Top Recipes To Create Your Own Dog Food At Home
Imagine this: You are asked to eat your favorite dish, whatever it is, for your
entire life. Or let’s say, just for a period of a year. How much does the idea entice
Well, then why do you serve your beloved Dog at home that bland boring meal
every day? Imagine the thoughts he must be having about you while you enjoy
your cuisine in front of him and he chews on the same old stew or canned stuff !
So, without compromising on their nutritional intake, it’s probably time for you to
try out some new easy to make at home recipes that’ll surely make your furball
curl up to you in love even more:
1. Heat 3 cups of water in a pan. Add rice according to your dog’s portion size
(brown or white, as per your preference). Let it cook and then keep aside to
In another pan, add some olive oil and put in some finely grounded chicken.
Cook until it gets tender and brown. Add in the rice, spinach, zucchini and
any other vegetables that your pup enjoys eating and let it cook for 3-5
Serve it to your doggo once it cools. You can also store the remaining
portion and defreeze it for the next time. Voila!
1. Begin by pre-heating your oven to 350 degrees. Meanwhile, in a large bowl
add 3 cups of wheat flour (can use brown rice or gluten free flour too), ½
cups oats and ½ teaspoon cinnamon. Mix all the ingredients well.
In another bowl, add pumpkin puree,3 tablespoons of peanut butter and
whisk 2 eggs into it. Once you’ve mixed these well, add them to the dry mix
of oats and flour. Pour on a floured surface and cut into cookie sizes.
Now, bake the cookies for 30 to 35 good minutes until golden brown. And
once they’re cooled off, it’s good for your Buddy to take over!
2. For the first step in this recipe, pre heat your Oven to 200 degrees. While it
heats, grab some chicken breasts and trim off all the extra fat from it. Now,
cut them into 1/8-inch-thick strips and bake them for 2 long hours until
they turn hard and dry.
Let the chicken strips cool and serve it to your pooch to savor and we’re
sure they’ll love it.
3. This one's quite non-fuss recipe that you’d love to whip up for your Dog
child every now and then.
In a non-stick pan, put some extra virgin olive oil and heat. To it, add some
thawed chopped spinach and boneless drained salmon pieces. Keep the
portions of both as per your preference. Add 2 eggs to this mix and keep
cooking for about 2 minutes. Once it cools, you’re ready to serve.
4. Blend in 4 cups of plain yoghurt, 2 tablespoons of peanut butter and 3 ripe
bananas (peeled and mashed) together into a fine puree. Now pour them
into ice molds or popsicles trays and freeze them. You can keep it frozen
until the next 2 weeks.