Pets: Peanut butter and banana treats for your dog
Are you looking for a special treat for your fur-baby, but are sick of the shop-bought ones which are so expensive? Well, keep reading for a great recipe you can make at home in no time and your dog will love.
Thanks to Alex over at ‘Munchkins and the Military‘, we are excited about this very simple dog treat we had not even thought about before. And we LOVE peanut butter in this household, so we are not sure how we missed this one, but we did.
We can imagine dogs around the world getting excited about digging into this snack, especially on hot days. All the recipe requires is for you to mash two overripe bananas, mix in a cup of Greek Yoghurt and half a cup of peanut butter. The mix then gets poured into an ice-cube tray and popped into the freezer overnight.
How easy is that!
The cubes can then be placed in an airtight container back in the freezer, and one brought out occasionally for your best friend. Even the kids can have one too if they don’t have any nut or dairy allergies.
If you are in any doubt please check with your vet first and if possible use a healthy peanut butter option. And make sure you pop over to Alex’s website above and check out this and much more.
Thanks Alex, we love it.
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DISCLAIMER: This article is written for informational purposes only and is based on Christine and Trevor’s own life experiences. No food featured on this site should ever be consumed or handled if known or suspected allergies exist. Nothing featured here should be taken as medical, professional or legal advice. It is always recommended that you consult the appropriate professional before changing any routine or adopting any new procedure.