Dog treats can be yummy, healthy and festive too!  This dog cookie recipe uses the natural coloring effects of nutrition-packed algae & dulse seaweed, which produces a green cookie with flecks of red. 

Seasonal Seaweedies

© Formulated by Melody McKinnon exclusively for

1/2 c cooked salmon (unsalted canned or pureed)
1/2 c pureed peas
1 egg
1 1/4 c water
1/2 TBSP powdered Dulse seaweed
1/2 tsp Spirulina
4 cups green pea flour (or other suitable flour substitute)

Bowl 1 – Thoroughly mix dry ingredients together.
Bowl 2 – Thoroughly mix wet ingredients together.
Add Bowl 1 to bowl 2 and mix well.
Knead on floured surface.
Roll out to 1/2″ and cut into adorable shapes cookie cutters.
Bake at 325F for 30-45 minutes or until they reach desired hardness.

Optional Natural Decorations

Dusting with Calcium Montmorillonite Clay creates a lovely (and nutritious) powdered look.

More natural, healthy pet treat decorating ideas:  Add Naturally Festive Color to Homemade Pet Cookie Recipes


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5 thoughts on “Natural Dog Treat Recipe – Seasonal Seaweedies

  1. They turned out really well but I had to add some flour. We gave them out to friend’s dogs over the holidays and they loved them too.

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