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Basic but Versatile Meatballs

We love to play hide and seek with these meatballs. Forget what your Mom told you. Your dog can play with her food. BOL!

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Basic but Versatile Meatballs

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Happy Foodie Friday!!  It has been a very busy day here at Dog Pack Snacks.  Our Pop Up Sale  just started on our Facebook page and then we found out that we were named a Top 10 Small Business Facebook Page. Whoo Hoo!! Ok… back to the meatballs.  We love meatballs around here, because you can do so much with them.  They are great for hide and seek (I will have to do a post on that)...

Happy Foodie Friday!!  It has been a very busy day here at Dog Pack Snacks.  Our Pop Up Sale  just started on our Facebook page and then we found out that we were named a Top 10 Small Business Facebook Page. Whoo Hoo!!

Ok… back to the meatballs.  We love meatballs around here, because you can do so much with them.  They are great for hide and seek (I will have to do a post on that) and great for Kong stuffing.  You can also use them as food toppers and admittedly we sometime play fetch with them.  Here is what you will need:

  • 1 cup chopped carrots

  • 1/2lb lean ground beef

  • 1 egg

  • 1 teaspoon organic tomato paste

  • 1 teaspoon parsley

Heat oven to 400 degrees.  Mix all the ingredients together in one big bowl.  No need to get fussy, just make sure it’s mixes well.

 

 

I used a small scoop to portion out the mixture and rolled each portion into a ball.   Place the meatballs in a baking dish lined with parchment paper.  (If you feed raw place the balls in an airtight, food safe container and refrigerate. )

 

 

Bake for approx. 35 mins  or longer if you want them a bit more crispy.   Makes about 16 meatballs.

 

That’s it!! Keep in mind that these are for the dog and NOT for you.

 

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NOW GO COOK FOR YOUR DOG!

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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