If you don’t have time or you ran out of treats ....just grab a strawberries, blueberries, carrots, or broccoli from your fridge
All treats if not frozen will last longer if refrigerated
Peanut Butter Treats: 2 cups flour or (grain free use coconut flour.)
½ cup peanut butter.
Mix ingredients together until combined, and than add water (about one Teaspoon) until it becomes wet enough to roll out as dough. Cut as you wish. I like 2x2 squares or your favorite shape ¼ inch thick. Put on cookie sheet Bake 20 min at 350F
Chicken and Bacon Treats: 1 cup dried chicken and two strips of dried bacon
½ cup of cooked rice
3 Tablespoons of rice flour (or white flour)
Tablespoon of parsley
Mix ingredients together until combined. Spoon Tablespoon balls on cookie sheet.
Bake 20-30 minutes 350F
Pumpkin Carrot Bites:
¾ cup canned pumpkin (get the kind that ONLY has pumpkin in it)
1 egg beaten
¼ cup shredded carrots
1 cup flour (grain free use coconut flour)
Mix ingredients roll the batter into small balls (one teaspoon ish) on cookie sheet. Bake 30-35 minutes 350F
Peanut butter and Sweet Potato Treat:
1 cup mashed sweet potato (medium sized one )
1 cup flour
½ cup peanut butter
Mix ingredients until well combined. Roll out the dough - it will be sort of sticky so sprinkle flour down to roll out on. About ⅛ to ¼ thickness desired shapes. Bake 10 minutes 350F
Strawberry Watermelon Frozen Treats:
Two cups watermelon
1 cup strawberry
5 Tablespoons of plain yogurt or Cottage Cheese
Mix ingredients into a pink mix small chunks are good for texture. Ball on wax paper to freeze or use an ice cube tray. Freeze.
Meat / bone broth Treats:
1 whole chicken no skin (or remains of whole turkey - turkey neck, beef bones)
2 Tablespoons of Apple cider vinegar
Place in stock pot and cover with water add apple cider vinegar. Simmer on low very gently for 18 to 24 hours. The vinegar aids in leaching the minerals from the bones. I have used my Thanksgiving Days turkey after I took the meat off the bones and using the same roasting pan I baked it in for the “stock pot’. I broke down the skeleton to lay flatter so I can cover with the water and let that simmer with the neck and bones from T-bone steak I froze to add to the turkey bones.
Remove bones after the 18-24 hour simmer. It’s amazing how the leftover meat just falls off the bone and makes a “stew” To make sure you removed all the bones and blend in a blender so its safe for your furry friend. REMEMBER COOKED BONES KILL DOGS!!
You can feed it to your dog when cooled as a soup and/or freeze in ice cube trays.
Sardines or Salmon Treats:
1 cup of sardines or salmon chopped
1 can (14.5 oz) of chicken or beef broth
If you use sardines use the packed in water only. Mix the ingredients and fill ice cube trays and freeze for great treats.