Happy blueberry season, humans! Not only does the sweet fruit taste delicious to dogs, it also has a ton of health benefits for your pup—they're packed with antioxidants, have anti-inflammatory properties, the list goes on. Here are some of the best blueberry-based treat recipes we could find (we won't judge if you snack on some, too)
Blueberry + Coconut Oil Biscuits
Sprinkles and Sea Salt
This four-ingredient recipe is so easy to make—you probably have them in your pantry already! The coconut oil can help improve your pup's skin and coat quality, as well as improve cognitive function.
Blueberry Peanut Butter Bites
This super snack is loaded with antioxidants and protein from the peanut butter, to keep your pup full and energized.
Yogurt and Berry Pupsicles
Gemma's Bigger Bolder Baking
These icy treats are loaded with awesome probiotics from the yogurt, which will help balance the healthy bacteria in your pup's belly. The strawberries are also packed with antioxidants, fiber and vitamin C.
The Redhead Baker
These treats contain fiber-packed oats, applesauce (which you can feed your pup as long as it's sugar and preservative-free) and are full of vitamin A and C.
Blueberry Goat Cheese Crackers
The Doggy Dessert Chef
Unless your pup is lactose intolerant, cheese is totally okay for them to snack on (in moderation!) And the basil has antioxidant, antiviral and antimicrobial properties.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Squares
Girl in the Little Red Kitchen
These pretty treats contain some of pups' favorite ingredients including peanut butter, yogurt, bananas (which are full of manganese, potassium and fiber), and of course berries.
Gluten-Free Blueberry Cookies
Lola The Pitty
Got a gluten-sensitive pup? These treats are made with almond and rice flour so they won't upset stomachs--and they contain extra virgin olive oil, which can actually help dogs lose weight, as well as improve their immune function.
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