Easy Vegan Pill Pockets Recipe

At v-dog, we all know that dogs thrive on a complete and balanced vegan diet and are generally very healthy. But sometimes, dogs need to take pills...and it can be a tricky experience! Most pup parents know that hiding the pill inside a treat they love is usually a huge help.

Most (if not all) packaged pill pocket types of treats contain animal products or other yucky fillers. As a dog mom, I'd been meaning to make my own. It wasn't until recently that I realized how SIMPLE making these things can be! Check out our recipe below and let us know what you think with a comment below! 

3 Ingredient Vegan Pill Pocket Recipe 

[Makes about 12 pill pockets; 100% vegan/gluten free]

2 tbs oat flour (or flour of your choice) 

1 tbs creamy organic plain peanut butter

1 tbs soy milk 

Simple Steps: Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl, hand form the dough into little balls, then poke each ball with a chopstick to make a pre-formed hole. Store the treats in the fridge up until the expiration date of the soy milk.


Tail wags,

Team v-dog 


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1 comment

  • Made these pill pockets after one of our dogs had surgery and needed meds and after reading the ingredients on the pill pockets sold at our vet’s. These are perfect! I used chickpea flour, peanut butter, and hemp milk. Both dogs love the pill pockets. As we pill one we give the other bites and we’re all happy.

    Karen Matz

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