DIY KONG Filling: Peanut Butter, Banana and Coconut Oil

M enjoys creating healthy, DIY dog treats at home for her beloved pup to enjoy.

As the name suggests, this DIY KONG filling requires just three ingredients.


  • peanut butter (no xylitol!)
  • banana
  • coconut oil


  • Mashing utensil
  • KONG

I don't use any precise measurements —eyeballing will do just fine. You'll also need a KONG or another high-quality, durable, stuffable and washable dog toy. My golden retriever loves the Tux Treat Toy by West Paw Design.

Whipping up this concoction is just as simple as the ingredients list and requires very little time, making it perfect for those mornings when you're rushing out the door and leaving your heartbroken, sad-eyed pooch behind.

Step 1: Peel and Mash

In the first step, peel your banana (go for one that is somewhat soft) and mash it.

Step 2: Combine Peanut Butter and Coconut Oil

In step 2, add the coconut oil and peanut butter. Although I'm normally not one for measurements, when it comes to this DIY KONG filling, be careful when adding the coconut oil, especially if it is new to your dog's diet. As wonderful and beneficial as coconut oil is, too much can lead to upset stomachs.


Do not use sugar-free peanut butters as the artificial sweeteners, particularly xylitol, can be toxic. Before feeding your dog peanut butter, be sure to check the ingredients.

Step 3: Mix It Up

In step 3, you should have all of the ingredients combined and mixed!

Step 4: Transfer and Stuff

In step 4, transfer the mixture to your pup's KONG or favourite stuffable toy.

Final Step: Let Your Dog Enjoy the Treat!

If your dog is anything like my two, he or she will have this KONG licked clean within minutes. If you're looking to keep your pup extra busy (for example, if you're leaving the house to go to work or to run errands), I recommend popping the stuffed KONG into the freezer for an hour or two before serving.


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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!

I have been obsessed with coconut oil lately. I know, I’m a little late to the coconut oil trend but better late than never, right?

I use it in all of my cooking, but more importantly, it’s a godsend for these two nuggets.

I have found that coconut oil has been shown to elevate metabolism, provide a higher level of energy and vitality, protect from illness, and speed healing. As a bonus, coconut oil can also improve your dog’s skin and coat, improve digestion, and reduce allergic reactions.

See, I told you. It really is a godsend.

And they make amazing 4-ingredient hypoallergenic treats for your pup, letting you use up those lingering ripe bananas just sitting on your counter.

See, Ollie knows what’s up. He’s even got his puppy eyes down to a science.

If you stick with simple, quality, dog-safe ingredients it’s pretty easy to make dog cookies at home. Here are 9 recipes that your dog will enjoy!

And if you want to try some more recipes, here are 7 dog treats for bad breath recipes!

Dog Cookies – Easy

This recipe has just 3 ingredients and is super simple to make!


  • 3 cups all purpose flour & additional flour for dusting surface
  • 2 large eggs
  • Approximately 1/3 cup water


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  2. Mix all ingredients in a large bowl, forming a stiff dough with your hands. Add more water if necessary.
  3. Dust surface with flour. Using a rolling pin, roll out dough about 1/4 inch thick. Using a cookie cutter, cut into shapes (or use a knife to cut into small strips).
  4. Place onto baking sheet sprayed with cooking spray. Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until lightly browned on bottom (tops of treats will not be as browned).
  5. Cool on a wire rack & store in an airtight container.

Thank you to the Blond Cook for this recipe!

Dog Treats with Baby Food

This is probably the EASIEST recipe on the entire page. It only has two ingredients, and if you want to make it even easier roll the dough into 1 inch balls and press with your finger instead of rolling and cutting.


  • 1 4-ounce jar of baby food
  • 1 cup flour


  • In a large bowl, mix one cup of flour with the jar of baby food and stir to combine.
  • Add more flour and knead your dough until it’s no longer sticky.
  • Roll out your dough on a floured surface and cut out treats, placing them on a cookie sheet.
  • Bake 24 minutes or until cooked through and the bottoms are just starting to brown.

For an extra-crisp cookie, turn off the oven when cookies are done, but leave them to cool inside the oven to remove any excess moisture.

Dog Cookies with Banana

If you have a lone ripe banana sitting on your counter top you can transform it into tasty, wholesome dog cookies lickity split!


