17 Great Recipes To Stuff In Dog Chew Toys

17 Great Recipes To Stuff In Dog Chew Toys

Dogs chew toys are very popular for many reasons. For one, dogs love them. They satisfy their natural desire to chew. Appropriate chew toys have saved countless owners the pain of discovering that their dog chewed up something that was not meant for sharp canine teeth.

By themselves, most chews are attractive to dogs. But when you add a tasty treat inside, they become irresistible and can help keep even the most active pup occupied, at least for a little while.

Here are some of our favorite chew toy stuffing recipes. Be sure to clean toys between each use-most toys can be cleaned by putting on the top rack of the dishwasher.

1. Crunchy Munchy Pigskins

1 egg
1 cup plain, unflavored pork rinds
1 teaspoon low fat cream cheese

Mix broken up pork rinds and raw egg in a bowl, covering the rinds with the egg. If you prefer to use a cooked egg, soft boil, cook sunny side up, or gently cook in the microwave so that the yolk is still soft and somewhat runny. Add cream cheese, mix well. Stuff into toy. Avoid this treat if your dog has pancreatitis or is on a low-fat diet.

2. TV Dinner

Left-over cooked meat such as chicken, turkey or beef
Frozen peas and carrots
Mashed sweet potatoes

Add meat, frozen vegetable mix, and mashed potatoes to a bowl. Mix well. Stuff in toy.

3. Overnight Oats

1 packet of plain, single serving instant oats
1 pinch cinnamon
1 tablespoon plain Greek yogurt
Dash of fruit such as diced fresh apple or frozen berries

Mix oatmeal with yogurt, cinnamon, and fruit. Allow to sit overnight. Divide into portions. Mix again before stuffing into the toy.

4. Pumpkin Pie

2 tablespoons of plain cooked, canned pumpkin
1 pinch cinnamon
1 tablespoon plain Greek yogurt
2 teaspoons of cheerios

Add all ingredients to a bowl. Mix well and stuff in the toy.

5. PB Bananalicious

Mashed banana
1 teaspoon peanut butter (Xylitol-free)

Mash some ripe banana with peanut butter. Stuff in toy. Serve at room temp or frozen.

6. Creamy Apple Pie

2 tablespoons plain applesauce (Xylitol-free)
Pinch of cinnamon
1 tablespoon Greek yogurt

Mix all ingredients. Stuff in toy. Serve at room temperature or frozen.

7. Thanksgiving Dinner

1/2 cup ground turkey
1/2 cup diced apples
1/2 cup diced sweet potato
½ cooked chicken or turkey liver or liver dog treats
1 tablespoon melted coconut oil

Mix all ingredients into a bowl. Divide mixture in half. Freeze half for later and stuff one in the toy now.

8. Get Fresh

1/2 cup fresh peas
1/2 cup shredded yellow squash
1/2 cup shredded zucchini
1/2 cup brown rice
1 teaspoon low fat cream cheese or yogurt to help hold it together

Mix all ingredients. Divide into servings. Save one to stuff into the toy later and stuff one in the toy now.

9. Crunchy Frozen Yogurt

1 mashed banana
1 handful of ground up flavored dog biscuits
1 cup of plain yogurt
2 tablespoons of crunchy peanut butter (Xylitol-free)

Mix all ingredients. Divide into portions. Freeze. Once frozen, allow a portion to thaw long enough to stuff into treat and serve right away.

10. Strawberry Shortcake

½ cup sliced strawberries, use blueberries if you prefer
½ cup plain Greek yogurt
Handful ground of oatmeal dog biscuits or flavor of your choice

Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Separate into portions. Freeze what you don’t need, and stuff the rest into the toy right away.

11. Pot Pie

1/2 cup cooked chicken or turkey
1/2 cup mashed potatoes
1/4 cup frozen peas and carrots
Small handful crushed kibble

Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Separate into portions. Stuff one portion into toy and freeze what you don’t need.


12. Oatmeal Cookies

1 cup instant oats
1 cup plain applesauce
1 chopped up banana
1 tablespoon plain Greek yogurt
Small handful of crushed oatmeal flavor dog treats

Mix together in bowl. Let sit for an hour to soften oats. Divide into portions. Stuff one treat now and freeze the rest for later.

13. Meatloaf

1/2 cup cooked, ground meat
½ cup instant oats
1 hardboiled egg, chopped
1 teaspoon cream cheese to hold mixture together

Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Divide into portions. Stuff one in the toy and freeze the rest for later.

14. Something’s Fishy

2 sardines, packed in water
1 hardboiled egg
¼ cup plain Greek yogurt

Mix all ingredients in small bowl. Divide into two portions. Serve one outside now and save one for tomorrow.

15. Garden Dip

½ cup cooked spinach
½ cup cooked carrots
¼ cup Greek yogurt
Small handful of kibble, crushed
Pinch of parsley

Mix all ingredients in a bowl. Divide into portions. Serve one now, freeze the rest for later.

16. Pumpkin n’ Oats

½ cup instant oats
½ cup plain canned pumpkin

Mix together. Allow to sit one hour. Divide into portions. Serve one now, freeze the rest for later.

17. Easy Pleaser

Handful of favorite kibble
½ can wet food or baby food
1 cooked egg
1 tablespoon cream cheese
Optional, leftover cooked vegetables

Mix together in a bowl. Divide into portions. Refrigerate unused portions for a couple days. If you modify the amount of the ingredients, you can use this stuffing mix to replace a meal.

We hope you enjoy these recipes. Please share with your family and friends.

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