Frozen Liver Dog Treats
Week 6 of Michelle’s fab frozen recipes. This week’s flavour is Frozen Liver Treats! If you missed last week’s Frozen Meat Treats recipe, here’s a link: https://wp.me/p2JqnS-3Qu.
So, now that we are into the summer months, we thought it timely for a new recipe series – Frozen Dog Treats! On a summer day, an ice lolly can be a welcome treat for us humans right? Well here at Bowerland and Devon Dogs, we consider our dogs too, and let me tell you, they L-O-V-E frozen treats!
I’m sure many of us have thrown our dog an ice cube or two, but why not be more adventurous and have some frozen treats prepared in your freezer ready for those particularly hot days. Over the next few weeks, we will share with you some recipes that we have found over the years – we hope your dogs will like them as much as ours do.
• 220g of chicken liver
• 2 cups of plain natural yogurt
• A splash of water
• 1 teaspoon of ground anise
• A few good shakes of antler powder
Place your chicken liver in the microwave and cook (about 2 minutes, but depends on the power of your microwave)
Pop your chicken liver in a food processor and blend until smooth
Add the yogurt, anise, antler powder and a splash of water
Stir until thoroughly combined. If it’s too thick, add a little more water.
Carefully fill each compartment of your ice-cube tray
Pop in the freezer for a couple of hours, depending on the size of your cubes.
Release only the amount of cubes from your tray that you will be serving to your dog immediately.
Pop the rest of the unused cubes in a labelled freezer bag.
For these recipes you can use ice cube trays or buy some cool shaped silicone moulds – just make sure you know which are ice cubes and which are the dog treats, as you could give yourself quite a surprise if you mix them up!
We are always looking for new ideas so feel free to share your recipes too; we’d love to hear from you! Write to us HERE!
About the Author:
Michelle Taylor is a regular visitor to us here at East Bowerland Farm. Michelle lives in Scotland with her husband and two working cocker spaniels. Her main hobby is agility, and although she doesn’t compete herself, she is the number one supporter of her husband and dogs.