  • 1 1/2 cups uncooked Oatmeal
  • 1 large Banana
  • 1/2 cup Peanut Butter, with NO xylitol


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Using a food processor or blender, grind your oats until they’re powder.
  3. In a bowl, beat together the banana and peanut butter until smooth. A few small chunks of banana here and there is ok. The dough should stick together, but shouldn’t be sticky.
  4. Reserve about a tablespoon of ground oatmeal and pour the rest into the banana peanut butter mixture and mix until combined.
  5. Dust your surface with the reserved ground oatmeal and roll your dough to about a 1/4 inch thickness.
  6. Cut into desired shapes and place on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet.
  7. Bake treats for approximately 15 minutes, or until the edges start to brown.
  8. Cool completely before storing in an airtight container for up to a week.

Add additional peanut butter if the dough is too dry or additional oats if too sticky.

Be sure to use a peanut butter that does not contain xylitol, as it is harmful to dogs. Always double check with your vet before feeding your pet new foods.

Thank you to Three Little Ferns for this recipe!

Dog Cookies with Applesauce

This recipe has a few more ingredients than the first two, but is still simple to make and most dogs LOVE applesauce.


  • 3 cWhole wheat flour
  • 2 tspground cinnamon
  • 1/2 capplesauce, unsweetened
  • 1egg
  • 1/2 cwater


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees
  2. Mix all ingredients until just blended
  3. roll out dough to 1/4″ thickness, and cut into bite size pieces or use cookie cutters
  4. Bake for 40 minutes, and cool for 2 hours.

Thank you to Just a Pinch for this recipe!

Dog Treats – DIY

Watch the instructions on this recipe. You need to leave these in the oven for 20 minutes AFTER they are done baking.


  • 3/4 cup white whole wheat flour
  • 1/4 cup all purpose flour
  • 1/4 cup quick oats
  • 1/4 cup cornmeal
  • 1/2 cup water more if needed
  • 1/4 cup canola oil
  • 1 egg
  • 2 tablespoons natural peanut butter


  • Preheat oven to 350 degree F.
  • In a mixer combine water, oil, eggs and peanut butter. Mix until well combined. In a separate bowl, combine dry ingredients. Mix dry ingredients into wet ingredients and mix until well combined.
  • On a lightly floured surface, roll out dough to about 1/8″ thick. Using cookie cutters, cut dough into shapes. Place shapes on a baking sheet that has been lined with a silicone baking mat or parchment paper.
  • Bake for 10 minutes, remove from oven, turn treats over and return to oven to bake for another 10 minutes. Turn the oven off and leave treats in the oven for another 20 minutes. Remove from oven and allow to cool completely prior to serving to your dogs.

Thank you to Love From the Oven for this recipe!

Wholesome Homemade Dog Cookies

This recipe is packed with wholesome ingredients and the cinnamon smells great when baking!


  • 1/4 cup peanut butter all natural, no sugar added
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 1/2 cup pumpkin puree not pie filling
  • 1/4 cup applesauce all natural, no sugar added
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 2 cups whole wheat flour


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Mix together peanut butter and coconut oil until creamy and smooth.
  • Add in pumpkin and apple sauce, stir until completely mixed.
  • Stir in cinnamon until mixed through.
  • Slowly add in whole wheat flour. Stir until texture of a sugar cookie dough.
  • Flour your surface and roll out your mixture. Roll to 1/2-inch thickness. Treats will not rise.
  • Use a cookie cutter to cut treat and place them on your baking sheet lined with parchment paper or silpat.
  • Place in oven for 12-15 minutes.
  • ***Place treats on a cooling rack and make sure they are completely cool before putting them in a container. If they are warm still this will accumulate mold within a few days.****

Thank you to Real House Moms for this recipe.

Dog Cookies with Honey Recipe

This recipe is super simple because you can dump all the ingredients in one bowl, set it on mix and get great results!


