Friday, April 19, 2013

Super-easy frozen peanut butter treats!

Has anyone met a dog who doesn't like peanut butter? It's not just good to eat; it's a great source of vitamins E, K, and B12, it has important minerals, and is a great source of fiber. 

Some peanut butters contain a lot of sugar or corn syrup, but there are sugar free versions. It doesn't really matter if we don't like it; odds are the dogs will.

Here is a dog treat recipe so easy and quick it can't fail.

1 cup peanut butter
1 16 Oz container plain yogurt
2 ice cube trays

Microwave the peanut butter for about 1.5 minutes. Mix it with the yogurt until completely blended. Pour the mixture into ice cube trays, and place them in the freezer.

Once frozen, they're done. Conveniently sized frozen treats. Even the storage is already cared for; they're in the freezer!

I originally found this recipe at petsadviser.com. They have many more!

4 comments:

  1. This looks yummy! Titan loves peanut butter but not yogurt. I give him peanut butter & sweet potato freezies. :)

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  2. That also sounds good! Right now I'm giving mine frozen pumpkin; the epitome of easy-ness. They love it, it's good for them, everyone's happy, LOL! =D

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  3. Even I can make these! I am sure Finn will love them!

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    1. I made them this weekend with greek yogurt and crunchy peanut butter. The doggies loved them. I have to admit I ate some of the batter, LOL! XD

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