Doggy Kitchen

Fruity Froyo Cubes


These delicious fruit froyo cubes are the perfect treat for your dog in the summer months

PREP TIME: 10 minutes
EATING TIME: 2 seconds


photo-24Ingredients List

1 banana

1 box of strawberries

2 cups of apple juice

1 cup of low fat natural yogurt

To make these delicious doggie treats for your pets, you will need the above.
Starting with the fruit, cut up the banana, and mash it down until it becomes puréed.
Repeat this step with the the strawberries, using up half a box.

Your results for puréed fruit should look similar to mine.

Next, mix the crushed fruit together, before adding two cups of apple juice and one cup of low fat natural yogurt.
Using an electric hand whisk, mix the mixture together until smooth and well turned.

After you are finished mixing, decant the mixture into a jug, ready to pour into your container.

TIP: Use an ice cube tray for cube sized treats. They are easily stored and will pop out quickly.

Put these in the freezer for at least 5 hours before serving to you dog.

These treats are a particular favourite of Holly, but once they are gone… they are gone.


Tried and tested by little chef.

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Boiled Chicken and Rice Meal

Our little chef is suffering from a sore tummy.
Here is our perfect recipe to soothe your furry friends belly.

Like chicken soup makes you feel better, this will do the trick for your dog.

You will need

1 boneless chicken breast
1 cup of white rice

Have a listen to the instructions

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This is perfect for sore little bellies.

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Oaty Peanut Butter Bones


Delicious oaty peanut butter bone biscuits that your dog will love!
MAKES: 30 Biscuits
PREP TIME: 15 Minutes
COOKING TIME: 15 Minutes


photo-1Ingredients List:

1 Veg Stock Cube

1 Cup Rolled Oats

1 Cup Plain Flour

1 Cup Wholemeal Flour

1/2 Cup Peanut Butter

1/4 Cup Honey

1 Tablespoon Olive Oil

                   and a bone shaped cookie cutter – buy here

Preheat your oven to 175 C .

Measure out 1 cup plain flour, 1 cup wholemeal flour and 1 cup rolled oats and combine in a bowl.


Measure 1/2 cup peanut butter, 1/4 cup honey, 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 1 cup of the vegetable stock and combine in a large mixing bowl. Mix this together until peanut butter has melted a little.

Sift in the mix of flour and oats and fold the mixture until a sticky dough forms.
Knead with your hands until the dough becomes stiff and gather it together.

Sprinkle flour onto your work surface and onto a rolling pin.
Then roll the dough out until roughly 1.5cm thick.


Cut dough into bone shapes using a bone shaped cookie cutter like this one  I purchased from eBay.

You may need to re-flour your surface and roll dough scraps out again to use up all the mixture.

Place onto greaseproof paper on a baking tray and bake at 175 C for roughly 15 minutes.

The biscuits should darken in colour but should not be too soft or crumbly.
TIP: If you press on one, it should leave an initial mark and then rise again.
Don’t leave them in too long! They harden once they are out of the oven.
Leave them to cool for 20 minutes.


Perfect treats for your dog.



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Always check with your vet before feeding your dog new treats.
Treats are to be given as a reward and not as a food substitute.


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