By Priyanka Kaushal*

Recipe Source –okonomikitchen.com

Veganism is not just an eating pattern or a choice of food, but a lifestyle having rationale behind whatever we decide to eat. When one goes vegan, he chooses not to consume dairy, eggs, or any other products of animal origin, in addition to refraining from meat, as vegetarians do. Currently,Veganism is defined as a way of living, which attempts to exclude all forms of animal exploitation and cruelty, be it in the form of food, clothing, or any other thing. Now that we have spoken about excluding animal cruelty, those who do not want their pooches also to consume non-vegetarian food, are often left with very meagre options to choose from. Don’t be disheartened, we have brought a homemade recipe for you, which is completely vegan and safe for your furry friends.

Why to Opt for Making Homemade Dog Treats?

  • You know exactly whatingredients they’ll be made of!
  • They’re comparatively cheaper
  • You can customize it in accordance with what your puppy likes!

Super Secret Ingredients:

  • Pumpkin puree– Homemade or canned with only pumpkin as the ingredient. Pumpkin is actually really good for dogs because it’s nutrients rich!
  • Peanut butter– Not only humans but their pupperstoo go crazy for this ingredient. Make sure to use one that has only peanut butter as the ingredient!
  • Flax Meal– It helps in maintaining healthy skin and coat.
  • Oat flour(made from gluten free rolled oats) – To be used as a base. It is fiber rich and is a good option for gluten sensitive dogs.
  • And someCinnamon is optional; however, it helps with their breath.

Yes, with just these four ingredients you are good to go! Hard to believe but true…

Let us make you believe.

Following is The Recipe of Making Vegan Pumpkin Dog Treats:

You need to combine all aforementioned ingredients together and then one simple thing you need to do is follow the steps of making conventional dog biscuits i.e. roll out the dough and cut it into cookies. (Cookie cutters are easily available in the market).After cutting a considerable number of cookies out of your dough, you can bake them as you would do in case of regular cookies. The longer they bake, the crispier the cookies get but make sure not to burn them.

Now let’s see… How to Store These Vegan Pumpkin Dog Treats

As these dog treats hardly contain any preservatives, they will last for about a week when kept in refrigerator and for about three months, if kept in freezer.

Super easy! Isn’t it?

Do try this recipe at home to reward your beloved pets. If you recreate this recipe, then share pictures of your super treats with us at creaturecompanion@lbassociates.com or post your pictures on instagram and tag us @creature_companion. Your vegan treats may get a chance to get displayed on our page and will surely deserve a mention in our succeeding edition.

*Editor- Creature Companion

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