Showing posts with label pie. Show all posts
Showing posts with label pie. Show all posts
Monday, 4 June 2018
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{RECIPE} Apple Pie Pupsicle Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats

Bowl of bone shaped frozen yogurt dog treats on a blue table

These easy three-ingredient apple pie frozen yogurt dog treats are doggone delicious!  It's not pupsicle weather here at the moment (brrr....winter!), but the blog dogs have been busy for months pre-prepping and taste testing (such a difficult duty!) treats so that we can keep the blog active through the chaos of moving prep, relocation, and settling into a new home.  And June is Dairy Month, so we're kicking off with a yummy yogurt treat. These frozen treats were a summertime hit at our place and are super simple to make! Soak up some sunshine for us, nothern furfriends!

Friday, 17 November 2017
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How to Make Pumpkin Pie Thanksgiving Dog Treats

Homemade pumpkin dog treats stamped to look like pies with drawstring treat bags

If playful puppies picked a piece of pumpkin pie, where the piece of pumpkin pie that playful puppies picked?  In their tummy, of course! We're popping in with a bonus post this week especially for our American furfriends who will be celebrating Thanksgiving next week and for lovers of pie in general. Mmmm...pie.  

Monday, 8 May 2017
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{RECIPE} Cookie Cups for Puppy Pie Dog Treats Any Time!

Cookie cups for dogs? Oh yes we did!  Edible dog-friendly cookie cups are a pawesome way to make a special little treat for your dog and a batch can be frozen for use in any number of tasty mini treats.  My favourite way to use them is like mini pie shells, and I'll share some easy filling ideas.

Homemade bite-sized cookie cups for making dog treats

Monday, 24 October 2016
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{RECIPE} Autumn Apple Puppy Pie Dog Treats

Homemade apple pie dog treats on a plaid table with drawstring treat bags
These quick and fruity dog treats smell great! Our fruit-fan dogs thought they were pretty tasty, too. For those of you enjoying the cool days of autumn and freshly harvested apples, you can swap pureed fresh apple for sauce and adjust your liquid/flour quantities if needed to get a nice workable dough. Our apple trees are in blossom at the moment, but there is never a wrong time of year for pie, is there?