There’s no doubt that it can be hard to choose the perfect name for your new dog. Besides, there are so many creative options you can go with. Pet names are often inspired by a multitude of things such as nature, appearance, personality…even your favorite food. If you are someone with a serious sweet tooth (like myself), perhaps a cookie-themed name for your new puppy is the right choice. So, grab some warm ooey-gooey chocolate chip cookies and take note of these sweet cookie dog names.
Ultimate List of Cookie Dog Names
Cookie-inspired Dog Names
- Oreo– milk’s favorite cookie, right? Oreo would make a cute name for a black and white pup.
- Snickerdoodle– the delicious cinnamon sugar cookie
- Chip– inspired by the good ole’ classic chocolate chip cookie. Chip would be such a cute play on a cookie name.
- Velvet– the red velvet cookie topped with cream cheese icing. Velvet would make an adorable name for a pup with red colored fur.
- Ginger snap– crispy and crunchy cookies that are flavored with ginger and cinnamon.
- Shortbread– also called a “shortie” (which would make a cool name for a dog) are Scottish biscuit cookies made from flour, butter, and sugar.
- Spritz– crisp, sweet, and buttery cookies commonly made around the holidays. Spritz would make a unique name for small dogs.
- Snowball– these type of cookies literally look like perfect round snowballs.
- Wafer– a crisp, very thin, flat biscuit cookie. Wafers are usually made sandwiched with buttercream.
- Tassie– a combination between a shortbread cookie and a tiny pecan pie.
- Macaron– the dainty and delicate French sandwich cookie. If your dog’s personality is a little sassy with a side of fancy-Macaron would be such a cute name choice.
- Cookie– this one HAS to be on the list. You can’t make a cookie dog name list without the actual name cookie, right?!
- Biscuit– latin for “twice-baked.”
- Sugar– inspired by the classic sugar cookie. If your dog has a sweet demeanor, what better way to honor that then by using the name Sugar?
- Biscotti– an Italian almond biscuit. Biscottis are crispy and made for dipping into tea or coffee. This would be a cute name for dog owners that love coffee.
- Blossom– inspired from the peanut butter blossom cookies. These are peanut butter cookies topped with a Hershey kiss.
- Sandie– pecan shortbread sugar cookies
Famous Cookie Brand Names
- Keebler– a popular cookie company in the United States.
- Scout– inspired from Girl Scout Cookies.
- Nabisco– an American cookie company based in New Jersey. Nabisco produces popular cookies like Oreo, Chips Ahoy, and Fig Newtons.
- Pepperidge– an American cookie and cracker company based in Connecticut. Pepperidge Farms makes the popular Milano cookies. Pepper would make a cute nickname for this idea.
- Little Debbie– most of us are familiar with Little Debbie cookie and cake snacks. Ever had an oatmeal cream pie? Zebra Cake? Cosmic Brownie?
- Fields– named after Mrs. Fields Original Cookies Inc.
- Newton– inspired by the famous fig newton sandwich cookies.
- Amos– inspired by the Famous Amos brand known for their crunchy bite-sized chocolate chip cookies.
- Milano– crisp thin cookies sandwiched together by luxurious chocolate.
- Lorna– inspired by Lorna Doone Shortbread snack cookies
Popular Names inspired by Cookie Flavors
- Cocoa– a chocolate powder commonly used in cookie recipes
- Cinnamon– a spice used in many different cookies such as the snickerdoodle and ginger snap.
- Lemon– lemon juice is used as a light and summery flavor in cookies and desserts.
- Caramel– made from heating sugars. Caramel is a popular flavor is many desserts.
- Hazelnut– the fruit of a hazel tree. Typically, hazelnut is used as a flavoring.
- Toffee– a candy made from caramelized sugar and butter and usually coated in chocolate.
Dessert Dog Names
- Brownie– a chocolatey baked confection. Brownie is a cute and classic dog name.
- Blondie– blondies are usually the same consistency of a brownie but made without the chocolate. Undoubtedly, Blondie would be an adorable name for golden retrievers.
- Brookie– a combination of a cookie and a brownie.
- Truffle– bite-sized balls of chocolate desserts. For the most part, truffles are filled with ganache.
- Strudel– a layered pastry filled with sweet filling such as jam, chocolate, cream, etc. Generally, strudels are sweet but can have a savory moment too.
- Gelato– Italian ice cream
- Pudding– a sweet milk-based dessert that has the consistency of custard.
- Sundae– an ice cream dessert that consists of a scoop of ice cream, dessert sauce, whipped cream, and nuts (with a cherry on top).
- Hershey– an American chocolate manufacturer. In fact, Hershey is one of the largest chocolate manufacturers in the world.
- Heath– a candy bar that contains chocolate and toffee.
- Kit– inspired by the Kit-Kat candy bar. Kit would make a good name for female dogs.
- Ruth– inspired by the Babe Ruth candy bar.
- Candy– is it possible to make a list of dessert names and not include the name, candy?!
- Dove– an American brand of chocolate. Generally, Dove is best known for their bite-sized pieces of chocolates.
- Twinkie– a golden sponge snack cake with cream filling.
- Cupcake– a small cake. In fact, Cupcake would be such a cute name for a smaller-sized pup.
- Mousse– a soft, light-textured dessert. Similar to a cream.
- Churro– a Spanish dessert that consists of fried dough covered in cinnamon sugar.
- Éclair– a French pastry made with cream in the middle topped with chocolate icing.
- Reese– a popular candy made with chocolate and peanut butter.
After all, going with a cookie dog name is never a bad idea (in my opinion). I hope this list inspired and most importantly helped you on your dog naming-journey. If you did not find “the one” feel free to check out our other dog name suggestions here.