Delicious and nutritious and can be sliced up very small as a treat or meal topping. Pumpkin is great for gastrointestinal health and wonderful for helping to sooth an occasional tummy upset.
2 cups organic chicken liver
2 free range eggs
4 tbsp vegetable oil
3 tbsp unsweetened canned pumpkin
1 cup instant oats
2 tbsp nutritional yeast (optional)
Filtered water sufficient to make a batter
This recipe can be frozen, if desired. It works well to put small handfuls of the bite-sized pieces into zip-lock bags and freeze them so that you can take out one bag at a time to defrost (then store in a refrigerator as needed.)
Adapted from Honest Kitchen’s “Made Out of Love” Cookbook – Page 77
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Easy to make and delicious. The cranberries also make them well suited to pets who are prone to urinary tract infections
1 cup boiled and mashed pumpkin (can use butternut squash or sweet potatoes vs pumpkin) If canned pumpkin is used, use high quality no sugar, or spices.
½ cup uncooked oatmeal
¼ cup dried cranberries
1 tsp nutritional yeast
1 tbsp honey (local raw organic is best)
What to do:
1. Preheat the oven to 370 degrees(F) and butter a large cookie sheet (no Teflon)
2. Combine the cooked, mashed pumpkin with the oatmeal, cranberries, yeast and honey.
3. Mix well so that all the ingredients are very thoroughly combined
4. Using a teaspoon, scoop small balls on to the buttered cookie sheet
5. Make sure they are evenly spaced out about 1 inch apart and bake for about 10 to 12 minutes
6. Allow the bits to cool, and then add these nutritious goodies to your dog’s usual meal or serve them as individual treats:
Adapted from the Honest Kitchen “Made Out of Love” Cookbook
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If you knew more about the ingredients in most widely sold pet foods, you would never buy them again. Providing your pet with quality, natural food products will lead to a longer life and fewer vet bills!
I recommend three simple solutions:
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