Homemade fall treats!

Written by @razzothebernese

Hi, I’m Razzo, an 8-month-old Bernese Mountain dog. My mom says I’m a smart, sassy, and smiley boy! More importantly, I’m a serious foodie and happen to be the lead Taste Taster behind my mom’s homemade dog treats! A very prestigious position indeed. She started experimenting with baking treats a few days after I arrived home. I began to sit by her feet and watch, making sure everything was up to snuff.

It smelled good up there! Mom was happily surprised by how easy (and cost effective) treats were to make herself…and she hasn’t stopped since! I know, I’m one lucky pup. Fast forward a few months, the two of us are now in the kitchen every week trying new ingredients and recipes.

In under an hour, with a few healthy ingredients, you too can whip up a fresh batch of baked treats for your dog to enjoy!

(Disclaimer: we are by no means professional bakers, so if we can make them, you can too!)

Fall Apple Cinnamon Baked Dog Treats!

Prep 20 minutes

Bake 20-25 minutes

Oven 350°F (175°C)

Total 45 minutes

Yield 25 large treats


*1 cup unsweetened apple sauce *1 tbsp honey *1 tbsp cinnamon

*1 tbsp ground flax seed (optional) *1 tsp coconut oil (optional) *1 cup of whole oats

*2 cups oat flour (or ground oats)

Because the base of this recipe is ground oats, it results in gluten free dog treats.


1) Preheat oven to 350°F (175°C).

2) Mix unsweetened apple sauce, honey, cinnamon, ground flax seed (optional), coconut oil (optional), and whole oats in a bowl.

1) Slowly add oat flour (or ground oats) and mix. Add water as needed to help make the dough workable. Use hands to knead dough.

2) Roll the dough on a lightly floured surface about ¼ inch thick.

3) Use