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Honey Liver Ice Cream

Just in time to beat the heat, we are serving up doggie ice cream.

Well its really frozen yogurt, but don’t tell the dogs that. This refreshing dog treat take very little time to make.

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Honey Liver Ice Cream

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Just in time to beat the heat, we are serving up doggie ice cream. Well its really frozen yogurt, but don’t tell the dogs that.  This refreshing dog treat take very little time to make and has only 3 ingredients.  Here is what you will need: 1 cup plain Greek yogurt (Do not use vanilla or flavored yogurt  too much sugar); 1/2 cup cooked liver; I used beef liver but feel free to use...

Just in time to beat the heat, we are serving up doggie ice cream.

Well its really frozen yogurt, but don’t tell the dogs that.  This refreshing dog treat take very little time to make and has only 3 ingredients.  Here is what you will need:

  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt (Do not use vanilla or flavored yogurt  too much sugar);

  • 1/2 cup cooked liver; I used beef liver but feel free to use turkey or chicken livers if you have them in the house;

  • 1-1/4 tablespoons honey

Put the liver in the food processor or blender and chop to ground beef consistency.  Add the honey and the yogurt and blend for a minute until all the ingredients are completely combined.  Now conduct the initial taste test:

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Spoon the mixture into and ice cube tray.  I used a star shaped tray in celebration of 4th of July.  I  filled each tray to the very top and then some.  I inserted a Chicken-N-Cheese Bone into some of the tray sections.

Place tray into the freezer and let the mixture harden.  My little ice creams were ready in 2 hours.  This recipe makes 14 little ice creams but can easily be doubled.

Ice Cream Dog Treat you can make at home.

How easy was that?  NOW GO COOK FOR YOUR DOG!

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Please note: These recipes are not ‘nutritionally complete’ as defined by the AAFCO.

 If your dog is new to home cooked meals/treats start slowly and consult your vet if your dog has any existing medical issues.

 

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