BBS Weekly Drool Recipe w/ Spoon Fork Bacon: Doggy Fro-Yo
This week's Drool Recipe comes from our new friends Teri & Jenny over at Spoon Fork Bacon! We'd like to thank them for this exclusive recipe and their beautiful photography. Just look at that food styling! This is one that you and your pup will equally appreciate! Thanks again ladies!
Hi All! When the lovely folks over at bestbullysticks.com invited us to do a guest post, providing one of our homemade pet treat recipes we eagerly said, "Yes!" Pets are incredibly important to both of us and hold a very special place in our hearts. We both have pets (Teri has two cats and Jenny has a little min-pin mix) and can acknowledge as well as appreciate the endless loyalty and unconditional love we get from our furry little friends. Since we're coming up on everyone's favorite season, fro-yo season this is, we thought that our little babies need some fro-yo love too! We've created a quick an easy fro-yo treat without weird additives and preservatives. This treat is all natural and made with Greek yogurt, peanut butter, a banana, and a touch of honey! Before you begin fretting about the use of dairy and your pets sensitive little bellies, here's a fun little fact: All natural Greek yogurt is actually good for your dogs! The natural live cultures in the yogurt actually help flush all the bad bacteria out of your pooch and help maintain the good ones!...neat right?! I thought so! Anyway, if you're as crazy about your pets as we are then we urge you to make them this super, simple and tasty treat. They totally deserve it, don't they?! Oh and if you want more pet treat action, come check out our recipe for "Bacon Bark Sticks"...my little Dexter thinks they're awesome!
2 cups of low fat, all natural Greek yogurt (no sugar, no additives)
1 medium banana
1/3 cup all natural, organic peanut butter
1 tablespoon honey
1. Place all ingredients into a food processor and process until smooth, 2 to 3 minutes.
2. Pour mixture into (silicon or paper) molds of your choice, place on a baking sheet and freeze, at least 1 hour.
3. Remove fro-yo pops from molds and serve.