I think dogs are the most amazing creatures; they give unconditional love.

For me they are the role model for being alive.

~ Gilda Radner

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Tasty Treat Tuesday #4: Homemade Frosty Paws

I found this recipe on the 7MSN Ranch blog

Of course, I made it my own by not measuring anything...
dump some peanut butter, ripe bananas and some low fat or fat free vanilla yogurt in a bowl and mix well, poor in cups and freeze.

First, the spoon test
Stumpy thought it was wonderful (And yes, she does dishes, too. Her talents are endless)

The Berner?

not so much

While Stumpy enjoyed her homemade frozen concoction

The Berner got a frozen Activia berry something yogurt (here's to being regular!)

Once again his skillz come up short

compared to Stumpy

Stumpy is a frosty paws eating machine

The Berner seems to want to enjoy it more.

Have you always wanted to agility with your dog? For one reason or another it just hasn't happened. How about starting out a little smaller?


NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With KhattleDog! said...

Mom does something similar fur me but stuffs it into my empty marrow bones, freezes it and makes me bonesikhles!

BUT I love the goo she has leftovFUR!

Neither of us like mushy bananas SO when they get THERE she makes me yummy stuff!

Thanks fur sharing all the videos!


Brenda's Arizona said...

Ooh, thanks for the recipe! We bought some store product called 'Frosty Paws' to celebrate Toby and Shado's 3rd birthday. All the dogs WOOFED down the treat, but I declared an end to it all when I saw the price - no way are we buying these again! Heck, now we just make 'em!!!

Yes, we have grass, heehee. I still wish BillyBob Berner could come here for the summer...

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

We do the same as Khyra - but we would prefer to leave out the bananas - love the pb and yogurt:) That hamster is adorable!!!

Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

Cyndi and Stumpy said...

Khyra! thanks for the idea about the marrow bones! Awesome!

Brenda, I thought the same thing and was reaaly happy Linda posted the recipe! Did you meansure that doggie door?

Anonymous said...

OP Pack, I tried the same combination, without the bananas for the Berner. he still wasn't impressed!

Anonymous said...

I have not been online for a while and am very late catching up. Have to comment on that video. If I had considered that possibility I might adopt a tiny rodent!
Would endlessly entertain the cats.
Recently a similar recipe was discussed on a Newf board. Guess I have to whip some up for the crew.