Monday, October 8, 2012

Two-Ingredient Homemade Strawberrry Dog Treats - Purebred Breeders

Making a family meal is a great way to bond with your loved ones; this is a time when traditions are passed down, and maybe some secret recipes are spilled. Making dog treats with Purebred Breeders recipes is also a great way to teach your kids that their relationship with their pup is just as important as the one one with their family. Follow the simple guide below to learn how you can produce one of the tastiest 2-ingredient dog treats from your own kitchen.


2 cups rolled oats (this is a great alternative to many types of flour and the consistency can be turned into that of flour with the use of a blender)
1 cup strawberry compote (this is a great alternative to jams/jellies)


1 blender
1 medium to large bowl
1 mixing spoon
Parchment paper
1 cookie sheet


1.    To start, gather all the ingredients and tools listed above.
2.    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Celsius. Due to the fact that the preparation process will take less than ten minutes you don’t have to worry of having an overly heated oven.
3.     Blend the rolled oats at maximum speed, until they have the consistency of flour. If you do not want to do that much work, try substituting oats with whole wheat, white, or any other type of specialty flour, you may even try the gluten free* varieties.
4.     Place the oats into the mixing bowl, add the strawberry compote** and gently combine both until they are well incorporated with each other.
5.     After completing this process, spoon adequate portions of the mixture onto the cookie sheet but not before laying the parchment paper on top of it.
6.     Place the cookie sheet into the oven and bake the treats for approximately 25 minutes or until the oats appear to have a slightly browned top.
7.     Remove from the oven and let them cool for 2 to 3 hours before giving them to your dog. You can store the rest in the refrigerator for up to a month or in the freezer for 3 to 6 months.

The recipe above is so simple that you could come up with numerous substitutions for the compote that will be safe for your dog and most importantly that they will love. The objective of Purebred Breeders is to get pet owners to form a great relationship with their animals and a great way to do that is through food. Feed them in a healthy way and treat them right so that they will always be loyal to you.

* Although gluten free flour is great for health in general, it can be a little hard to bake with, you may need to add some water to “loosen” it up a bit.

** There are some dogs who are reported to have numerous food allergies, especially to certain types of fruits, therefore, it is best to ask your vet before making these treat at home. However, if you do not have the time, a great alternative to compote could be baby food, these are usually safe since babies are also particularly vulnerable to allergies.

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