Make These Inexpensive, Two-Ingredient Dog Treats

Make These Inexpensive, Two-Ingredient Dog Treats

Homemade dog treats aren’t hard to whip up and give you a tasty alternative to store-bought ones, which can get expensive. Try these frozen treats that you can store longer — all you need are apples, Greek yogurt and a blender.

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Grab two apples, a cup of Greek yogurt, a blender and an ice cube tray. Core and de-seed the apples and cut them into chunks to make blending easier. Combine with the yogurt and blend until smooth. If you want to lighten the treats or use less, thin the liquid with water before you pour it into the tray. Freeze for two to three hours. You can store the treats in an airtight container in your freezer. Of course, if your dog has a sensitive stomach or food allergies, check with your vet before giving them these treats, but ideally they will be fine, they will love them and you’ll love being able to give them something simple and healthy.

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