Two sizes of bone shaped dog treats sit on a white plate. A skeleton hand reaches for a tempting bone treat.

Halloween is a time of goodies for our little ones, but what about our four-legged friends? These simple 2-ingredient Halloween Dog Treats will give your dog something to bark about too. We baked up these dog treats in just 30 minutes, and our dogs were crowding under our feet the whole time looking for where the delicious smell was coming from.

We got this sensational recipe from Spoiled Hounds, an amazing dog recipe website you should definitely check out. This is one of the few dog treat recipes we have tried where our dogs were literally moaning under foot as soon as we cracked that baby food jar. She definitely knows how to make dog pleasing treats!

All you need for these dog treats are:

Meat Based Baby Food

1-1/14 Cups Oat Flour (we used minute oats and just blended them in a coffee grinder.)

Cookie Cutter

How to make:

Mix approximately 4 ounces of baby food with one cup of oat flour. Mix until they form a dough. If your dough is too sticky to cut shapes from, add more flour. If it’s too dry and crumbly, add more baby food. When your dough is complete, it should be easily shaped into a ball.

Smooth some more flour onto your work surface and flatten the dough until you can make cookie cutter cut outs. We made creepy skeleton bones, but you can cut them out in any shape! Bats, ghosts, or just shape them into balls if you’d rather not have a Halloween theme.

Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. Our batch made 70 small bones and 4 big ones.

Taste Test

Rocco, our eldest dog, could not get enough of these treats!! All of our other dogs ate them, but weren’t quite as obsessed as Rocco. Since none of them are usually baked good fans, we were pleased that they were edible to all dogs and well-liked by at least one.


These Halloween dog treats contain meat and have no preservatives. Store them in the fridge if they’re going to be eaten within a week, and in the freezer if you need more time. They will mold eventually if you don’t.

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By Andrea

Andrea is a dedicated dog mom of three chihuahuas. She has over a decade of experience as a dog groomer, chihuahua owner, and more recently as a dog trainer. She loves all things canine, particularly chihuahuas.

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