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8 Healthy Easter Treats for Your Pup (Plus a Passover Cookie)

8 Healthy Easter Treats for Your Pup (Plus a Passover Cookie)

. 2 min read

While we humans are gorging on sugary Peeps and chocolate bunnies, you can whip up some nutritious treats for your pup to indulge in. Check out the recipes for these healthy, dog-friendly versions of some our Easter favorites—plus a kosher treat, too.

1. Carrot Mini-Muffins


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Unsweetened applesauce and cinnamon, known for its anti-inflammatory properties, make these mini treats majorly healthy.

2. Cream Cheese Easter Nests


Dalmatian DIY

Coconut flour takes the place of wheat to make these treats so nutritious (and fiber-rich!)

3. Carrot-Apple Bunnies



Carrots, apples, and olive oil make pups hop-py to snack on these healthy cookies.

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4. Easter Egg Carob Treats


Dalmatian DIY

While you're chowing down on those Cadbury Eggs, give your pup these treats packed with carob chips, which are loaded with vitamins B1 and A.

5. Peanut Butter Carrot Cake


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Does your pup suffer from springtime allergies? This cake is sweetened with honey which can help treat your dog's runny nose and itchy eyes.

6. Peeps Dog Treats



Honey, carrots and peanut butter strike again in this recipe for pup-friendly Peeps.

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7. Woof Loaf



Turkey, peas, and carrots make this treat more nutritious than your typical meatloaf.

8. Kosher Treats


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For all our Passover-celebrating pups out there, these kosher cookies are made with whole wheat flour, oats and peanut butter.

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