Beef Pumpkin Gummies for dogs

Wow, are these cute and fun!?!  These homemade Beef Pumpkin Gummies were quick and easy to prepare, requiring only about 10 minutes of preparation and absolutely no baking!

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Looking for something a little different?  Or something delicious for your dog that will be nice and soft for them to chew?  Or perhaps you’re looking for a homemade alternative to the pill pocket?  Try these yummy beef and pumpkin gummies for dogs!  Made with unflavoured collagen gelatin (I used Knox packets), they are great alternative treats for dogs.  Unflavoured gelatin has no added sugar and is completely flavourless, allowing the beef and pumpkin to shine through.

The Recipe

  • Prep time: 10 mins
  • Chill time: 3-4 hours
  • Yield: 35 medium-sized treats


  • 1/2 cup cold beef stock
  • 2 gelatin packages (5 tsp)
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree
  • 1/4 cup water
  • Dash of cinnamon


  • In a liquid measuring cup, add the cold beef stock and both packages of gelatin (5 tsp).  Allow to sit and bloom
  • In a small pot, bring water and pumpkin puree to a boil
  • Once boiled, pour the mixture into the beef stock mixture
  • Add a dash of cinnamon and mix well
  • Pour into silicone molds (if molds are flimsy, place on baking sheet first)
  • Place molds in the fridge and allow to chill at least 3 hours
Gelatin, beef, pumpkin mixture
Beef Pumpkin Gummies in molds

Have you made these treats? Leave a comment below!

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