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Hi Bold Bakers!
Those of you who have pets can probably agree, making wholesome food for your best friends is just as fun and satisfying as sharing homemade treats with your friends and family! With this in mind I’ve whipped up 3 incredible homemade dog treats!
I am a huge animal and dog lover! I grew up in Ireland with dogs and since moving to California, Kevin and I have been proud owners of the world’s sweetest pup, Waffles! My dog Waffles is a 4 year old, Terrier Lhasa Apso mix. We rescued him 3 years ago from a great facility here in Los Angeles called NKLA. This organization rescues dogs from high kill areas and gives them a better chance of survival and a better chance at finding their forever home. We are so grateful to have him!
This recipe for Yogurt and Berries Dog Treats features all natural ingredients you probably already have around. Who would have known tangy yogurt and fresh seasonal berries could be combined to make the simplest doggy treats? To be honest, it sounds like my favorite breakfast…
You will love making these but more importantly you pets will go crazy for them! Not only will your pups love the taste of these frozen dog treats but they actually have loads of health benefits for your dog. The main ingredient in these treats, yogurt, does wonders for dogs.
High in calcium and protein, yogurts with active bacteria can act as a probiotic and are good for your dog’s digestive system just as they are for you As far as the berries, just as they are superfoods for us they pack a punch for your pets! All the antioxidants and fiber boast the same benefits for your dog’s body.
I cannot wait for you to give this recipe a go. I love the thought of all my Bold Bakers sharing something homemade with their pups! Enjoy!
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Yogurt and Berries Dog Treats Recipe
- 1 cup (8oz/120g) plain yogurt
- 10 strawberries , diced
- 20 blueberries
- In your dog treat mold or ice cube tray scatter in your strawberries and blueberries.
- Spoon over the yogurt. Fill evenly and smooth the top.
- Tap on the counter to ensure there are no air bubbles and the mixture is evenly distributed.
- Freeze for a minimum of 5 hours or overnight.
- To remove tap on the counter to loosen then turn out. If you have any trouble, quickly run the mold under warm water to help the treats release then turn out.
- Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.