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Recipe Book to Make The best treats for your dog

Our pets love treats! And we love to pamper them, that’s why we leave you this guide with gift recipes for you to prepare your dog.

Within these options we have one of the most delicious ideal for the holiday season and Veggie, and we share the secret recipe with all of you so that you enjoy these holidays

Photo ofAnna Shvets

Our pets love treats! And we love to pamper them, that’s why we leave you this guide with some gift recipes for you to prepare your dog.

If you do not want to prepare or do not like to cook, we leave you some simple ones too, and in case you prefer to buy them, we recommend the one-ingredient treats free of pesticides and preservatives, or organic options.

I hope these recipes, tips and ideas inspire you to prepare these homemade treats so that you offer nutritious and appropriate snacks for your pet, we leave you some veggies options too.

Within these options we have one of the most delicious ideal for the holiday season and Veggie, and we share the secret recipe with all of you so that you enjoy these holidays

Bark in Green® Mint Cookies

I leave you first our secret recipe of Mint cookies for your dog that will fascinate you

  • 250 gr. almond flour
  • 4 tablespoons of coconut flour
  • 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
  • ¾ (180 ml) cup water
  • 4 tablespoons organic fresh mint finely chopped


Combine all the ingredients in a bowl, and mix until a dough is formed, if it is too wet add a little coconut flour, on the contrary, if you notice that it is a little dry, add a little water.

Sprinkle a little coconut flour and stretch the dough, cut the cookies using biscuit cutters the size of a bite. Place the treats on a baking sheet with butter paper or rub slightly with vegetable spray so that they do not stick to the dish. Bake them for 15 minutes in a medium pre-heated oven. then flip and bake for another 15 minutes. Turn off and let stand in the oven until crispy.

Let them cool, you can place them in an airtight container and keep them in the refrigerator or freezer until the moment you want to serve them.

Yields approximately 25 treats (depending on the size of the cutter, or the snack you have chosen for your pet) Enjoy these grain-free cookies that will also give them a fresh breath!

Meat Cubes


  • ½ kg of lean beef
  • 1 Tray with baking paper


Cut the meat into cubes less than 2 centimeters and place them all on the baking sheet close to each other.

Place the pan in the oven without pre-heating and increase to 150°C, bake for 1 hour, lower the temperature to 90°C and partially open the oven door so that moisture comes out, continue cooking for two more hours.

Remove the tray and let stand overnight, the next day you can place them in an airtight container and keep them in the refrigerator or freezer until the moment you want to serve them.

Chewable Liver Strips


  • Beef Liver
  • Food Dehydrator


Cut each liver into strips 2.5 centimetres wide, apply non-stick spray to the dehydrator and place the strips for 24 hours.

Then remove the plasters, you can place them in an airtight container and keep them in the refrigerator or freezer until the moment you want to serve them.


You can place the strips on a non-stick spray tray or baking paper, and bake them at 160°C (320 °F) for 45 minutes to an hour.

Liver and Potato Bites

  • ½ kg of liver
  • 1 egg
  • ½ teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 ¼ cups of dehydrated potato.
  • Meat or chicken broth
  • Food Processor
  • Oiled baking sheet 13 x 8.5 in


Preheat the oven to 390 °F. To facilitate the process, cut the liver into 1 in pieces, Place the liver, egg, garlic powder and potato in the food processor and process them.

Add all the broth you need so that the mixture can be easily distributed on the tray (the consistency will be very thick). Spread the mixture on the tray and bake for 25 minutes and let it cool for 5 minutes.

Cut the cake into small pieces; place in an airtight container and keep chilled or frozen until ready to serve.

Chicken Meatballs


  • 1 pound chicken breast
  • 1 egg
  • 1 teaspoon chopped parsley
  • ¼ cup grated cheese (optional)
  • ½ cup chopped vegetables (optional)


Preheat oven to 345 °F, mix all ingredients in a bowl, and form small meatballs with the mixture, bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown.

Place them in an airtight container and keep refrigerated or frozen until ready to serve.

