through your homemade nachos, give your favorite fan their own (do not feed your dog your nachos if you don’t want a sick dog!)

Dog nachos are simple to make and you might already have the ingredients on hand.

Start with something crunchy (jerky strips, home made sweet potato chips, biscuits).

Add the following toppings:

Wet dog foot

Carrots

 

Now don’t feed your dog too many of these, but they will love them!

dog treats, organic dog treats, healthy dog treats

 

When you are getting ready for your big football party, don’t forget to include the family dog. Dress them in your favorite NFL team football jersey, break out your football team decorated dog feeding supplies, and make some, or all of these delicious dog treats and make your pal part of your football fan team. While you cheer on your favorite NFL team, your dog will be cheering you on for including him in your football party feeding frenzy, and you won’t feel guilty for indulging without her.

18 thoughts on “Homemade Football Party Dog Treats”

  1. I must say that you are a true fan. I am guilty of leaving the family dog out of all the excitement, I even lock him away in a room to stop him from disturbing my guests. 

    After reading your article, I’d happy involve him the next time I watch sports. I only hope he will be well behaved and not sniff at my guests. 

    Regards

    1. I hope you include him in your football watching,I know my dogs absolutely love it! They get so thrilled about being a prt of the fun that they forget to misbehave especially when there are treats involved LOL

  2. I absolutely love this insightful article because it is full of great information. This is fascinating and interesting to me.This article is best for arranging a NFL party with my dog. I will be following every of the guided steps in preparing his meal and dressing him with my best favourite jersey. It will be maximum of fun. Thanks for taking your time to write this article. Regards 

  3. Wow this is so cute! I’ve been trying to find a unique gift anywhere for my friend. She’s got a new puppy after her previous one died and she also happens to be a die-hard football fan. The peanut butter taste is an awesome touch, I tried making a similar taste before and my dog loved it! 

    The cheddar bacon sounds superb but won’t the cheese make them gain weight more? Just curious 😀

    1. Well just like us yes the too much cheese and other good stuff can make us gain weight. But these treats are only meant to be treats in moderation so with plenty of exercise which from experience puppies have,I know mine does! It will be fine. So far I will say we have 2 and they both love the peanut butter glaze ones

  4. Well, my little cousin and I just stumbled on this article, and as we were going through it, she said she doesn’t want her dog to be too fat. And that she will be too fat if she is treated this way. Well that is on a lighter note. This article is quite incredibly informative.really,i mean those procedures and I ingredient involved in making Homemade Dog Biscuits with Peanut Butter Glaze, and the rest of others. I am going to bookmark this page for future use. I need to try them too

    1. Our dogs absolutely love the peanut butter glaze biscuits. I believe homemade treats are so much better for our fur babies than what is in packaged store bought.

  5. This is really an exciting post homemade dog party treats. Actually I have never thought about taking my dog(Sparky) to watch local competitions around. Well that’s gonna be fun taking it along and giving him a nice treat of Homemade Dog Biscuits with Peanut Butter Glaze or the Cheddar Bacon Dog Treats. Sparky naturally likes bacon and no doubt he’s gonna like this delicious homage I will make. Thanks for listing the recipes and the steps for preparing them. This is really been helpful. Thanks alot. 

    1. You are most welcome. They are a lot of fun to make and the pups do love them for sure. My household the peanut butter ones are the biggest hit so far.

  6. I like football party dog treats when I dress up my dog in my very favorite NFL Jessey. My dog mood changes and the face looked brighter because I have made her feel like she is part of the family. I tried preparing bacon for my dog but I didn’t actually get it right the way I wanted because my houselhelp who does it was not at home. Even at that my dog still had fun with us. I have got the tips on bacon now in your article and I even need to get a bowel for my dog soon. 

  7. Ow that’s a great thing for my pet. And I have noticed to my dog “Tommy” that when I enjoy a party. That’s a great idea by you that I should include my dog in my football party menu and make them their own delicious Game Day dog treats. Here you provided easy steps about how can I make biscuits for my Tommy. I’ve followed all of your instructions and I’m sure that my Tommy definitely gonna like this one. The party cake will be more useful for Tommy. Because when I cut a cake on my party my Tommy can also enjoy that party having a cake. Where I could get NFL team dog bowl?
    Overall, Thank you so much for suggesting this amazing method with us.

  8. I love these recipes. The dogs would really love these ones. I really like the Dog football party cake. I was at my friend’s dog football party and the nachos was a hit. I forgot to take a recipe from her. Even though these recipes would take some time to get together,it would definitely be worth it.I think I would share this post with my friends, our pets deserve the best.

    1. That is awesome that your friend had a party so you know what I am talking about. Our dogs love it when they have play dates and get togethers!! Yes please share and enjoy the recipes they are not diffult to make and much better than buying from the store

  9. Excellent article! I’m sure you’re a pet lover. At the time of the football party, the environment in our home will be a little overwhelming when our dog wears a favorite team jersey. The party will look more interesting. I think Homemade Dog Biscuits with Peanut Butter will be delicious to the dog. The dog also enjoys the party properly. Thank you very much.

  10. Thank you for sharing ¨Homemade Football Party Dog Treats¨.  For me is Football Dog Treat Cookies with whole anise seeds. Dogs just LOVE the smell and flavor of anise cookies!

    Tips to make them. Originally I used an icing bag with royal icing to put the lacing on these footballs. The royal icing that I use then was made from a recipe for people. It didn’t stick to the cookies as well as I would have liked, and the icing bag was difficult to control.

    So, I suggest that, if these are for a dog bakery that will be shipping orders through the mail or by UPS, they won´t ship well if you decorate these dog treats the way I did then. The little lacings will fall off the cookies

    There are some easier (and better ) ways to do this. One is dog treat icing- because of the high sugar content in people Royal icing, I now use a dog treat icing made especially for dogs. The dog cooking icing mix that I now use is sugarless, really easy to work with, and I find it economical for these cookies.

    Even if you decide not to decorate them, put this dog treat recipe in your dog cookie recipes file and use the treats for everyday dog treats or puppy training treats. The smell of anise seeds in the oven will drive both of you and your dog crazy!

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