Mirri and Rays Fruit Biscuit Bites

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We enjoy making food for our dogs.
Your dog will enjoy it and it's an excellent way to bond.
Mirri and Ray's Fruit Biscuit Bites



1x grated apple (skin off and be sure there are no apple seeds)

1/2 banana (mashed)

1/2 cup of cooked pumpkin ( cooled and mashed)

2 cups of whole wheat flour

20 blueberries to decorate


Step 1 

Preheat oven to 180 degrees.


Step 2

Line a flat baking tray with baking paper.

Step 3

Cook pumpkin, set aside to cool, and drain. Then mash and measure 1/2 cup. 


Fun Fact: 

Pumpkin is a fruit and not a vegetable. 🎃

Step 4

While the pumpkin is cooling, grate 1 apple. ( I like to use pink lady apples).

*It is extremely important to make sure all apple seeds are removed as they can be toxic to dogs

Step 5

Then in a separate bowl, remove the skin and mash 1/2 of the banana with a fork. 

Step 6

Place 2 cups of the flour into a bowl. Make a well in the flour to place the remaining ingredients in. 


Step 7

Combine the flour mixture with the pumpkin, apple, and bananas to form a dough-like consistency.


Step 8

Roll dough into small size balls and even space on the prepared baking tray. 

Step 9

Place 1 blueberry into the center of the dough for decoration. 


Step 10

Place prepare biscuits into the oven and bake for 20 minutes.


Step 11

Remove from oven and let sit on the tray to cool for 10 minutes before removing them. 


Step 12

Using a spatula remove biscuits to a wire cool tray to completely cool. 


Step 13

Making sure the biscuits are completely cool before giving them to your dog. 


This recipe makes approximately twenty biscuits for your dog. 

Store in an airtight container to keep. 

All foods should be consumed in moderation. 

We have tried to keep the recipe as natural as possible. You could experiment with different types of flours, especially if you want to stay away from grain or if your dog might be sensitive to gluten. 


Allergens: Gluten 



Should your dog have any allergies or a sensitive tummy. Make sure to check with your dog's veterinarian. This blog has no nutritional expert advice recommended or to replace any nutritional requirement should your dog need it.

This blog is a fun way to get creative for your dog.  

Below are some excellent articles that discuss the ingredients we have used. 

Can Dogs Eat Apples? How to Safely Feed Apples to Dogs (akc.org)

Pumpkin for Dogs: A Cure for Dog Upset Stomach Problems - Veterinarians.org

Can Dogs Eat Blueberries? Everything you need to know | BeChewy

Can Dogs Eat Flour? 10 Types of Flour Safe for Dogs - 2023 - MasterClass

Can Dogs Eat Bananas? 6 Health Benefits of Bananas | Dogs Naturally (dogsnaturallymagazine.com)


Does your dog have a sensitive tummy? 

You may be interested in reading up about gut health.

Canine Nutrition Articles. Dog Gut Health with Poseidon Animal Health

None of the above is a paid endorsement or partnership. As dog owners, we try and provide you with as much information as possible to keep your dog healthy for as long as possible.


Feel free to send us an email if you have created a tasty treat for your dog that you would like to share with us.

Email tiff@equinecaninejointplus.com.au