These savory flavored Dog Biscuit treats fill the house with awesome smells when cooking. I have to keep my dog (4-year old Beagle named Oscar) outside when I am baking them as he would be inside begging otherwise.
The Parmesan is the key ingredient for the aroma, but the Chicken and other ingredients all add to what is a delicious treat for Oscar.
My dog (Airedale) doesn’t really have a sweet tooth, so this Naturalpetshop Beef and Vege Balls recipe is ideal as something savory instead.
I made my first batch yesterday and used the Organic Beef and Vegetable baby food as the recipe suggested.
I am going to have a go at making the Beef and Vegetable Stew soon, so that next time I can puree some of that instead of buying the baby food. I love that idea of making as much of the product at home myself as possible.
I have made Peanut Butter Cookies for my dog before, but this recipe intrigued me as it also had Pumpkin as well as a Glaze over the top. It is such an easy recipe to follow and Glaze is such a way of making the treat look even better.
I’m sure that my dog agrees as she comes running whenever I open the cookie jar.
I’m looking forward to trying a few other of the Naturalpetshop recipes based on my success with this Glazed Pumpkin and Peanut Butter cookie treat.
Until I found this recipe, I had no idea that dogs loved peanut butter so much and that it was OK to feed them some as a treat. I love how easy they are to bake and the inclusion of rolled oats, honey and fish oil is such a great way of getting those ingredients into their diet.
My dog (Labrador) has a sweet tooth, which is common for the breed. However, with the Summer heat she also suffers but this recipe I found on the Naturalpetshop site is great.
The non-fat yoghurt gives some creaminess; the no-sugar added fruit juice (I’ve used Apple and Orange in different batches), along with the Carrots (fibre, color, some sweetness) has gone down so well this Summer.
Freezing in ice block trays is a great portion control tip.