Easy 4-Ingredient Blueberry Dog Treats

Easy 4-Ingredient Blueberry Dog Treats made with whole wheat flour, coconut oil, eggs and blueberries. The perfect healthy treat for your dog. 

Blueberry Dog Treats

I love to make homemade treats for Layla! She’s so easy to please, hehe. She’s loving these Whole Wheat Blueberry Treats. According to The American Kennel Club, blueberries are a great treat for dogs! Just as we benefit from the fiber and antioxidants so do our four legged friends πŸ™‚

Blueberry Dog Treats

They are really simple to make with only 4 ingredients – whole wheat flour, coconut oil, eggs and blueberries! Melt the coconut oil, mix with the flour, add in the eggs 1 at a time, fold in the blueberries and they are ready to roll, cut and bake!

Easy Blueberry Dog Treats

The dough can get a little sticky so make sure you flour your working surface and rolling pin πŸ™‚ You can cut them into any shape, but I love these little dog bone cookie cutters, you can find them here!

Homemade Blueberry Dog Treats

If your pup is like Layla they may not last long, hehe. But, if you are looking to prolong the freshness store them in an airtight container or better yet keep them in the freezer!

vizsla with homemade blueberry dog treat

Getting Layla to pose for a treat while I take a photo reminds me why I prefer my photography subjects to be inanimate, hehe!

The photo above took lots of outtakes….



Blueberry Dog Treats

And some treat snatchings!

I hope your pups enjoy them just as much as Layla!


Disclaimer: This recipe is made with ingredients that are considered to be dog friendly. However, every dog is different and may have allergies or intolerances to specific ingredients.


clock clock iconcutlery cutlery iconflag flag iconfolder folder iconinstagram instagram iconpinterest pinterest iconfacebook facebook iconprint print iconsquares squares iconheart heart iconheart solid heart solid icon

4-Ingredient Blueberry Dog Treats

  • Author: Sprinkles and Sea Salt
  • Total Time: 20


Easy 4-Ingredient Blueberry Dog Treats made with whole wheat flour, coconut oil, eggs and blueberries. The perfect healthy treat for your dog.Β 



2 tbsp coconut oil

1 1/4 cup + 2 tbsp whole wheat flour

2 eggs

1/2 cup blueberries, halved


Preheat oven to 350Β°F

Put coconut oil in a microwave safe bowl

Microwave 30 seconds until melted

Add 1 1/4 cup whole wheat flour, mix until fully combined

Add eggs 1 at a time

Fold in blueberries

Using your hands, form dough into a ball

Roll out dough on a floured surface, sprinkling dough with flour if it is sticking to rolling pin

Cut treats into shapes using cookie cutters

Place treats on on an oiled baking sheet

Bake for 15 minutes

Cool before giving to your pup!

Store in an air tight container up to 5 days or freeze for extended freshness

  • Prep Time: 5
  • Cook Time: 15
  • Category: dog treats

Keywords: #homemadedogtreats, #blueberrydogtreats, #ilovemydog


Pin It For Later: 

Easy 4-Ingredient Blueberry Dog Treats


Check out my other dog friendly recipes!

Peanut Butter, Banana, Bacon Dog Treats

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Dog Treats

Strawberries and Cream Pupcake

Peanut Butter Banana Pupcake

Strawberry Banana Pupsicles


Love to travel with your dog? Check out my post on Why You Should Bring Your Dog to Big Meadows Lodge in Shenandoah National Park.

Leave a Comment

Recipe rating

  1. Such a fun recipe! I’m going to keep it in mind for my friends that have dogs!

  2. Shay said:

    Wasnt bad, just very mushy. Had to add more floUr

    • E said:

      Could I use a microwave to bake these instead? I currently do not have an oven or air fryer…

    • E said:

      Thanks! I’ll give it a try! 😊

  3. Kristie said:

    Great dog treat! Super easy to make and our Lil Man, j.d., loves them! I have attempted several homemade treats for dogs and often have a hell of a time because they are too sticky. These weren’t! Thanks!

