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Apple Pie with Turkey Homemade Dog Food Recipe

Apple Pie with Turkey

Dog Food Recipe

Key Ingredient


Perfect Dog Food Mix


Select the amount of 85% ground turkey you'll cook and use the corresponding ingredient quantities.

ground turkey gluten-free crackers apples cinnamon yumwoof mix
1 lb 0.2 oz ¼ dash ⅓ cup
4 lb 0.75 oz 1 ½ tsp 1 ½ cup
8 lb 1.5 oz 2 1 tsp entire bag

formulated for Good & Gather Gluten Free Multi-grain with Flax Rice Crackers

⏱️ 30 minutes
🦴 5 ingredients

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About This Recipe

If this sounds like a healthy dessert for dogs—that's because it pretty much is! Our Apple Pie dinner for dogs recipe combines ground turkey with the sweetness of apples for possibly our greatest culinary creation yet.

For this turkey homemade dog food recipe, just combine the simple ingredients and voila! Cinnamon not only balances the apple's flavor, but it also helps reduce blood glucose spikes from its sweetness.

This nutritionally complete homemade dog food is great for your picky eater, and it's way healthier than the apple oatmeal dog treats recipes we've seen online

Some pet parents have asked if dogs can eat apples, and the answer it yes. Apples are rich in fiber and antioxidants, and in the amounts served in this recipe, are a great addition to your dog's diet.

How To Make It


Heat oven to 250°F.


In a large roasting pan, combine the ground meat, crackers, cinnamon and Yumwoof Mix.


Bake according to the chart below. Let cool for 30 minutes.

ground turkey cooking time
1 lb 40 min
4 lb 1 ½ hours
8 lb 2 hours


Store in sealed container. Stays fresh refrigerated for 3 days, and in the freezer for up to 6 months.

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Guaranteed Analysis

Based on dry matter statistics as prepared according to our recipe. May vary due to natural differences in your local ingredients.

as-fed dry matter
crude protein (min.) 22% 42%
crude fat (min.) 19% 36%
net carbs (max.) 6% 12%
crude fiber (max.) 2% 5%
minerals as ash (max.) 2% 5%
moisture (max.) 48% -

Full Nutritional Data


Fatty Acids

Linoleic Acid (omega-6) 8.24%
Linolenic Acid (omega-3) 0.88%
EPA (omega-3) 0.10%
DHA (omega-3) 0.09%
Arachidonic Acid 0.60%


Vitamin A 42,003.96 IU/kg
Thiamin 7.17 mg/kg
Riboflavin (vitamin B2) 9.89 mg/kg
Niacin (vitamin B3) 156.07 mg/kg
Pantothenic Acid 32.51 mg/kg
Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) 10.20 mg/kg
Folate 0.60 mg/kg
Vitamin B12 0.06 mg/kg
Vitamin D 879.69 IU/kg
Vitamin E 69.71 IU/kg
Choline 1751.70 mg/kg


Calcium 1.47%
Copper 27.41 mg/kg
Iron 167.60 mg/kg
Magnesium 0.07%
Manganese 20.57 mg/kg
Phosphorus 1.27%
Potassium 0.76%
Selenium 0.001 mg/kg
Sodium 0.59%
Zinc 199.93 mg/kg
Iodine 3.93 mg/kg

Amino Acids

Arginine 2.69%
Cystine 1.64%
Histidine 1.22%
Isoleucine 1.77%
Leucine 3.40%
Lysine 3.76%
Methionine 1.19%
Phenylalanine 1.62%
Threonine 1.73%
Tyrosine 3.08%
Tryptophan 0.48%
Valine 1.86%

Feeding Guidelines

For feeding amounts based on your dog's weight, see the chart on this page.