Coconut oil is the star of this recipe! Add in some blueberries, form into cute shapes with a silicone mold, and voila. You’ll have a bag full of one-a-day doggie deliciousness. (Obviously, check with your veterinarian before starting any health regimens or new foods with your own dogs.) Our little chihuahua-mix nibbles ever so delicately at these, while our 60 lb. vizsla chomps them up in one bite. :)
WHAT YOU NEED:
- Frozen blueberries (enough for 1 or 2 in each treat)
- Coconut Oil, in solid form (I started with 1/2 c. and kept melting a little more at a time as I went, I probably used a little less than 2 c. altogether)
- Silicone treat mold (I used a 24 bite-size flower mold)
WHAT YOU DO:
Place one or two frozen blueberries into each serving of the silicone mold. Set aside.
In a small saucepan, heat coconut oil over medium heat until it melts.
Pour liquified oil into the mold.
Place entire mold in fridge and let it solidify.
After treats are solid, remove from the mold.
Label a freezer-safe bag or container and store in the freezer.
recipe inspired by hellonatureblog.com