Gummy Homemade Dog Training Treats

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Looking for a new dog treat recipe to try? Check out my gummy homemade dog training treats! They are pretty easy to make and the dogs will love them.

Gummy homemade dog training treats spilling out of glass jar on its side

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Gummy Homemade Dog Training Treats

These gummy homemade dog training treats are great for while you are training or just to use as a normal dog treat. They are nice and soft and easy to chew.

If you don’t want them to be a small training treat, feel free to pour the mixture into larger molds if you like. Just be mindful that the larger the mold, the fewer treats you will have.

If you are looking for other dog training treats, here are a few to check out.

If you are not sure what these types of treats are, be sure to check out our post on Dog Training Treats – Everything You Need To Know.

Makes: depends on size mold used but about 2-3 cups full
Skill: Easy
Prep Time: about 5 minutes
Set-Up Time: about 2 hours 

Things needed to make these treats.

Supplies & Ingredients Needed:

  • Silicone Mold (we used a few different ones but this bone one works best for small treats)
  • Cookie Sheet 
  • Fork or Whisk 
  • 3 Packets Unflavored Gelatin
  • 1 Cup Water
  • 1/3 Cup Liver Sprinkles/Powder

How To Make These Dog Treats:

Mix gel powder into hot water

Start by heating the water in the microwave until it is boiling. Took about a minute and a half in my microwave. Mix the dry gelatin powder into the water and stir until fully dissolved.

Mixing in liver powder

Then you want to mix the liver powder into the gelatin mix. Mix until fully blended.

Pour mix into mold

Put the silicone mold on a cookie sheet or pan. Makes it much easier to move when on a sheet. Pour the mixture evenly into the molds. Be sure to stir the mix every few seconds. If you don’t the liver will start to sink to the bottom of the mix while you are pouring. Then you will end up with some that are all gelatin and others wet liver powder.

I used the edge of a fork or the back of a butter knife to scrap liquid runoff on the mold into the mold cavities.

Allow to cool and set up on the counter or to speed up you can put it in the fridge.

How Should The Gummy Homemade Dog Training Treats Be Stored?

If you are using it right away then they are fine to be left out for the day in a container or Ziploc bag.

However, if not using right away these should be stored in an airtight container in the fridge when you are not using them.

These treats do only last a few days. So don’t make a double batch unless you have a lot of dogs to train within a few days.

Yield: 2-3 cups depending on mold

Gummy Homemade Dog Training Treats

Gummy homemade dog training treats spilling out of glass jar on its side

Doing a little dog training and need a new treat? Or just want a new treat for your dog? Check out these gummy homemade dog training treats!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 3 Packets Unflavored Gelatin
  • 1 Cup Water
  • 1/3 Cup Liver Sprinkles/Powder

Supplies Needed:

  • Silicone Mold
  • Cookie Sheet
  • Fork or Whisk

Instructions

  1. Start by heating the water in the microwave until it is boiling. Took about a minute and a half in my microwave. Mix the dry gelatin powder into the water and stir until fully dissolved.
  2. Then you want to mix the liver powder into the gelatin mix. Mix until fully blended.
  3. Put the silicone mold on a cookie sheet or pan. Makes it much easier to move when on a sheet. Pour the mixture evenly into the molds. Be sure to stir the mix every few seconds. If you don’t the liver will start to sink to the bottom of the mix while you are pouring. Then you will end up with some that are all gelatin and others wet liver powder.
  4. I used the edge of a fork or the back of a butter knife to scrap liquid runoff on the mold into the mold cavities.
  5. Allow to cool and set up on the counter or to speed up you can put it in the fridge.

Notes

If not using right away these should be stored in an airtight container in the fridge when you are not using them.

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