Treat Your Pup to Homemade Frozen Dog Treats
Making homemade dog treats is the new trend within the dog world. With a strong focus on natural ingredients, many pet owners are choosing to make their dog’s treats in their own kitchens. And in the process, pet owners are trying out new kitchen gadgets with much success. The most popular of these kitchen gadgets is the silicone baking mold.
Why Use Silicone Baking Molds for Frozen Dog Treats
Making healthy dogs treats are not only great for your dog, but amazing for your wallet too. The only challenge is making a healthy dog treat with long shelf life. This is where silicone baking molds come in.
With silicone baking molds, pet owners can make tiny, healthy, easy-to-digest and delicious frozen treats that store well in the freezer for months. These molds are extremely versatile; they’re oven and freezer safe, and most are BPA-free. Some molds come in bone, heart and paw print shapes with a wide variety available online.
Dog treats rarely get stuck due to the mold’s flexibility and smooth surface, and the molds can be easily washed in warm soapy water. For frozen dog treats, select tiny treat molds, so your dog can easily chew and swallow treats without harming his teeth.
3 Frozen Dog Treat Recipes for Baking Molds
Creating dog treats for your dog is pretty easy. All you need is creativity. Stay away from grapes, raisins, onions, chocolate and foods with high fat content.
1. Bone Broth Hearts
Using a tiny heart-shaped silicone mold, pour homemade bone broth into each treat mold. Freeze overnight, and then pop them out for instant treats. To make these extra special, mix turmeric into the bone broth before pouring into the mold. Turmeric provides powerful anti-inflammatory benefits.
2. Goat’s Milk & Blueberry Bites
Pour goat’s milk into each tiny mold, and then top with a blueberry. Freeze overnight and, voila, your dog has a cool treat filled with probiotics and blueberry.
3. Yogurt & Coconut Dots
Fill each tiny dot mold halfway with yogurt, and then freeze overnight. The next day, top off each mold with coconut oil and freeze overnight again. Not only are these dog treat dots beautiful, but they’re also packed with probiotics and healthy oils.
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