Sharing 25 of our Most Popular Frozen Dog Treats
Pawsicles Dog Treats
Frosty Paws Dog Treats
18. Frosty Pumpkin
Dairy Free Ice Cream
18. Frosty Pumpkin
Making frosty dog treats for your dog is easy. Frosty dog treats are typically made with yogurt and juice fruit. To make frosty dog treats, I use assorted molds. One of my favorite molds is from
KONG Easy Freeze Kit Frozen Dog Treats. At the farmers market, we got some locally grown strawberries and blueberries. These berries inspired me to make Kong Shaped Frosty Berries Dog Treats
1 cup plain yogurt
1/3 cup strawberries
1/3 cup blueberries
Combine all ingredients in a blender.
Pour the frosty mixture into Kong mold. Then, freeze it for two hours.
These frosty berries dog treats are pawfect treats to have after our morning walk.
Simple frosty treats you can make for your dog and for yourself.
Also, check out Kong Shaped Coconut Banana Strawberry Frosty
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Sugar loves watermelon. Did you know? Watermelon is commonly considered a fruit but it is actually a vegetable and a member of the cucumber family.
While some are already experiencing winter weather, it still feels like Summer here in SoCal. Sugar and I have been enjoying the outdoors and running. We are getting ready for our Fit Foodie Run 5k. I previously shared that I was chosen to be 2015 Fit Foodie Ambassador for Cooking Light & Health, San Diego. The official charity partner of the event is the American Diabetes Association. 5% of the Fit Foodie 5k Race entries and merchandise sales benefit the American Diabetes Association. As an Act of Kindness, the American Diabetes Association provided us a special healthy and diabetes-friendly cookbook.
Did you know? In 2012, 29.1 million Americans had diabetes. Approximately 1.25 million American children and adults have type 1 diabetes. In 2010, Diabetes was the 7th leading cause of death. Healthy eating is important especially to those who have diabetes.
Diabetes isn’t just a human disease; dogs (and cats) get it too. I was told that 1 out of 100 dogs around the age of 12 years of old has diabetes. Female dogs are more likely to develop diabetes than males dogs. Unfortunately, I found out that there’s no cure for a diabetic pet. However, it is treatable and with the proper care a diabetic pet can live a happy, healthy and active life.
There are many delicious easy to follow recipes I plan to try. I found a dog-friendly watermelon smoothie recipe and a pawfect drink after our morning run.
4 cups watermelon chunks
2/3 cup fat-free Greek yogurt (omitted vanilla flavored yogurt from original recipe)
1 tablespoon of honey
1 tablespoon chopped mint
1 cup of ice cubes
Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
Serves 4, 1 cup per serving
A refreshing way to hydrate plus freshens dog’s breath!
Golden TongueOut DELISH!
Lots of Golden Thanks to American Diabetes Association
Share a Valentine frosty treat with your dog.
Crusted Banana Cranberry Heart Frosty
toasted oats (cooked w/ coconut oil)
In a blender, mix yogurt, banana and cranberries. Pour into a heart shaped mold. Freeze it for 2 hours. Once frozen, place a thin layer of peanut butter and sprinkle with toasted oats. Re-freeze for 30 minutes. Remove it from the mold.
A DELISH! treat you and your dog will enjoy.
Lots of Golden Thanks.
Happy Tasty Tuesday!
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