Homemade Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats - Munchkins and the Military

Homemade Peanut Butter Banana Coconut Oil Frozen Dog Treats
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Bananas are a tasty treat for humans. We use the yummy yellow fruit in cereal, smoothies and as a healthy snack between meals. But are bananas safe for dogs? The short answer is yes. Dogs can eat bananas in moderation.
Homemade Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats - Munchkins and the Military
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Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats - All you need is 4 ingredients for these hypoallergenic treats! And the coconut oil makes these so HEALTHY for your pup! ~ Damn Delicious peanut-butter-banana-frozen-dog-treat
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Photo provided by FlickrHomemade Peanut Butter Banana Coconut Oil Frozen Dog Treats
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An easy to make homemade dog treat recipe that uses three ingredients you probably already have in your home! Peanut butter, banana, and oatmeal!Frozen dog treats. *3 - 6 oz containers of plain low-fat vanilla yogurt *1/2 cup peanut butter *1 4 oz jar banana baby food *1 Tbsp honey COMBINE ALL INGREDIENTS THOROUGHLY. POUR MIXTURE INTO SMALL DIXIE CUPS (waxed lined ones) OR A SILICONE MOLD AND FREEZE. ONCE FROZEN, PEEL AWAY THE PAPER CUP AND SERVE! I have also stuck a milk bone dog biscuit into the center of each one of these to make it like a popsicle.Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats - All you need is 4 ingredients for these hypoallergenic treats! And the coconut oil makes these so HEALTHY for your pup!
My dog is spoiled, but I’m guessing yours is too. Healthy, homemade banana pumpkin dog treats are quick and easy to make, plus they only have four ingredients! For less than $5, you can make approximately 100 treats, which is a much better deal than store bought.We were wantin' some homemade dog treats awfully bad! She made us this Oatmeal, Peanut Butter and Banana Dog Treats recipe. It's one of our favorites WOOF!The process for these peanut butter and banana frozen dog treats was simple! Mash up the bananas, then mix in the remaining ingredients. Microwaving the peanut butter for about 15 seconds helped make it easier to get out of the measuring cup and mixed together.Our pets are like family. We do everything we can for them, right? Which is why I make treats for her instead of buying them when I have the time. Sugar has always had a very sensitive stomach and sometimes store bought foods/treats have given her tummy issues. For example, when she was a puppy I went through NINE different dog foods before I found one that didn’t make her sick. Eventually, the vet suggested that I cook vegetables for her and mix them with her dog food. Sugar has been on this diet for a few years now with no issues, so I’m quite happy. She eats what we eat most of the time, so it’s not really any extra work. Chicken, broccoli, cucumbers, sweet potatoes, apples, bananas, etc. She eats better than some of my friends!
And like a true paleo dog he needs paleo treats when he's being a good boy! So, like
a true Paleo baking dog mom, I made Montys treats from scratch. (I mean, I bake for a living, so I figured our dog should enjoy some of my baking skills too!) I also figured Monty shouldn't be the only dog enjoying these goodies, so I present to you Pumpkin Banana Paleo Dog treats!