  • 1 1/2 cups Whole Wheat Flour
  • 1/4 cup Beaten egg
  • 1/4 cup Water plus 2 Tbsp water
  • 1/4 cup powdered milk
  • 2 tbsp All Natural Smooth Peanut Butter
  • 1 tbsp Honey


  1. It is easiest to use a stand mixer and paddle attachment for mixing this. You can mix my hand but it takes a bit longer.
  2. Add all to mixing bowl. Set on low and let it mix.
  3. After a few minutes it will form a dough, (Trust me it takes a while) mix for an additional minute. Roll out dough to about 1/8 inch thickness onto a lightly floured surface. Use small cookie cutters of your choice repeating until all dough is used.
  4. If the dough dries out just wet your hands with water and knead the dough until it is the correct consistency again.
  5. Place them on a sheet of parchment or nonstick pan and bake in a 350 degree preheated oven for about 25 minutes until they are brown around the edges.
  6. Start to watch them at 20 minutes in your oven since the thickness of the cookies and ovens can vary
  7. .Leave them out to cool for 2 hours. The cookies should be crunchy.

Thank you to The Kitchen Magpie for this recipe!

Dog Cookies with Bacon Grease

Dog’s love bacon and melted bacon fat is a great fat to use in dog cookies. However, these are rich and you will want to use them sparingly.


  1. 1 1/2 cups whole wheat flour
  2. 1/2 cup wheat germ
  3. 1/2 cup melted bacon fat
  4. 1 large egg
  5. 1/2 cup cold water


  1. Preheat your oven to 350 F.
  2. Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl and mix it by hand until a dough forms. Add flour if the dough is too sticky, and add bacon fat or water if it’s too dry.
  3. Roll out the dough on a floured surface and cut out shapes with cookie cutters. Place the cookies on a baking sheet and bake them for 20 minutes, or until slightly browned.
  4. The treats can be stored at room temperature in a sealed container.

Dog Cookies – Grain Free


  • 1 1/2 cup coconut flour
  • 1/2 cup organic peanut butter
  • 3 eggs
  • 1/2 cup coconut oil melted then slightly cooled
  • 1 cup pumpkin puree


  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Combine all ingredients in a large mixing bowl.
  • Roll dough out gently onto a cutting board dusted lightly with additional coconut flour, or onto a rolpat. Roll out to about 1/4 – 1/2 inch thick.
  • Cut out shapes using your preferred cookie cutters.
  • Transfer gently to a parchment lined baking sheet.
  • Bake for 13-15 minutes. Treats should have a slightly golden color around the edges.
  • Cool on cookie sheets before serving.
  • May be stored in airtight containers for up to three weeks.

Be sure to measure the coconut oil in its solid form, and THEN melt

Thank you to Urban Bliss Life for this recipe.

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8 Coconut Oil Dog Treat Recipes

While the Coconut oil craze is still in full force, it's hardly surprising that we'd want to share those health benefits with our pets. And why not? Coconut oil aids your dogs with digestion, skin health, allergic reactions, doggy odor, joints and arthritis, and gives them a sleek, shiny coat. There's loads of health benefits for them.

You could simply give them coconut oil, but what fun is that? Instead we've come up with a list of the world's easiest and tastiest homemade coconut oil dog treats. Exciting right?

My only recommendation is don't go too crazy, while it has many health benefits - coconut oil is high in calories, so it could lead to a little extra belly fat. And too much at once may lead to upset stomachs and diarrhea.

1. No Bake Coconut Dog Treats

These look good enough for humans to eat (I won't judge you). And you certainly can share because these are loaded with healthy and tasty things, like: Coconut oil, Natural Peanut Butter, Rolled Oats, and Shredded Coconut. Also no baking required!

2. Homemade Frozen PB and Banana Coconut Oil Dog Treats

By making clever use of a silicon tray, and some of your dogs favorite ingredients (bananas, coconut oil, and peanut butter), Mandi has created some fantastic little frozen treats. These are perfect for summer and cooling down.

3. Frozen Coconut Oil and Blueberry Dog Treats

Another take on a frozen treats, these are a little more simple and elegant - by using some frozen coconut oil with a blueberry in the center. You get all the anti-oxidants of the berries, and all the benefits from the coconut oil, creating a very tasty and healthy-minded treat for your fur babies.

4. 5 Ingredient Grain-Free Dog Treats

Jax the Golden Retriever is a very lucky dog, because he has author and chef Lexi to bake him healthy cookies. These are beautiful looking baked dog treats that look good enough for a magazine. And I'm sure your dogs will appreciate the presentation. So if you're looking to impress the neighborhood canines - this is the right recipe.

