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The Toy of Cooking Fall Recipes

FALL Recipes

featured chef: @munching.maggie

Crisp blue skies, crunchy leaves—and all that crispy crunchiness is enough to make anybody hungry. Especially your fuzzbuddy. Then again, in a dog’s world? It’s always snack-o-clock.

Meat Lover’s Pumpkin Pie

Nothing says “grateful” like pumpkin pie, but you know what dogs are thinking: “where’s the beef?” Pair fall’s classic dessert with a lively, liver-y beefy kick, and you’ve basically checked off a dog’s whole gratitude journal.

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Ingredients & Materials


Puzzle Toys
  1. Schmear West Paw Nut Butter & Sweet Potato Creamy Treat to the bottom of the Tux.
  2. Mix canned pumpkin, cream cheese, cinnamon, and ginger together until combined.
  3. Add a hearty helping into your Tux. Freeze (optional) and serve for dessert.

Pooch Boost!

Pumpkin packs prebiotic fiber. Healthy gut bacteria FEAST on prebiotics, and healthy bacteria mean healthy pets. Pumpkiny fiber helps clean the colon and lower its ph, creating just the right environment for healthy bacteria to thrive.

After Thanksgiving Bison Bite

Thanksgiving’s a dog’s holiday: good cooking smells, extra pats from guests, and everybody’s a pushover for puppy dog eyes. But what’s even better? The next day, with all the low-effort leftovers. (Mmmm. Leftovers.) Throw them together, and it’s Thanksgiving all over again for your pupperoo.

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Ingredients & Materials
  • 1/4 C Turkey (or any leftover poultry)
  • 1/2 C Kibble
  • 1/4 C Green beans
  • 1/4 C Sweet Potato (cubed and roasted in the oven until lightly browned)
  • 1 Tbsp Unsweetened dried cranberries
  • 3 Air-Dried Bison Heart Treats from West Paw (broken into smaller pieces)
  • Large or small Rumbl®


Puzzle Toys
  1. Toss your pup’s favorite kibble at the bottom of the Rumbl.
  2. Pack that baby full of shredded poultry, green beans, sweet potato cubes, cranberries and West Paw Bison Treat (broken into small nibbles).
  3. Serve, lazily (then get some leftovers for yourself.).

Nutritional Nod

Bison packs in more protein, iron, and B-12 than beef, pork, chicken, or salmon—all with lower calories, cholesterol, and fat. (Dogs just dig that big beast flavor.)

Haunted Hall-Oat-Ween

Trick or treat! This breakfasty bite is both, with a ghoulish ice-cube trick that will send delicious shivers down your dog’s spine. Plus, the haunting swirl of fall spices and honey sweetness might just distract your furbaby long enough to wriggle on their costume…

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Ingredients & Materials
  • 1/3 C Oats (we used gluten-free)
  • 2/3 C Water
  • Drizzle of Organic honey
  • A pinch of Cinnamon
  • 1/2 Tbsp Unsweetened dried cranberries
  • 1 tsp Pepitas (aka pumpkin seed)
  • A pinch of Flax seed
  • 1/2 C Non-Fat Greek Yogurt
  • Ghost Ice Cube Mold
  • Large or small Toppl®


Puzzle Toys
  1. Cook oats according to instructions. Once fully cooked, mix in a drizzle of honey and a dash of cinnamon. Then, spoon into Toppl.
  2. Top with unsweetened dried cranberries, pepitas, flax seed, and a few spirits from your spooky Halloween ice cube mold.
  3. Freeze (optional) and serve with some good ghosty noises.

Wellness Woof!

Kick up the challenge by connecting a small and large Toppl together to keep your pupper entertained longer. After your dog has (finally!) devoured the goods, toss Toppl in the dishwasher.

Chicken Noodless Soup

Pop Qwizl: what’s tastier than noodles, packs protein, and delivers all nine amino acids? Quinoa! And it shines in this twist on a classic fall soup. Skip the sloppiness of soup by turning it into a neat treat in the freezer—or take out the broth and poof! Grain salad.

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Ingredients & Materials
  • 1/4 C Chicken - boiled
  • 1 C Chicken bone broth
  • 1/4 C Cooked Quinoa
  • 2 Carrots (peeled and chopped)
  • 2 Celery Stalks (chopped)
  • Water bottle ice cube tray
  • Large or small Qwizl®


Puzzle Toys

Speed prep

  1. No ice cube tray? No problem. Add the shredded chicken and chopped veggies into the Qwizl on their own.

Freezer prep

  1. Shred cooked chicken into small pieces and distribute across a narrow ice cube tray.
  2. Add in a layer of cooked quinoa, chopped carrots and celery. (Meh on celery? Some dogs love peas instead.)
  3. Fill each mold with bone broth until all ingredients are covered. Freeze for at least 1 hour.
  4. Once frozen, release molds from the tray and add to the Qwizl.

Senior Moment

Qwizl is a good pick for older dogs, because it doesn’t roll around. Plus, they can grip it in their paws and solve the puzzle lying down—comfily, happily entertained.

A few intrepid canine culinary explorers posted on Instagram, just for fun—and when we stumbled onto their accounts, this cookbook was born. Now, dogs are hungry for more. Post your creation and tag @WestPawUS.


Megan and Maggie

Chicagoland native turned Cheesehead local Megan is a full time dog mom (and office worker), part time dog walker, and amateur photographer—and of course, canine chef. Her Australian Cattle Dog Maggie happily test-drives all Megan’s recipes, and her favorite treat toy is all of them (you know how Cattle Dogs love a puzzle!).