Showing posts with label strawberry. Show all posts
Showing posts with label strawberry. Show all posts
Monday, 29 July 2019
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{RECIPE} Strawberry Mint Chicken Jerky Dog Treats

Chicken jerky dog treats in a bowl on polka dot napkins

We've been DIYing a lot recently, so here is something tasty to break things up on the blog! Mmmm...jerky! Jerky is doggone irresistible to our boys, no matter what the flavour.  Homemade dog jerky is very easy to make it is a great healthy treat option. There is absolutely no need to marinate at all - straight up plain jerky (usually beef) is our go-to meaty dog treat, but experimenting with marinades can be a fun sometimes as well. I've been trying to channel "What would Oli do?" inspiration on treats recently, and this jerky combines chicken with strawberries, which are one of his favourite fruits. You've got to be very quick to beat the dogs to a berry in our garden!

Monday, 21 January 2019
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{RECIPE} Naturally Pink Strawberry Cheesecake Dog Treats

Pink heart and bone shaped Valentine's Day dog treats on a polka dot background

We're back from our holiday blogging break and hopping straight into the goodies with our Valentine's Day post line up, and it's a berry-based treat for my berry-loving boys. May we all be as lucky to find a Valentine who looks at us with as much love and desire as Oli eyeing up a strawberry (or strawberry treat)! Haha! Look at this face:

Monday, 17 December 2018
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{RECIPE} Strawberry Carob Christmas Spice Dog Treats

Christmas dog treats shaped like bones, trees, gingerbread men, and snowmen

In confession, I simply couldn't resist pulling out the plunger cookie cutters to make a few final holiday treats.  My go-to carob powder smells a lot like cocoa powder to my underpowdered human nose, but in flavour  it's subtly sweet, a little nutty, and sort of reminds me of gingerbread. (I've tried it in human baking....not taste-testing dog treats, although I've been tempted! Hehe...) With spice and all things nice on the brain, I adapted our strawberry carob recipe to make a treat spiced up with a hint of cinnamon, ginger, and the rich scent of blackstrap molasses. Cue the drool! 

Monday, 10 December 2018
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{RECIPE} Berry Bacon Barkmas Bone Dog Treats

Dalmatian dog begging for a pink bone shaped dog treat  

Berry bacon barkmas bones...say that 10 times fast! :) These treats combine yummy strawberry (a dog favourite around here) with the irresistible scent/taste of bacon. Strawberries are in season during our Christmas holidays; however, frozen berries are fine for baking treats any time of year.  Any treat that gets crazy googly eyes from our beloved old Oli makes all the baking effort worthwhile! 

Wednesday, 30 November 2016
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{RECIPE} Easy Neapolitan Frozen Yogurt Summer Dog Treats

Homemade layered Neapolitan (strawberry, carob, plain) frozen yogurt dog treats

Tomorrow is the first official day of summer here (although it feels more like hot chocolate weather today), and we're sneaking in a quick and cool summer treat to celebrate. We'll be back tomorrow to begin our December Barkmas Bonanza with a Christmas post every weekday until we begin our holidays. Woofs!

Wednesday, 10 February 2016
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{RECIPE} Strawberry Banana Truffle Dog Treats

DIY strawberry banana truffle (bliss ball) dog treats

Fresh, fruity, and doggone delicious!  If you have strawberries growing in your garden (we currently do - yum!) or have splurged on berries for Valentine's Day, why not share a few with your dogs in a special homemade fruit truffle dog treat?  These simple no-bake treats are doggone delicious!


Monday, 8 February 2016
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{RECIPE} Strawberry & Carob Frozen Yogurt Treats

Homemade carob frozen yogurt heart shaped dog treats

It isn't our usual Wednesday recipe day, but with the recent hot weather here, we added a quick and easy extra to the post plan for any other hot dogs sizzling through summer (sorry to those of you freezing your fur off in the Northern Hemisphere!).  Made in the same style as our easy ice pop star dog treats, you (or the kids) can make these easy homemade frozen yogurt dog treats in just a minute or two, plus freezing time. Fresh and fruity or chocolatey carob? Choices choices!  Why not both?

Wednesday, 13 January 2016
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{RECIPE} Strawberry Banana & Mint Dog Muffins

Homemade strawberry banana mint muffin dog treats

Yesterday we shared a special post all about the healthy fruits, veggies, and herbs for dogs, so it seemed only fitting that our weekly recipe be a deliciously fruity treat.  This small-batch muffin recipe is quick and simple, and smells AMAZING.  Go ahead and taste one yourself if you wish - they aren't sweet like many of our human muffins, but they are packed with nutritional goodness and flavour.  Added bonus: these made our dogs' breath smell awesome!  Perhaps a recipe to bake up before sharing any Valentine's Day puppy dog kisses?  Strawberries and mint are readily available here at the moment, including straight out of our garden, but you can also substitute - see the tips at the end of our post.  


Thursday, 2 July 2015
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{RECIPE} Fourth of July Ice Pop Dog Treats

Saturday will be the Fourth of July / Independence Day, so we thought that we would share an easy summer dog treat recipe for our American readers. These simple ice pops are a fun little summer time treat for your canine companions - perfect for cooling down during the dog days of summer!
 
Homemade fruit and frozen yogurt dog treats shaped like stars