Christmas treat recipes for dogs

15 minutes Preparation Time

Christmas treat recipes for dogs

‘Tis the time for spoiling our loved ones!

They are the most adorable healthy treats during these festive seasons. These will undoubtedly make your four-legged family member asking for more. Easiest frozen dog treats to make at home and it’s refreshing. Merry Woof Woof!

Tools

Cheese grater.
Mould.
Measurement cup.
Blender.

Servings

Makes: 30 treats

Prep Time: 15  minutes

Ingredients

Strawberry layer

  • 0.5 tbsp Virgin coconut oil or Flax seed oil
  • 3/8 Banana
  • 4 frozen Strawberries

 

Milk layer

  • 3/8 cup Unsweetened almond milk (Organic milk)
  • 1/8 cup Natural yogurt (No sugar)

 

Toping

  • 1 Frozen strawberry

Let Do It!

Start with the strawberry coulis.

1. Peel the banana.

2. Add the strawberries to the blender.

3. Prepare strawberry coulis by pureeing the banana and strawberries with coconut oil in a blender until smooth.

4. Pour the strawberry coulis into the mold.

5. Freeze for about 5 minutes.

In the meantime

1. Pour the yogurt.

2. Add almond milk.

3. Blend yogurt and almond milk (or organic milk) together in a blender until light texture.

4. Take off the mould from the freezer and pour the Almond milk over the strawberry layers.

Last Step

1. Shred the frozen strawberry all over the mould using your grater.

2. Once you are satisfied, freeze for at least 4 hours.
frozen strawberry for dogs

Strawberries:

If you can give this super antioxidant fruit once a day to your dog, it would be ideal due to the important benefits, but, with no added sugar !

. Vitamins C (boost immunity + promote eye health)
. It regulate blood sugar (sweet alternative for diabetes)
. Folic acid (essential for pregnant dogs)
. Potassium
. Vitamin A

Banana:

. Potassium-rich (help lower blood pressure + help to prevent heart disease)
. Magnesium (very good for heart)

Almond milk (no sugar added):

. Proteins
. Healthy fats (prevent high blood pressure and heart disease)
. Fiber (healthy digestion)
. Calcium + Vitamin D (Reduce the risk for arthritis and osteoporosis, yes dogs have this too with age. Good for teeth and bones)

Yogurt (no sugar added):

. Probiotics (good bacteria for the digestive system)
. Calcium, vitamin B-2, vitamin B-12, potassium, and magnesium.

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