A Quick & Easy Pumpkin Treat Recipe

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A Quick & Easy Pumpkin Treat Recipe

Whether it’s enjoyed in the dessert pies at Thanksgiving dinners, decorated in the carving of Jack ‘O lanterns, or seen among the colours of fall, the joy of pumpkins has returned this October!


When given in small portions, cooked or pureed pumpkin is a notable addition to your dog’s nutrition. High on fibre, water, and beta-carotene (a pigment the body converts to vitamin A), pumpkin is often used in supplements such as Fruitables’ Pumpkin and Ginger Supplement. Noticing digestion issues? Feed it to your dog to address their diarrhea, constipation and upset stomach. The high fibre is also great for preventing dog obesity because it’s low in fat but prevents the dog from feeling hungry!


Find the pumpkin treats made by the Wooftown Chef for a limited time in store, or follow her process step-by-step at home with the recipe provided below:


Pumpkin & Oat Balls 
(based on a recipe by Damn Delicious)



  1. In a large bowl, hand-mix pumpkin puree, almond butter and kefir until well combined. Gently and slowly add 2 1/2 cups of the oats (bonus if it’s gluten-free!) until the whole bowl is well-mixed.
  2. Scoop out and roll the mixture into balls about the size of a ping pong. Cover them in the remaining 1/2 cup of oats, pressing to coat. Spread the coated balls out on a plate.
  3. Cover the plate and refrigerate until firm. They should be ready in approximately an hour!


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