Busy planning the menu for the big Thanksgiving feast? Don’t forget about your pup! While humans love to eat sweet potatoes in Autumn, their health benefits are known to be effective year-round. Guess who else they’re good for? Your pup! They’re great for digestive health as they’re packed with fiber, low in fat and chock full of vitamin B6, vitamin C, and manganese. It also helps support your pup’s vision, growth, and muscle strength. So, the nutritionally-sound folks at Ollie gathered some of the tastiest sweet potato recipes online to feed your pup:
Sweet Potato Banana Snacks from Girl in the Little Red Kitchen: Your pup will go bananas for these treats packed with the fiber and vitamins.
Pumpkin Sweet Potato Bites from Proud Dog Mom: These bites are a pup’s Thanksgiving dream come true—the pumpkin is packed with fiber, so it can help with your pup’s digestion while keeping them full.
Sweet Potato and Apple Pupcakes from The Speckled Palate: Perfect for puppy parties, the apples in these treats are a great source of fiber, vitamins A and C, omega-3 and -6, and antioxidants.
Sweet Potato Peanut Butter Biscuits from She Knows: Have you ever met a pup who doesn’t like peanut butter? Not only does it taste good, it’s a great source of protein and heart-healthy fats.
No-Bake Sweet Potato Peanut Butter & Oats Treats from 17 Apart: These snacks are easy to make and tasty! Plus, they’re a great source of soluble fiber.
Carrot and Sweet Potato Snacks from Proud Dog Mom: The carrots in these sweet treats can help support your pup’s eyesight.
Gluten-Free Sweet Potato Hearts from The Little Epicurean: These treats are made with gluten-free flour. Because pups with food allergies deserve treats too!
Sweet potato chews from It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken: with just sweet potatoes as the only ingredient, you can be sure they will be healthy for your pup!
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