Superfood Doggie Fresh Breath Treats

3.96 from 23 votes

You'll love your dog's fresh, sweet breath. Our dog recipes are made with healthy ingredients that you can pronounce. Compare the ingredients in this recipe to commercially made treats. We never compromise when it comes to our family's health.

Would you love to boost your dog’s health, treat him to a delicious snack, and freshen his breath, all with one recipe? Our recipe for Superfood Doggie Fresh Breath Treats contain odor-canceling parsley, and bananas and eggs for both potassium and protein, which active dogs need to sustain them throughout the day.

Our healthy dog treats and dog food recipes are made with ingredients that are nutritious and loved by dogs. Superfood Doggie Fresh Breath Treats are made with six superfoods and nothing more. We made this recipe with organic ingredients, which are optional. Research is gone into each of our pet recipes to ensure they provide health benefits that are nutritious for your 4-legged family member. Be sure to use portion control when giving your pet treats.

Watch this video to see how to make Doggie Fresh Breath Treats.

NOTE: Check with your veterinarian before making any changes to your pet’s diet. Also, please be aware of any allergies your pet may have to specific ingredients and avoid ingredients which have caused reactions in your pets in the past. If you are unsure about a specific ingredient found in one of our recipes, introduce the food to your pets in small amounts first.

3.96 from 23 votes

Superfood Doggie Fresh Breath Treats

A healthy alternative to store bought fresh breath treats to nix nasty doggie breath!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Yield 24 treats
Serving Size
Course Pet Meals and Treats
Cuisine Pet Recipes


  • 2 cups old-fashioned oats (preferably gluten free)
  • 1 cup flat leaf parsley fresh, loosely packed and finely chopped
  • 1 carrot medium, peeled and grated
  • 1 banana
  • 1 egg lightly beaten
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil or coconut oil


  • Preheat oven to 325 degrees
  • Add oats to a blender or food processor and pulse until a flour like consistency. Combine in a medium bowl, flour, carrots, and parsley. In a small bowl mash the banana with a fork and mix in egg and coconut oil.
  • Combine banana and flour mixtures and knead until moistened. Turn dough onto a surface lightly dusted with flour. Use your hands and shape dough into a 1/4-inch thick circle. Use small to medium doggie cutter, cut out treats and place on a parchment lined cookie sheet or non-stick cookie sheet. Bake 30-35 minutes.

Nutrition Information

Calories: 40kcal |
Keywords Healthy Dog Recipes, Healthy Dog Treats

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Tip: For dogs with allergies to chicken products, substitute 1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce for one large egg.

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  1. it stinks !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! have been trying to get the superfood doggie fresh breath treats recipe and it won’t come up on the page. Have wasted so much time trying to get it, don’t ever want to use your site again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Thank you for such a great dog biscuit recipe Gale. I baked up a batch and they were an instant hit with our dogs! They think it must be Christmas. 🙂

  3. I love your site, Gale. So sorry Joan doesn’t feel the same way. I’ve gotten countless wonderful recipes from you. Thanks so much for keeping my family AND my dogs healthy!!

    1. Maryellen, Thank you so much! We are truly grateful for our loyal readers and make every effort to provide delicious and healthy recipes.
      Since dogs are also family members, we do the same for them. 🙂 Thanks again, you are very much appreciated!!!

  4. How long is the shelf life if you keep them in a closed container?
    Thank you!
    Eager to try these tasty treats!!!

        1. Ange, Sure, should last up to two weeks in the fridge. Refrigerating may take away some of the crunchiness. 🙂

  5. I’ve been sitting here ages trying to work out which ones are the super foods… I wouldn’t class these as super

  6. Great, healthy recipe. Big hit here also. My furbaby also loves them. Thank you for sharing with us and caring about our furbabies!!???.

  7. Thank you for this great healthy good for our furbabies treat recipe. My kid loves them. I took a bite myself, lol, but I liked em myself. I did sub olive oil for coconut oil. Again, THANK YOU.???.

    1. Hi Lisa, I’m sorry we don’t. There are tons of online sites you could plug in the ingredients to get the fat. 🙂

      1. I am anxious to try this recipe. The vet won’t put my dog to sleep to clean her teeth . So I hope this will help her breathe.

      1. I have a sealer that I just love to death, and I seal a lot of things, like chips, popcorn, but of course I watch just far I will let it go on my chips, and then stop the air part, and seal it. So me, I probably would seal mine, and put in the freezer, that way it won’t get freezer burn or go bad, and it can last a lot longer. It’s also how I do all my fruit all my fruits for my smoothies too so that when I’m ready to make them, they’re still not freezer burned, and the flavor is still good.

    1. Linda, I like to store them in a freezer ziplock baggie and take one out to thaw, usually one a day. 🙂

    1. Doris, We haven’t calculated the nutritional data for our dog treats. There are a lot of online sites to use. Just enter the ingredients and number of servings. 🙂

    2. Yields: 24 servings | Calories: 40 | Total Fat: 1.27 | Saturated Fat: .23g | Trans Fat: 0g | Cholesterol: 7.75mg | Sodium: 6.46mg | Carbohydrates: 6.04g | Fiber: .94g | Sugar: .83g | Protein: 1.29g

  8. Ok i made these. I didnt have parsley. Sticky and dry hard to work with, so i made them like peanutbutter cookies. Press on parchment paper with a fork. Not pretty, but my 2 little long haired chihuahuas ate a warm one fast. They are habie approved in my house. I might add a touch of peanutbutter next time. I ate one bland but tasty. Lol

  9. I made these today for my 14 y.o. Chinese crested, who only has 3-5 teeth! I patted the dough out on a nonstick pan and scored it to make small squares. I baked them 20 minutes only so they would come out soft. Stewie lived them and I ate one to test. Not bad, but now my dog can have treats. I am going to buy nutrition additives and make again and maybe serve as food raw or TIL cooked but soft. Thank you so much for this recipe! I never comment until I have made, but am so glad I did.5 stars

  10. Thinking of making these for our 2 fur babies. The pet treats (Vita Bones) were recalled and our pets loved it. Maybe they will like these

    1. Sandra, Definitely the Italian Flat Leaf Parsley. I’ll make note in the recipe. Thanks for the question. 😉

    1. Katherine, Finely chop 4-6 mint leaves before adding to the recipe. Mint is also in many dog treats for bad breath. A touch of fresh mint should be fine.

  11. Gale, thanks for sharing your recipe. I made them for our newly rescued furbaby and she really enjoyed them. It is a sticky dough and I added natural peanut butter and grated zucchini as well. Will definitely make some more.5 stars

      1. I made this recipe but I couldn’t get a good dough consistency… it was super sticky… I even added an extra cup of blended oats and still could not cut out shapes. I ended up just hand forming little logs to get them in the oven. Wondering what I did wrong.
        Also, how do you store them?

        1. Mary, Hmmm, I’m not sure why it was so sticky for you. Well at least you were able to use the dough. I’m sure your dog won’t care about the shape. I know my dog could care less. Lol

          Store up to one week if the temperature in your house isn’t too warm. They can be frozen. Just take one out at a time to thaw.

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