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Celebrate Fall with Apple Pie Dog Treats Recipe

The leaves are changing and it’s time to celebrate Fall with your Tripawd dog! You can get started with this pawesome apple pie dog treats recipe from Paw Patch Pastries.

Apple Pie Dog Treats
Make homemade apple pie for your Tripawd dog!

Made with honey, apples, cinnamon, oats and applesauce, this Apple Pie Bark Bars recipe from Auntie Carla of Paw Patch Pastries in San Francisco is tasty enough for you and your pup.

Apple Pie Dog Treats Instructions


6 apples, all peeled and cored

3 cups rolled oats

1 tablespoon honey

2 teaspoons cinnamon

2 tablespoons water

1/4 cup applesauce

Apple Pie Dog Treats Recipe
Apple Pie Bark Bars from Paw Patch Pastries. Click to enlarge.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees

Dice 2 apples

Take other 3 apples and puree in a blender to make into an applesauce

Combine the diced apples and all dry ingredients in a medium bowl and mix well

Add wet ingredients to the same bowl and mix until all dry ingredients are moist

Line a baking pan with parchment paper

Firmly pack mixture into the pan

Bake until golden brown and slightly crisp, about 40-50 minutes

Remove from the oven and allow to cool for about 15 minutes

Cut into squares for bark-sized bars and watch your dog devour them!

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6 thoughts on “Celebrate Fall with Apple Pie Dog Treats Recipe”

  1. I want to make these but I have a question for anyone who’s made them. The recipe says to make apple sauce out of some of the apples and it also calls for applesauce. Is this accurate? Both a homemade applesauce and additional applesauce? Anyone made them and know?

  2. Hey Shari! Good catch, that is kinda confusing isn’t it? I think you use fresh apples more for texture than anything, then add the applesauce as a liquid binder. Yeah I believe it’s correct. I plan on making them this week. Stay tuned!

  3. The recipe was a HUGE success. Sander ( the recent Tripaw) and Griff
    ( Sander’s support dog through all the tests and surgery) both loved the Apple Pie Bark Bars. They are still both hanging around the kitchen and hoping for more! Thanksgiving is not a holiday here in Australia however, this treat really is a celebration.
    Your site has been such a great help to me since Sander was diagnosed with a malignant cancer of his front left paw resulting in major surgery. His vets were wonderful and the advice I have gained from your site has been great.
    Best wishes and thank you. Dell ( Perth, Western Australia)


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