5. Sweet Potato and Coconut Oil Dog Treats

Maybe your dog prefers something a little more soft and chewy? How about some baked sweet potato cookies? My dog loves these, and due to his allergies we are somewhat limited on what we can feed. Thankfully, sweet potatoes and coconuts are still on the menu, and a very healthy alternative.

6. One Ingredient - Coconut Oil Treats

They say simple is better - and if you're looking at supplementing your dog with some coconut oil without getting too fancy, then this is the recipe for you. Simply lob coconut oil on a sheet and freeze. Done! Having premeasured frozen coconut treats makes it very easy to supplement your dog on a daily basis.

7. Peanut Butter Coconut Oil Dog Treats

Another simple yet beautiful looking treat, this recipe only uses 3 ingredients and about 15 minutes of your time. Coconut oil, Peanut Butter, and a touch of Cinnamon - I won't blame you for sneaking a few.

8. Grain Free and Egg Free Homemade Coconut and Pear Dog Cookies

Pear and Coconut cookies remove a lot of common allergens found in dog treats, which is great for dogs with sensitivities or allergies. They've made clever use of baby food (which is easy to digest) to give it some pear flavor and keep them moist, which I'm sure your dog will approve of.

30 Super Easy Dog Treats Recipes Using 5 Ingredients or Less

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It’s no secret that dogs love treats. But if you buy your treats at the local pet food store, you often don’t know what’s in them — what exactly is “meat phosphoric acid”? — or how many calories it is, or if it’s safe for Fluffy or Fido to eat.

There’s a simple solution: bake your own treats. If you’ve never ventured into the canine culinary world, don’t worry. Cooking for dogs is much less stressful than, say, putting together a four-course meal for an important client (or your mother-in-law). Dogs will love your treats, even if they look like, well, dog food. Just make sure to check your ingredients to avoid anything harmful to your dog, including artificial sweeteners like xylitol, raisins, chocolate, avocado, macadamia nuts and others that can be found here.

Start simple. There are tons of recipes for yummy treats that have five ingredients or less, and the only skill you need is the ability to pre-heat your oven. Don’t worry if you burn the first batch (and the second or the third), your dog will still love them.

Check out 30 dog treat recipes with five ingredients or less.

If your dog loves peanut butter, you can’t go wrong with this simple recipe. All you need is flour, peanut butter, eggs and water. Mix it all together, add enough water to make dough, and roll it out. You can use cookie cutter shapes for a little professional pizazz. Bake for 20 minutes. These taste as good as they smell!

This is a great starter recipe, and your dog will think you’re a master baker. All you need is organic whole wheat flour and your choice (or your dog’s) of pureed baby food. Mix together into a stiff dough, roll out and use a cookie cutter for a professional touch or a pizza cutter for cubes. Bake on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper (get the parchment paper at most grocery stores).

You come home after a long day, and all you want to do is veg in front of the TV with your friendly canine couch potato. He sits down to wait for his nightly treat, but you discover your cookie jar is empty. You’re way too tired to bake, so what do you do? Use this super simple two-ingredient recipe. Get some yogurt from the fridge, mix it together with peanut butter, dump into cupcake papers (you can use small paper or plastic cups if you don’t have those on hand), and freeze. Nothing could be easier.

These are soft and chewy, perfect for little puppy teeth. You’ll need eggs, almond butter, bananas and cinnamon. Mash the banana, add the other ingredients, mix together using a fork, and spoon out small dollops onto a baking sheet. Bake, cool and release the puppy hounds.

You won’t be able to resist sharing these with your pooch. They’re made with sweet potato, coconut oil, turmeric and cinnamon (both spices are safe and healthy for dogs). Wash and peel the potato, cut into strips, coat with oil and spices, spread out on a baking sheet and bake. Be sure to let these cool before letting your dog at them.

Wild rice is recommended, but any high-grade rice (just don’t ever use “feed rice”) will do. Add diced or shredded chicken, a little rice flour (you can get Bob’s Red Mill at many grocery stores), a little diced parsley and an egg. Pack the mixture into a mini muffin pan or silicon molds and bake.

