Scrambled Eggs and Cheese- Kong Stuffers

Scrambled Eggs and Cheese- Kong Stuffers

A lot of you have been asking about the kong’s I make my dogs nightly. I thought I’d start sharing some of the ideas I have used for my furkids and my boarding clients.

This past week I posted my scrambled eggs with cheese photos on FaceBook. In case you missed it, here it is again.

Ingredients:
Scrambled eggs with Colby cheese (cooled)
Instant oats mixed with low sodium beef broth
Peanut Butter
Rabbit treat to top it off.

Apple Mint Dog Treats

Apple Mint Dog Treats

These dog bones are low fat and low calorie, and they have a pleasant

 

 

  • 1/2 cup applesauce
  • 2 teaspoons green or red powdered food coloring or spinach powder (to get the color desired)
  • 7/8 cup water
    Directions For
    Apple Mint Dog Bones
    With all of my recipes, you can use a heavy-duty mixer with a dough hook.with a dough hook or a bread machine. I prefer the bread machine, as it’s so much easier. If you use a mixer, simply adjust the directions for making bread with your mixer.

    • Place everything in the bread machine on the dough cycle.
    • When the dough is ready, roll it to1/4” thick with a non-stick rolling pin.
    • Using a mini bone cookie cutter, cut the dough into mini dog bone shapes.
    • Bake at 250 degrees F for about an hour. Check to make sure that they don’t get too brown.
    • Turn off the oven and let the mini dog bones dry completely in the oven—This works best overnight.
    • If you’d like to dress up your dog bones, why not try a little dog treat icing?

 

For more great recipes please check out:

http://www.best-dog-treat-recipes.com

 

 

PB, Banana & Coconut Treats

PB, Banana & Coconut Treats

Ingredients
1 cup Coconut Oil
1 cup peanut butter
1 medium banana

Directions
Place your peeled banana, peanut butter and coconut oil into a bowl and smash together with the backside of a spoon.

Once mixed together, fill a plastic baggie with the mixture. Snip the corner with scissors and squeeze the mixture into your mold (silicone molds work great since they are flexible and let you pop the treats right out. You can also find so many different sizes and shapes.).

You can also just make dots onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet, your choice! Once your mold is filled, pop into the freezer until solid. The treats will pop right out of a silicone mold and you can place them into a larger, labeled freezer-safe bag and they’ll keep for quite a while. Smaller, bite sized treats would be great for training purposes. These WILL soften if handled too long, so serve straight from the freezer or in a small dish.

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Grain Free Sweet Potato Treats

Grain Free Sweet Potato Treats

Ingredients
1 cup Coconut Oil
1 cup peanut butter
1 medium banana
Directions
Place your peeled banana, peanut butter and coconut oil into a bowl and smash together with the backside of a spoon. 
Once mixed together, fill a plastic baggie with the mixture. Snip the corner with scissors and squeeze the mixture into your mold (silicone molds work great since they are flexible and let you pop the treats right out. You can also find so many different sizes and shapes.).

You can also just make dots onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet, your choice! Once your mold is filled, pop into the freezer until solid. The treats will pop right out of a silicone mold and you can place them into a larger, labeled freezer-safe bag and they’ll keep for quite a while. Smaller, bite sized treats would be great for training purposes. These WILL soften if handled too long, so serve straight from the freezer or in a small dish.

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Frozen Bone Treats

Frozen Bone Treats

Berry Bones
1/2 cup frozen raspberries/blueberries/strawberries, thawed
1/2 cup chicken stock (or water)
TSP coconut oil (optional)
(makes 5 large bones, or a couple of ice cube trays worth)
Simply thaw the berries to room temperature and mix with chicken stock and coconut oil. The latter of which is optional – I included it because it has so many positive benefits for dogs – it improves their skin & coat, promotes weight loss, aids digestion and more. And as if that isn’t enough, it adds a really nice dimension, flavour-wise. I’ve been using it in a lot of non-dairy desserts for myself as a matter of fact. Now, you may need to heat this mixture up a bit to get the coconut oil to melt. Or let it rise to room temp. Give this mixture the what for with a fork to break up those berries. Then, simply spoon mixture into your mold and freeze. SO EASY. I used frozen berries because they break up better than fresh ones. I’m all about making less effort.
Apple Cinnamon Bones
1/2 cup unsweetened apple sauce
1/2 cup chicken stock (or water)
1/4 TSP cinnamon
This recipe is even easier!! Simply mix the applesauce, chicken stock or water and cinnamon together and spoon into your mold. Apparently cinnamon is great for senior dogs with arthritis – like Hank. And the smell of apple cinnamon is just one of those winning combinations. IMHO these are healthy, delicious treats for your dog on a hot summer day. Chicken stock can tempt even the fussiest of fruit rejecters like.

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