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Double Banana Dog Treats

Made with only 3 ingredients, these easy homemade Double Banana Dog Treats will have your furry canine friends begging for more!

Made with only three ingredients, these easy homemade double Banana Dog Treats will have your furry canine friends begging for more!

Instead of the usual banana bread, I decided to use up my over-ripe bananas by making Double Banana Dog Treats. I hadn’t used bananas in my homemade dog treats before but Woody loves them, so I gave it a try. These treats were a total hit!!

 The base of the treats is mostly oat flour and the treats I bake always come out looking the same. So to give these some interest, I added very thin slices of banana on top of each of the cutout treats.  You could take the time to make dried banana chips for the treats, but the thin slices worked out just fine.  Just make sure to bake the treats until the banana slice on top is dry to the touch.


If your pup is allergic to eggs, there are substitutes that work nicely in this recipe. Just FYI, the eggs help the treats brown while baking, so they might look pale when done.

  • Applesauce – 1/4 cup per egg
  • Pumpkin Puree – 1/4 cup per egg
  • Nut Butter – 3 tablespoon per egg
  • More mashed Banana – 1/4 cup per egg
Made with only three ingredients, these easy homemade double Banana Dog Treats will have your furry canine friends begging for more!

 This is how the treats looked with the raw banana. I am not sure if they really needed it, but  I made a little thumbprint in each treat before putting the banana on it, to help the banana stay in place.

If you love to pamper your pet with homemade treats…you might also like these Homemade Peanut Butter Dog Treats!

Double Banana Dog Treats

Made with only three ingredients, these easy homemade double Banana Dog Treats will have your furry canine friends begging for more!
3.5 from 12 votes
Prep Time :5 minutes
Cook Time :25 minutes
Total Time :30 minutes
Servings :24 medium treats
Calories :100
Course :Dog Treat


  • 4 Cups Oat Flour
  • 3 medium ripe bananas divided
  • 2 large eggs


  • Preheat oven to 375° F.
  • In a small bowl, use a fork to mash 2-1/2 bananas. Slice the other 1/2 banana into 24 very thin slices to decorate the top of the treats, and set aside.
  • In a large bowl, mix the oat flour, mashed bananas and 2 eggs. Add more oat flour if the dough is too sticky to handle.
  • Turn the dough out onto a floured board and roll to 1/4 inch thick. Using a cookie cutter, cut out the treats and place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Using your thumb, make a slight indention into the top of each treat, and lay a banana slice into it.
  • Bake for 20-25 minutes until the edges start to brown and the banana slice feels just dry to the touch. Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely.
  • Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

Chef Tips

Note** I make my own oat flour from whole oats, ground in the food processor. About 7 cups of whole oats = 4 cups oat flour.

Nutrition Facts

Serving: 1treatCalories: 100kcalCarbohydrates: 16.54gProtein: 3.69gFat: 2.32gSaturated Fat: 0.49gCholesterol: 17.58mgSodium: 10.66mgPotassium: 133.53mgFiber: 1.68gSugar: 1.98gVitamin A: 34.96IUVitamin C: 1.28mgCalcium: 14.38mgIron: 0.92mg

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Made with only three ingredients, these easy homemade double Banana Dog Treats will have your furry canine friends begging for more!


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  1. Hi Meg, due to the high sugar content in bananas, it’s best not to give them to diabetic dogs. Pumpkin is a great substitute for the bananas in this recipe…I would use 1 (15-ounce) can. We had trouble getting our diabetic dog Woody to eat anything because he also had Stage 4 cancer…but he would eat bananas so the vet ok’d these for him. I would not give these to a diabetic dog that is otherwise healthy. You may want to check with your Vet. Thanks for the question.

  2. 5 stars
    Hi, is this recipe suitable for dogs which are diabetic? thank you

  3. HI Sarah. Yes, you can substitute wheat flour but start by using 3 cups of wheat flour instead of the 4 cups of oat flour. A good rule of thumb is 1 cup of wheat flour for every 1-1/3 cups of oat flour. The other ingredients remain the same. Adjust the amount of flour until you have dough that can be rolled out.I’d love to know how your turn out. Hope that helps!

  4. My girl (dog) is allergic to oats can I substitute using whole wheat flour instead?

  5. Yes, I would be honored. Thank you! I would love for everyone to be able to see a video on how to make Double Banana Dog Treats! Please let me know when you have posted the video. Thanks again.

  6. We would love to share this recipe as a video demonstration on our Youtube channel. Would that be alright with a link back and a shout out to your site?

  7. Hi Bev, that is kind of you and I am honored you are using my recipe! I say to refrigerate because it keeps the banana on top from turning brown. I do not preserved the fresh bananas with lemon juice to prevent that. Also, I baked in large batches for only one dog…so it kept them fresh longer. They should be just fine out of the fridge if they are eaten within a day or two. Thanks again Bev…I would love for you to send me pictures of the cookies you make and I will feature them on the blog…with your permission of course.

  8. I’m making both of these recipes today for a rescue fundraiser….question, why do they need to be refrigerated ?

  9. Hi there – thank you for the compliment! I would be honored if you would share my recipe on your healthy dog blog. Please let me know when you share it so I can give you a shout out and let my readers know. Thanks again – Christine

  10. Hi, Christine –This looks like a great dog treat recipe! We would love to share it on the Best Bully Sticks Healthy Dog Blog. Please contact us for further info :).

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