Easy to make and your dog will go crazy for these. Combine whole wheat flour, wheat germ, melted bacon fat (you get to eat the bacon!), 1 egg and water. Mix together into a dough, roll out and cut into small bars, poke little divots into them with a chopstick or something similar, place on a cookie sheet, and bake. Not only do they taste good, but they look beautiful, too.

Whole wheat flour, oil, chicken stock — that’s it! Mix together into dough, roll out, cut into any shape and bake. These have a longer shelf life if you turn off the oven when they’re done and leave the biscuits in there until the oven cools. For softer biscuits, take them out of the oven to cool.

Bone broth is all the rage – and now your pup can also reap the health benefits with This Dog’s Life bone broth treats. Choose between beets, parsley or turmeric (or make them all!) and mix with water to puree. Combine your flavor with gelatin, before adding to hot bone broth. Put in gummy molds, freeze and enjoy!

If you use bone-shaped cookie cutters, these look much harder than they really are. All you need is uncooked oatmeal (the real stuff, not instant), a banana and peanut butter. Use a food processor or blender to grind the oats into a powder, mash the banana and peanut butter together and pour in the oats. Keep a tablespoon of oatmeal to dust the surface and roll out the mixture. Cut into shapes, place on a parchment paper lined cookie sheet, and bake.

These are great for the holidays. (Why shouldn’t dogs enjoy a little Thanksgiving goody?). Get canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filler), an egg, shredded carrot and whole wheat flour. Mix together into a batter, roll into small balls, place on baking sheet and bake. You’ll get around four dozen. Store in refrigerator for longer shelf life.

Pumpkin puree, peanut butter, eggs and whole wheat flour: that’s it. You’ll need an electric mixer with a paddle attachment (or a food processor). First blend pumpkin puree, peanut butter, and eggs. Then gradually add flour until dough is no longer sticky. Knead the dough a little to smooth, roll out, cut into cute shapes, and bake. Your dog will swoon.

All you need are some bananas, beets, blueberries, Greek yogurt and a carrot stick, and you got some yummy pup pops from This Dog’s Life. Blend the bananas and yogurt, removing most of the mixture into cup. Then add the blueberries to the remaining banana/yogurt puree and blend. Scoop out. Finally return a little of the plain banana mixture to the blender and add beets. Layer the three separate mixtures into popsicle molds, put a carrot stick in and freeze.

This one has only three ingredients: watermelon (take out the seeds or get seedless), coconut milk or coconut water and honey. Put them in a blender and puree. Pour into ice cube tray (try this fruit-shaped one) and freeze. The best thing about these? You can eat them too.

All you need are five ingredients and a freezer. Get some canned pumpkin, fresh blueberries, bacon, water and rawhide chew sticks. (If you aren’t a fan of rawhides, you can use carrot sticks.) Blend together pumpkin, crumbled bacon and water until smooth, though leave or add some crumbled bacon bits. Get a popsicle mold, put three or four blueberries on the bottom, and pour the mixture on top. Use the rawhide chews for the popsicle sticks. Let freeze for a few hours. Serve with a tropical drink with an umbrella (only kidding).

This only takes 5 minutes to make. Put pumpkin puree, chunky peanut butter and eggs into a bowl and beat. Add whole wheat flour and mix into dough. Roll out, cut out with cookie cutters and place on a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake, cool and let your dog enjoy. Just make sure your dog doesn’t react to grains as there’s a lot of whole wheat in this recipe.

This may sound a little strange to humans, but dogs love them. Get a can of salmon, a (baked) sweet potato, eggs, coconut flour (you can get it here) and some coconut oil for greasing a pan. Stir together coconut flour, eggs, and salmon. Let sit for 10 minutes, then stir in the skinned sweet potato. Put into a pie or cake pan and bake. After it cools, cut into brownie squares.

Organic flour (unbleached), rolled or steel cut oats, peanut butter and hot water is all you need for this recipe. Mix flour, oats, peanut butter and hot water — in that order. Knead the dough, roll out, cut into shapes and bake on a lightly greased cookie sheet. Allow to cool completely. Keeps for a week in an airtight container, up to three weeks in the fridge, and up to six months if frozen.

Bake a sweet potato and scoop it out into a bowl. Mash it together with a banana. Add whole wheat flour, eggs, and whole oats. Knead the dough and shape into small squares, or use a cookie cutter. Bake on a parchment lined baking pan, and then leave in the oven to dry out. These look as good as they taste.

