Here are some quick and easy all natural healthy dog treat recipes for you to try at home that your pup will love! Perfect for summer.
Frozen Chicken & Apple Bites
1. 1/2 low salt chicken stock cube dissolved in boiled water and allowed to cool.
2. Two apples, cored and diced
3. Cooked, shredded chicken breast
Method: Add the apple and chicken breast to the stock and simply pour into your ice cube trays. Pop in the freezer. Once solid, give them to your pup to help keep them cool.
Peanut Butter & Banana Ice Cream
Makes: 8 portions
Prep: 10 minutes + 6 hours to freeze
4 ripe bananas, sliced
4 heaped tbsp of smooth dog friendly peanut butter, we recommend Woof Butter woofbutter.com.
8 heaped tbsp of dairy free yoghurt
Method: Line a baking tray with non-stick baking paper. Spread the banana slices over the tray and put in the freezer for 3 hours, or until frozen. Put the frozen bananas into a food processor and add the peanut butter an yoghurt. Blend until smooth and creamy in texture, then spoon into a small container. Freeze for 3 hours or over night. As a treat, add a spoonful or scoop to your dog's bowl.
Peanut butter & Jam Frozen Treats
1 cup of strawberries
¼ cup of water
A few dollops of peanut butter, we recommend Woof Butter woofbutter.com.
Method: Wash your strawberries thoroughly and slice off the tops. Add your strawberries and water to the blender and blend until smooth . Pour the liquid into your ice cube trays and fill around ¾ of the way. Grab a teaspoon and add a small amount of the peanut butter into each slot. Pop your tray into the freezer and leave until completely frozen.
Yum! Serve these delicious treats straight out of the freezer and watch your pup enjoy.
Can you freeze peanut butter?
You may be wondering if peanut butter will actually freeze in this tasty treat. Well, yes, it absolutely does! The peanut butter dollop will freeze along with the frozen strawberry mixture and is safe for your dog to eat.