Dog Food Treats

 

Creamy Banana Treat

Ingredients:

Half cup of regular peanut butter
3 bananas
2 eggs
2 tablespoons of honey
1 cup of water (you can add milk if the dog tolerates dairy products)
2 cups of flour (use wheat flour if available)
1 teaspoon of baking powder

Steps:

1. First, preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Combine all of the ingredients and mix well, until a smooth consistency is achieved.

3. On a medium-sized baking tray, place a cookie sheet and spread it evenly across the whole surface of the baking tray. Don’t forget to spray the cookie sheet.

4. With a spoon or scoop, transfer the mixture to the cookie sheet, one spoonful/scoopful at a time.

5. Bake for a quarter of an hour and serve. The cookies can be placed in a sealed jar. They can also be frozen and served over the course of weeks.

 

 

Brown Rice Cookies

Ingredients:

Half cup of boiled chicken (shred the chicken first)
Whole cup of brown rice (cook the brown rice before making the cookies)
2 tablespoons of regular honey
2 tablespoons of canola oil
1 egg
Half cup of baby food (anything with chicken in the label)
Half cup of chicken stock
¼ teaspoon of salt
1 teaspoon of baking powder
Quarter cup of skim milk
Two cups of flour (wheat flour if available)

Steps:

1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

2. Combine most of the ingredients except the rise. Stir until well blended.

3. Add the mixture to the rise and slowly mix, taking care to integrate a little air to the mixture.

4. Apply large drops of the mix to a pre-sprayed baking tray with a cookie sheet.

5. Bake for a quarter of an hour and serve.

 

 

Dog Food Meals

 

Collie Chicken Meatloaf

This meal offers a balance of healthy proteins, grains and vegetables. Vegetables are natural sources of vitamins and minerals, and cabbage is said to boost immune function.

Here’s a great meal that provides a balance of healthy proteins, grains and vegetables with all these benefits:

Brown rice: A healthy, easily digestible carbohydrate source.
Sweet potatoes: Easily digestible carbohydrate source and an excellent source of beta-carotene.
Tomatoes: Provides lycopene, a powerful antioxidant.
Ginger: Thought to osteoarthritis pain.
Garlic: Though to be beneficial to the canine.
Salmon: Optional. Supplies Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A & D, and also contains DHA.

Recipe

Ingredients – Calories

1 c. cornmeal – 592
1/2 c. oatmeal uncooked rolled oats – 150
1 1/2 c. chicken stock – 8
1 c. boiled chicken cut into small pieces – 273
1/4 c. baby cabbage chopped – 5
1/2 tsp. ground thyme – 2
dash salt – 0
dash ground black pepper – 0
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TOTAL – 1030 Calories

Instructions

1. Combine cornmeal, oatmeal and chicken stock in a large pot and bring to a boil.

2. Reduce heat, cover and simmer for about 30 minutes.

3. Stir in chicken, baby cabbage and seasonings. The mixture should be quite thick.

4. Pour the cornmeal mixture into a greased bread pan,  smoothing with a spatula.

5. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.

6. Cut the loaf into slices.

7. In a large skillet, add meatloaf slices, frying on both sides over medium heat until golden brown.

8. Serve cooled.

Serve and Watch Your Dog Enjoy!

 

 

Pug Potato & Collie Cabbage Stew

Here’s a great meal that provides a balance of healthy proteins, grains and vegetables with all these benefits:

Brown rice: A healthy, easily digestible carbohydrate source.
Sweet potatoes: Easily digestible carbohydrate source and an excellent source of beta-carotene.
Tomatoes: Provides lycopene, a powerful antioxidant.
Ginger: Thought to osteoarthritis pain.
Garlic: Though to be beneficial to the canine.
Salmon: Optional. Supplies Omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A & D, and also contains DHA.

Recipe

Ingredients – Calories

2 lb. low fat beef (or chicken, lamb, fish or liver)* – 1750 (beef)
1 tbsp. vegetable oil – 124
2 c. cabbage, chopped – 42
2 small zucchini’s, cubed – 62
3 cloves garlic (optional) – 12
18 oz canned sweet potatoes – 432
14 1/2 oz canned tomato wedges, in juice – 123
1 1/2 c. tomato juice – 62
3/4 c. apple juice – 88
1 tsp. ginger root, grated – 2
1/3 c. peanut butter – 515
6 c. cooked brown rice – 1308
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TOTAL – 4534 Calories
*Calorie counts for alternative meats: chicken (1249), lamb (1685), fish (salmon 1867), liver (1589)

Instructions:

1. Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat  (using oil optional, meats will create oil).

2. Cook beef (or alternative meat).

3. Add the cabbage and garlic. Cook, stirring, until the cabbage is tender-crisp, about 5 minutes.

4. Stir in the sweet potatoes, tomatoes, tomato juice, apple juice and ginger.

5. Reduce heat to medium-low, cover.

6. Simmer until hot and bubbling, about 6 minutes.

7. Stir in the green beans and simmer, uncovered for about 5 minutes.

8. Stir in the peanut butter until well-blended and hot, about 1 minute.

9. Spoon over rice and serve cooled.

 

 

Campfire Classic

This meal offers a balance of healthy proteins, grains and vegetables. Sweet potatoes are a healthy, easily digestible carbohydrate source and an excellent source of beta-carotene, as are carrots. Vegetables are natural sources of vitamins and minerals.

Ingredients – Calories

2 c. meat (chicken, beef or liver strips) – 546 (944 or 468)
4 carrots, sliced – 120
1 large sweet potato, cubed – 156
2 small zucchini’s, cubed – 62
2 c. mushrooms, sliced – 30
1 c. frozen corn kernels – 132
(About) 1 tbsp. olive oil – 119
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TOTAL Calories – 1165 (1563 or 1087)

Instructions

1. Mix all ingredients in a bowl and drizzle with olive oil

2. Divide into portions onto sheets of aluminum foil and wrap tightly.

3. Place foil wraps in outer edges of campfire and let sit until cooked through, usually about 20 minutes to 1/2
hour.

4. Serve cooled.

For an extra special breakfast treat at the campsite, add scrambled eggs to the cooked mixture before serving.

Tastes Good and It’s Healthy Too!

With this combination of ingredients, you will be ensuring that your dog gets the best meal, as well as the right amount of energy and nutrients to take a hike and to enjoy even more of the wilderness.

If you want more recipes to help with your dog’s health, get your copy of Dog Food SECRETS.  It will give you extra treats and meals to help with your dog’s health and a lot more.

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