Note: These are not real bones (but your dog will love them). There’s only four ingredients: flour, cheddar cheese, oil and water, but you can add an egg for extra nutrition. Mix together the flour and cheese. Stir in the oil and water. Mix together until you have a stiff dough, and then roll out. Using a bone-shaped cookie cutter, cut into shapes. Load onto an ungreased cookie sheet and bake.

It may not be a combo you would enjoy, but your dog will gobble these up. Combine whole wheat flour, pumpkin puree and cinnamon in a large mixing bowl. Add either chicken, beef or vegetable stock, and mix together into a thick dough. Roll out until ¼ inch thick, and use a cookie cutter of your choice. Place shapes onto an ungreased cookie sheet and bake until golden brown.

They make great gifts stored in a Mason jar for the dog in your dog’s life. Choose either whole wheat, brown rice, or gluten-free flour. Mix in grated carrots, an egg and unsweetened apple sauce. Blend together until dough forms, roll into small balls about ¼ inch thick, and bake on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper. Bake until golden brown and let cool on a wire rack. You can mix up the design by using a variety of different cookie cutters.

Even the baking-challenged can make these. All you have to do is slowly blend an egg, 2/3 cup canned pumpkin, and a little cinnamon into 1 ½ cup whole wheat flour and work together until you have dough. Roll it out, cut it out, and place on either a parchment paper lined sheet pan or a non-stick cookie pan. Bake until they’re crisp, and then let them cool. That’s it!

We all know chocolate is a big no, no for dogs, which is why carob has been a godsend. These carob crunchers not only provide a little sweetness for our pups but are also gluten- and wheat-free. Combine rice flour, carob powder, cinnamon, vanilla extract and water into a bowl. Create a dough ball and then roll out on floured surface. Cut with a cookie cutter (these hearts are super cute), bake and then refrigerate.

All dogs love bacon and cheese. For these quick and easy treats, fry up some bacon until crispy (or pick some up from your local greasy spoon). Let it cool on a paper towel. Put the bacon into a mixer, blender, or food processor, add shredded cheddar cheese and milled oatmeal. When the ingredients are blended, add a couple of eggs, and work into a dough. Roll it out, cut into shapes, and pop in the oven. Your dog will love you forever.

These are healthy, yummy and easy to make with only 5 ingredients: coconut flour, peanut butter (or any other nut butter), eggs, coconut oil and sweet potato (or pumpkin) puree. Mix them all together in bowl and form the dough into a ball. Roll out on parchment paper, cut into shapes and transfer to a parchment lined cookie sheet. Bake only for 12 to 15 minutes until hard. If you want to be fancy, you can add in shredded carrots and parsley.

This recipe is open to improvisation, depending on what you have on hand. It’s really simple. Just put some seeded, peeled chunks of watermelon in a bowl, add raspberries (or blueberries, strawberries, melons, pears or pineapples) and blend with a fork into a pink mixture with a few chunks of fruit left for texture. If you want it smoother, pop in a blender. Pour into heart molds, cover the tray with plastic wrap, and freeze.

This is good for dogs with grain allergies. You need only three ingredients: oat or rice flour, mashed banana and peanut butter. Mash the banana into the peanut butter. Add the flour, and mix into dough. Chill the dough for 20 minutes, then roll out on parchment paper and cut out shapes. Transfer to a parchment-lined cookie sheet, and poke holes in the center so steam can escape. Bake, cool and let the treating begin.

This is so easy, a toddler can make it. Take two apples and slice into small pieces after removing the seeds and core. Mix the slices into one cup of non-fat Greek plain yogurt. Put into a blender with a little water and blend into a liquid. Pour into an ice cube tray (trays with shapes makes them pretty) and freeze until hard.

If your dog has diabetes, it’s hard to find them treats they can enjoy safely. The solution? Make them yourself. This recipe has only three ingredients: whole wheat flour, beef liver and eggs. Put the liver in a food processor and pulse until finely chopped. Add flour and eggs and blend until smooth. Line a jellyroll pan with parchment paper, and spread the mixture evenly in the pan. Bake for 15 minutes (or until center is firm with the consistency of sponge cake), and then cut into squares (a pizza cutter works best). Dogs without diabetes will love these, too.

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