Healthy, Easter Dog Treats: 3-ingredient Easy Recipe - Canine Compilation
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Healthy, Easter Dog Treats: 3-ingredient Easy Recipe

This Super Easy, Easter Dog Biscuit Recipe Has Just 3 Ingredients

When you make your own dog treats, you can be sure of what you’re giving your dog. So many treats are full of cheap, unhealthy fillers. Not these! These Easter dog treats have only wholesome, nutritious ingredients. Plus, they’re quick and easy to make!

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Although there are just 3 ingredients, you can swap out the protein for a different protein, and likewise for the flour.


You can make these treats with chicken, turkey or rabbit.

I often use ground or minced rabbit in my treats. I am lucky enough to have a local butcher who sells rabbits that are hunted from a nearby country estate, so they are free range rabbits too!

I cook the whole rabbit in a slow cooker until the meat is tender. Then I carefully remove the bones: rabbit has lots of little tiny bones, so if you plan to do this yourself, be very thorough! You don’t want bits of bone sneaking into your Easter dog treats.

Then I put the meat in the food processor and blitz it until I have finely ground rabbit mince. I keep the bones and make bone broth with them – great for lots of other treats and for whenever my dog has a sensitive stomach!

Rabbit is a fantastic protein for dogs:

  • High in vitamins B3 and B12
  • High in phosphorus, potassium and selenium
  • Rich in Omega fatty acids
  • Low in fat

However, not everyone has the option of buying rabbit. If that’s you, some lean turkey mince or ground chicken will do just fine.


I do not use all purpose flour at all in my dog treats – see here for more information about what flour is best for dog treats.

Instead, for these Easter dog biscuits, I use oatmeal (ground oats) or almond flour (ground almonds), or a blend of the two.

If you don’t have oatmeal, but you do have oats, you can easily grind up oats for your dog treat recipes in a food processor, or even better, a coffee / nut grinder. I don’t use my coffee grinder for coffee at all!

A coffee grinder is useful for so much more than grinding coffee.

In fact, I never use mine for coffee. It’s dedicated to grinding oats, nuts, seeds and even dried fruit for my dog treats.



I didn’t bother to decorate these biscuits, but you could easily pipe on some pretty features if you wanted to.


  • Rolling pin
  • Weighing scales
  • Bowl
  • Baking tray
  • Greaseproof / parchment paper
  • Cookie cutters
  • Food processor
  • (optional) grinder to grind oats

I have a set of cute cookie cutters that are perfect for Easter dog biscuits



  • 100gr / 3.5oz ground meat: rabbit / turkey / chicken
  • 100gr / 3.5oz almond flour or oatmeal, or a combination of the two
  • 90gr / 3.5oz pumpkin puree, unsweetened


  • Step 1. Preheat the oven to 170 deg C / 340 deg F
  • Step 2. Put the ingredients in a food processor and mix until they are blended together well in a dough
  • Step 3. Pat the dough into a ball. Put it between 2 pieces of greaseproof or parchment paper and roll it out to a thickness of around 1/4″ or 5-6mm
  • Step 4. Cut out biscuits using the cookie cutters
  • Step 5. Place the biscuits on greaseproof or parchment paper on a baking tray
  • Step 6. Bake for 25 minutes at 170 deg C / 340 def F. If you rolled your biscuits out thicker, they need a little longer in the oven. Likewise, if yours are thinner, they will cook faster. They should be golden brown in colour
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These Easter dog treats will keep for 4-5 days once cooked. To make them last longer, you can dehydrate them.

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If you liked making these treats, why not try some more baked dog treat recipes:

Turkey and carrot dog treats

Fruity oat balls

Lickimat recipe book


Rabbit meat nutrients

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