  4. Samantha soller said:

    Can i use coconut flour instead

    • I’ve never tried this recipe with coconut flour. Usually when you substitute coconut flour you need to increase the liquid content of the recipe which would be hard to do here since there isn’t much liquid to begin with. but if you wanted to tr,y i would suggest using 1 cup coconut flour and 1/4 cup water.

  5. Niamh Rose said:

    Can I use oats instead of flour and honey instead of coconut oil?

    • Hi Niamh, sorry for my delayed reply! If you ground up the oats that would probably work as a substitute for flour (I have not tried, so I am not 100% sure). I do not think honey will sub for coconut oil, you could use peanut butter instead of coconut oil.

  6. Jackie Ortiz said:

    Tried this LAST NIGHT & it was a hit with all 3 dogs. One dog just swallowed them whole. I added Pumpkin, TURMERIC, RASPBERRIES, strawberrieS, salmon oil, bacon and msm. I tried tgem myself it WASN’T that bad, a bit bland but in all they loved it. Thabk you.

  7. Gina said:

    Can I use frozen blueberries?
    Also if I am going to use peanut butter instead of coconut oil, would I use the same amount of pbut butter?

    • Trish said:

      Making these tonight and instead of fresh berries I’m going to use dried blue berries and bananas.

  8. Lona Hernandez said:

    how much peanut butter would I use to substitute the coconut oil

  9. Denise Wilson said:

    I couldn’t get it to firm up it stayed very wet even after adding a considerable amount more of flour.

    • Destiny said:

      Can I add carrots?

      • Laura said:

        I’ve not tried, but I’m sure you could! They will add moisture, so you may either need to add a little more flour or cut back on the blueberries.

  10. Michelle said:

    My picky shih tzu loved these. she’s usually into meaty treats and no biscuits but these were a hit. i blended up oatmeal to use as oat flour and and a little bit more than just a half cup of blueberries. I let them bake for 20 minutes instead and then let them cool. I put a thin layer of almond butter on them and she devours them (she still loves them without the almond butter). Thanks for this recipe!!!

    • Laura said:

      I’m so happy to hear! I love the addition of the almond butter, what a treat!

  11. Anonymous said:

    You shouldn’t use coconut oil because any coconut product is bad for dogs.

    • Roberta Barry said:

      Where did you hear coconut oil was bad for dogs?

  12. Hannah said:

    Hi i love these treats. Ive been making them in my pyramid pan and Collary bone mOld, i want to freeze them in freezer bags so i can make big batches. How long do they keep in the fridge and how long in the freezer?

    • Laura said:

      Hi Hannah! So glad you like them! They will keep up to 5 days in the fridge in an air tight container. In the freezer they will keep up to 3 months!

  13. Dawn said:

    Hi, i plan on trying this Recipe out This weeKend. As i’m reading in i got stuck on the coconut oIl part. Do i use liquid coconut oil or refined?

    • Laura said:

      Hi Dawn! Great, so glad you are going to give them a try! You will want to use refined coconut oil, but you will melt it before adding it to the batter.

  14. Wayne Cooper said:

    Love the bLuEberry cookies for my dog. He loves them also!!!

    • Laura said:

      I’m so glad, thanks for leaving a review πŸ™‚

  15. vanessanedlet said:

    It’s goofy this way, would need lots of flour and it’s not much I put on the pan as is!

  16. Mia ROss said:

    Amazing I loved making these with my dog

    • Laura said:

      I’m so glad!

  17. Julie said:

    I haven’t tried this yet but will be using all organic ingredients. We cook our dog her food but need a crunchy snack for her teeth. Is this snack crunchy or soft?

    • Laura said:

      These treats come out pretty soft.

  18. kAT said:


  19. E said:

    Could I bake these using a microwave instead?

  20. Nora said:

    Made these last night and my chihuahua can’t get enough!!! He’s absolutely in love ❀️ did have to add more flour when rolling out but otherwise no problems.