Chicken Mix Chicken Chunks


  • 1 egg
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons of mashed potatoes.
  • ½ cup cooked and diced chicken meat
  • ½ cup cooked and chopped vegetables (check veggies recipes for ideal vegetables)
  • ¼ cup grated cheese


Heat a small amount of olive oil in a medium frying pan, Mix the egg and potatoes in a bowl and spread the mixture on the frying pan. Place chicken and vegetables on top in uniform layers, cover and cook over low heat until eggs are cooked.

Add the grated cheese, and wait a few more minutes until it melts, remove and allow to cool. Cut the cold mixture into pieces and place in an airtight container; refrigerate until ready to serve.


If you want to offer healthy treats to your pets, don’t discard human foods!

It is important that pets, whether dogs or cats, consume these foods in moderation. This means that only sometimesand in very small quantities: not more than 0.3 square centimeters for a small pet and 0.6 for a larger pet. Any of the following foods might be a good choice for your pet:

  • Fruits
  • Cheese
  • Almonds, cashews, brazil nuts
  • Blue blackberries


In addition to Bark in Green Mint cookies, We have a wide variety of vegetables with which to prepare snacks and treats to our pets, try whenever possible to opt for organic options, and find the vegetables you have available in the season.

In this line, among the vegetables we can give to our pets are

  • Kale: The key vitamins of kale, such as K, A and iron, provide proper bone health, vision and immune function, try to incorporate it gradually into your pet’s diet, and we consider that the ideal form is once boiled or steamed, make a pure to incorporate into your pet’s diet, remember that the digestive system of our pets differ from ours.
  • Spinach: Contains potassium, magnesium and vitamins B6, B9 and E. It also contains high amounts of carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, is an excellent supplement. Some ways you can prepare spinach for your dog are steaming, whitening or puree them to make them easier to digest. And, as with any new food – introduce it slowly.
  • Carrots: This is one of the favorite snacks, you can give carrots, cooked or boiled or steamed, always remember that its intake does not exceed 3% of your pet’s daily feed and slowly incorporate the food. It is also recommended that you cut small pieces to avoid choking hazards in small animals.
  • Broccoli: Excellent source of vitamin C and Potassium, it is a good idea to slowly incorporate it into the diet, it can be in the form of Pure.
  • Beet: In addition to the nutrients it provides, it is very good for keeping your dog’s skin and fur healthy, as well as helping to strengthen the immune system. We recommend you as with any other vegetable, that you incorporate it cooked, can be boiled or steamed, you can then make cookies or dehydrate them and make snacks, or incorporate it as a pure, always gradually.
  • Celery: The key to preparing celery for your dog is to introduce it slowly, as you would with any new food. The amount your puppy can tolerate may differ from the recommended amounts. You can eat it raw or also cooked, we recommend that you cut it into pieces smaller than a bite. You can serve it combined with any of the other vegetables.
  • Cucumber: It has a lot of phyto nutrients and antioxidants, which offer your dog anti-inflammatory benefits.
  • Sweet potatoes: They contain vitamin B6, vitamin C and manganese, you can boil them, cook them in the oven or steamed, and serve as healthy snacks.
  • Pumpkin: contains vitamins and minerals such as A, C, B6 that help your dog’s immune system and cardiovascular function, is an excellent vegetable to incorporate into small baked squares, remember to let cool before giving them!

No matter what treats you offer, these foods should be considered as part of your pet’s daily caloric consumption and are supplements and supplements in their daily diet, if you have any doubt to incorporate a new food to your pet, or prepare the options presented here we recommend you consult it beforehand with your pet. Trusted veterinarian.

Tell us what is your favorite option, if you have your own recipe, We want to know if your pet loves Bark in Green® Mint cookies What are you going to prepare for your pet these days?

Send us the photos of how they turned out or upload them to #TeamBarki

Written by Raul of Team Barki

Dr. Becker

Sara D.

Chef Andres Marquez specialist in recipes for the dog’s palate

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