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Fun & Easy DIY Easter Eggs For Dogs

An easy, healthy and delicious recipe for dog friendly Easter Eggs! Nom nom.

Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

Photography: Serena Faber Nelson

Every-bunny loves to celebrate Easter! And now your dog can too, with this oh-so yum and oh-so EASY Easter eggs for dogs recipe.

Now we all know dogs can’t have chocolate at Easter. But what they can have, is magical dog-friendly chocolate! We’re talking of course about carob – the best dog-safe chocolate substitute there is for dogs. It’s non-toxic, chocolate-y goodness that has proven pup-ular with dogs time and time again.

So, we’re sharing with you this fabulous Easter dog treat recipe – featuring carob chocolate – that is designed exclusively for pooches.

All you need is your mould, a stove top to melt your carob drops, and a fridge to set the eggs in!

Could it be any easier? We think not. And that’s exactly how we love to roll around here (roll as in, Easter egg roll….too far?!)

See below to create some delicious and easy Easter treats for your dog – don’t forget to include them in your own dog Easter egg hunt!

And if your pup happens to gobble up these ‘chocolate’ carob dog treats in under 2 seconds, we think they’ll also love our Carob Pupcakes Dog Treat Recipe.

Fun & Easy DIY Easter Eggs For Dogs


Easy Easter Eggs For Dogs Recipe

Fun & Easy DIY Easter Eggs For Dogs


You Will Need:

  • Mini Egg Mould – Shop Mini Egg Molds here
  • Mixing bowl, small saucepan, teaspoon and small butter knife.
  • Your choice of yoghurt or carob chocolate drops.


  • Melt the yoghurt or carob drops in a bowl over very low heat.
  • Using a teaspoon, fill each cavity with the melted yoghurt or carob drops.
  • Gently tap the mould on the bench surface to spread and fill the cavity evenly. If you’ve overfilled the cavities, use the flat edge of a knife to scrape the excess back into the bowl.
  • Refrigerate until set (approx. 20 mins). When set, the egg halves should easily slide out of the mould. Set aside.
  • Repeat steps 1-3. Place a solid egg half on top of each cavity so when set, the two halves will be joined.
  • Refrigerate until set. Gently remove the solid eggs from the mould.

Optional: Wrap your fabulous new Easter Eggs in decorative foil* for pretty presentation!

Makes approximately 10 eggs depending on your mould size.

Fun & Easy DIY Easter Eggs For Dogs

* Do not feed foil to dogs. Unwrap each egg before feeding to your pooch.

** The above recipe is for treats only and should not replace your dog’s regular meal plans. Always check with your vet about any major changes to your dog’s diet.

Fun & Easy DIY Easter Eggs For Dogs

Fun & Easy DIY Easter Eggs For Dogs


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Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

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20 responses to “Fun & Easy DIY Easter Eggs For Dogs”

  1. So cute!!! I was wondering how to include the dog in all the easter fun! problem solved!!

  2. Wow, hese look fabulous! Gorgeous pics 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

  3. katherine says:

    these are too adorable – it would be great to sneak some bacon bits in there too – like vosges chocolate – what an awesome human & pup snack

    <3 katherine

  4. Wow, these photos look fantastic and the treats look so perfect! Poor Mamma Biscuit has no teeth so her treats remain vegetables cut really small with some peanut butter on them!


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  10. Brittany says:

    I wish I could find these in the United States, so cute!! <3

  11. Mosley Raquel says:

    Hi Serena, I really enjoy you guys tips and DYI’s. The question I have is: I am currently trying to make the yogurt drop with the Hershey kiss look ( valentines puppy kisses). Where can I find the tags that you guys used in the 52nd addition that say woof or puppy kisses? I would love to purchase these.

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