Home · Recipes · Dog Treats Homemade Sweet Potato Dog Treats Author: Maryanne CabreraPublished: Aug 13, 2014Updated: Apr 21, 2021 View Recipe93 ReviewsThis post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure policy. Dogs are part of the family! Treat them like one with these super easy to make sweet potato dog treat biscuits! Get ready. Today we are going to talk DOGS! Is it unusual to make your dog homemade treats? No. Trust me, this super easy sweet potato dog treat biscuits recipe will have you baking a batch before you know it. At the Kroger Abound Pet Food event, I learned about the ingenious idea of using baby food to make dog treats. Dog Biscuit Ingredients Baby food is the perfect base for dog treats. For the most part, it’s made out of pureed fruits and vegetables with a little water to thin it out. Today’s treats are made with sweet potato. Instead of spending half an hour cooking a sweet potato and then pureeing it and waiting for it to cool, buy baby food! I got two 3.5 oz containers for $1. Those two small containers will make 4 dozen treats! Using four ingredients (gluten-free flour, rolled oats, honey, and sweet potato baby food), I created these little heart shaped biscuit treats for Charlie. I opted for a gluten-free flour, but all-purpose flour and whole wheat flour is perfectly acceptable if your furry friend has no wheat allergies. (I used the heart from this metal cookie cutter set.) Just like the cakes, cookies, and other desserts I make for my family, I like to know what’s in the treats I feed Charlie. For me, there’s nothing worse than not knowing what the heck you’re eating. To make these treats crunchy, they are baked until crisp. If you want that nice shiny golden coating, brush a little egg wash before baking. And yes, I sampled a little to make sure they taste fine. The honey adds just a tiny bit of sweetness that makes Charlie love them! Treat Storage Store these sweet potato dog biscuits in an airtight container at room temperature for up to four days. For longer storage, keep them in the fridge for up to two weeks or in the freezer for up to two months. More Dog Treat Recipes Peanut Butter Apple Pupcake Dog Bone Biscuits Blueberry Oatmeal Dog Treats Homemade Sweet Potato Dog Biscuit Treats 5 from 1 vote Dogs are part of the family! Treat them like one with these super easy to make sweet potato dog biscuits!Yield: about 2 dozen heart biscuits Prep Time: 10 minutes minutesCook Time: 30 minutes minutesTotal Time: 40 minutes minutes Servings: 24 heart biscuits Print Recipe Pin Recipe Rate Recipe Ingredients3.5 oz container sweet potato baby food*¾ cup + 1 Tablespoon gluten-free flour*, (like Cup4Cup)¼ cup rolled oats1 Tablespoon honey1 large egg, beaten Instructions Preheat oven to 350°F. Line baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.In a medium bowl, combine sweet potato baby food, flour, rolled oats and honey. Use a sturdy spatula to combine everything together. Dump contents to a lightly floured working surface and knead dough together.Pat or roll dough to a thickness of about ¼ to ½-inch. Use desired cookie cutters to punch of shapes. Stick to one or two similar sized shapes to ensure even baking.Place cutouts on prepared baking sheet. Lightly brush the tops of cutouts with beaten egg wash.Bake for 25-30 minutes until biscuits are crisp and golden in color. Rotate pan midway through baking. Let treats cool in pan before treating your dog. NotesIngredients: If your dog has no wheat/gluten allergies, you can use all-purpose flour or whole-wheat flour. Storage: The treats can be kept in an airtight container at room temperature for a few days. For longer storage, I suggest keeping them in the fridge or freezer. Author: Maryanne Cabrera Course: SnackCuisine: AmericanKeyword: homemade dog treat, sweet potato dog treats, sweet potato dog biscuit Did you make this recipe?Show us on Instagram! 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To enter giveaway leave a comment below. Tell me your furry friend’s name and their favorite treat! [CLOSED] Disclosure: The Abound Prize Pack and Gift Card is provided by Kroger. I received the same products for Charlie to try. All opinions are my own.