DIY Frozen Candy Corn Bones Homemade Dog Treat Recipe

Dog parents agree, serving up spooky sweets Halloween night is more fun when their furry friend is involved. And what better way to treat your pup than with a Fall favorite–candy corn. Though real candy corn isn’t considered safe for dogs to eat, our DIY frozen candy corn dog bones are dog-friendly and vet-approved so you can feel good about treating your pup.

This no-bake homemade dog treat recipe is both simple to make and healthy for your pup. Plus, it makes a refreshing reward after a long night of trick-or-treating.

If you want to serve your pup some scary good dog treats, try this recipe and get ready for your dog to howl for more.

DIY Candy Corn Dog Treat Knoll

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  • 1 banana
  • 4 Tbsp. of Greek yogurt
  • 2 Tbsp. canned pumpkin


  • 1 Win&Co Puppy Paws & Bones Silicone Baking Molds, Bones
  • 2 medium-sized mixing bowls
  • 1 piping or plastic bag
  • 1 mixing spoon or spatula
  • 1 fork

Yield: 6 treats
Serving size:One treat per pup
Prep time: 10 minutes
Freeze time:3-6 hours

  1. Add 2 Tbsp. of Greek yogurt to the piping bag, or put into a plastic bag and snip the corner off.
    put greek yogurt in piping bag

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  2. Pipe yogurt evenly to the bottom of 6 mold cups, about ⅓ inch thick.
    pipe yogurt into mold

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  3. Freeze for 1-2 hours, or until frozen.
  4. In medium size bowl, mix 2 Tbsp. canned pumpkin with 1 Tbsp. Greek yogurt until consistent.
    mix yogurt and pumpkin DIY candy corn dog treat recipe

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  5. Add mixture to piping bag, and pipe a second layer on top of the first layer, with the same amount of thickness.
    DIY frozen candy corn dog treat recipe

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  6. Freeze for 1-2 hours, or until frozen.
  7. Smash banana with a fork in medium size mixing bowl and then add remaining Greek yogurt. Mix until consistent.
  8. Add mixture to piping bag.
  9. Pipe the final layer on top of the first two.
    pipe third layer on to mold

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  10. Freeze for 1-2 hours, or until frozen, then serve to your birthday pup!
    DIY frozen dog treat final product

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For even more Halloween fun, be sure to check out our DIY Haunted Dog House!

Samantha and Charlie are the proud dog parents of Royce, a French Bulldog rescue who loves cuddling on the couch and literally anything he can sink his teeth into. Samantha is the web editor for Chewy’s three digital publications—petMD, Pet Central and ReptilesMagazine—and Charlie is a professional chef with a degree from the Culinary Institute of America. This dog-loving couple combined forces to bring the Chewy community culinary delights tailored for your canine companions.

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