Make your dog this vegetarian frozen apple carrot cubes. They are a perfect homemade dog treat for when it is hot outside.
Happiness with pets exists in so many ways! I know that with my sweet dog Gia, happiness exists all around. Whether she's giving me a slobbery kiss, a joyful tail wag or scarfing down a homemade treat, she is happy.
A few years ago when we got Gia, I created some treats for her. I had to do this because we had multiple food allergies in our house, including a peanut allergy.
How to Make Allergy-Friendly Dog Treats
Many of the dog treats contain peanut butter or they are run on the same line as peanut butter. This poses a problem for a peanut allergy kiddo.
We also had gluten and dairy to contend with. So I got to work in the kitchen to create some treats for our sweet girl! Just simple recipes that our girls loves!
I created some delicious Frozen Apple Carrot Cubes. These are particularly delicious on a warm day!
The puree is a simple one: water, carrots, apples.
Of course I did get a super cute paw mold to freeze these cubes into a paw shape! You can literally buy anything on Amazon nowadays!
While the actual paw shape, probably doesn't make any difference to Gia...it does to her mamma!
I love them! How can you resist? 🙂
Let's talk! Have you ever made a recipe for your pet? What did you make?
Frozen Apple Carrot Cubes - Dog Treats for Gia
- 1 carrot peeled
- 1 apple cored and deseeded
- ½ c water
- Puree into a smooth mixture in a blender.
- Pour into ice cube trays or molds. Freeze.
- Once frozen, your pet can enjoy in moderation!
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