Brilliant Banana Treat Recipes for Dogs

Bananas can be used as a healthy dog treat. A delicious treat for dogs, bananas are nutritious and can be found at most grocery stores throughout the year.

Bananas contain many important vitamins and minerals that can help keep your dog healthy. 

Vitamin C is an important nutrient for dogs. It helps keep their bodies healthy by protecting them from infection. It also helps to make strong bones and teeth.

Potassium is an essential mineral needed by all living things. It is found in many foods including bananas, so it is very easy to get enough potassium in your dog’s diet. Potassium helps maintain muscle function and nerve impulses.

Fiber is another important part of a healthy diet for dogs. Fiber keeps your dog regular and helps them have a healthier digestive system. Bananas are one of the best sources of fiber. They are high in insoluble fiber which is good for keeping your dog’s stools soft and loose. 

Magnesium is an important mineral found in many foods. It helps to build strong bones and teeth and it also plays a role in energy production. Magnesium is often deficient in diets fed to dogs. Bananas are a great source of magnesium because they are low in calories and highly digestible.

Biotin is a vitamin found naturally in many foods . Biotin helps with cell growth and metabolism. It is necessary for proper skin, hair, and nail health. Biotin is especially beneficial for dogs that suffer from dry or brittle coats.

Vitamin B6 is an essential vitamin needed by every cell in your dog’s body to function properly. Your dog needs it to make protein, regulate fluids, build hormones, and support neurotransmitters.

Bananas are very nutritious, but they are high in sugar. Dogs’ stomachs are not designed to process large amounts of sugar, so if you give your dog too much banana, he may experience diarrhea. How much is too much? Well, there is no guide to the exact amount of bananas that will cause problems for your dog, use your common sense and the size of your dog as a portion guide, ie, small dog, small number of treats. 

Can Dogs Eat Bananas?
Can Dogs Eat Bananas?

So, without further ado, here’s our top banana recipes for your dog to enjoy! 

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Dried Banana Chip Dog Treats

These Dried Banana Chip Dog treats are perfect for dogs who love bananas, or anyone looking for a tasty treat that’s good for them. They are super delicious and nutritious, too! Easy to make and great for training.

Dried Banana Chip Dog Treats

Looking for a healthy and delicious treat for your pup? Bananas are one of the healthiest fruits out there, and this easy recipe will show you how to turn them into dried banana dog chips that your dog will love! 
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Oven Baked Dried Banana Chips Recipe You can make dried banana chips with this simple recipe that will be sure to please your pup! Just don't feed too many because the sugar content can cause weight gain if you're not careful. Make some dried banana treats today by following this easy recipe! 

Apple and Banana Dog Cake  – Peanut Butter Free

Apple and banana cake is a delicious dessert that is also very good for dogs. This dog cake recipe is great for birthdays or other special occasions.

Dogs love apple and banana cakes because they taste sweet and moist. They also contain vitamins and minerals that help them stay happy and healthy.

This is a simple recipe that requires only five ingredients. The secret lies in baking the cake at low temperatures. The result is a fluffy and light cake that dogs absolutely adore.

Apple and Banana Dog Cake  – Peanut Butter Free

This cake recipe is not only delicious but also great fun for your dog! The recipe is simple to follow and includes easy to find ingredients. You can make the cakes in individual pupcake sizes or as one big cake for your dog's birthday celebration. And don't forget the frosting! There are lots of ideas for dog-friendly frostings that will take this cake over the top. Your pup is sure to love this delicious and fun apple and banana cake!
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2 Ingredient Banana Biscuit Treats

Banana biscuits are a favorite treat for dogs around the world. These nutritious snacks are loaded with protein, fiber, and essential vitamins and minerals. And they’re easy to make at home. This has to be one of the easiest recipes and the most tastiest of biscuits for your dog. The only ingredients needed are bananas and oats.

2 Ingredient Banana Biscuit Treats

Looking for a new healthy treat recipe that your pup will love?
This is a great way to use up those old bananas that are going brown and this is also a wonderful recipe for dogs who have allergies to wheat or gluten. It's easy, quick, and inexpensive!
Your dog will be licking his chops with delight when you give them these banana biscuits. They're crunchy, delicious, and perfect for any pup!
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Oven Dried Banana Dental Chews for Dogs

Can you imagine having a dog that has never had dental care? If you don’t want to spend thousands of dollars on expensive procedures, then try these Oven Dried Banana Dental Chew treats for dogs. They’ll give your pooch their very own dental hygiene kit and they’ll help relieve some doggy boredom.

Oven Dried Banana Dental Chews for Dogs

Bananas are a healthy treat for dogs because they contain potassium, vitamin C, fiber and antioxidants. Bananas also help keep teeth clean by scraping plaque off the surface. Plus they taste delicious!
You'll be able to make these chews at home without any special equipment or skills. All you need is some parchment paper and an oven set on its lowest temperature setting (usually around 100 degrees C)
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Chef Sarah

Chef Sarah

I am a Pet Nutritionist and Chef who loves creating healthy home made recipes for my pets. I have over 25 years experience with many different animals and have worked in zoos, wildlife centres, rehabilitation centres and as a consultant to the pet industry.

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