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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

"Canine Cooking Corner" Recipe of the Week: Yogurt-Dipped Bones!

"Woooo...what's Hu-Mom making for us today???!!" The pups are ready!

Welcome back to Tuesday's "Canine Cooking Corner" blog hop with the FiveSibes! This week, we are featuring one of the Sibe's favorite treats, Yogurt-Dipped Bones. We saw these at an area fruit stand over the summer and the Sibes' loved them. They were going for $1.50 per large bone. So we decided to purchase the yogurt chips in bulk, as well as our furbabies' favorite crunchy-style bone, and make our own. Huge hit! This, of course, works well on homemade crunchy bones, too! Here's the recipe episode:


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If you have a favorite recipe or treat for your canine companion, please join the hop and share! We love recipes and what furbaby does not love taste testing!?

Christmas and New Year's are fast approaching, do you whip up a special treat for your dog? If so, won't you share? Write about it on your blog, then grab the blog hop link below and add to your post, then add your name to the hop list. That's all there is to it! 

Over the next few Tuesdays, let's have our own version of a holiday canine "cookie party" for our best furry friends! Take some photos of them enjoying the treats (and if they are taste testing someone else's recipe, please be sure to include that cook's name and link to their blog) and post them on your site. Let's have some holiday foodie fun!
 
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7 comments:

  1. yum yum yum

    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com/

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  2. Hi Y'all,

    Gee! Wish I could join in, but I have so many food allergies that even my treats are limited to more of my special dog food. That's okay though, 'cause I love my food.

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  3. Wow, that's a great and simple idea - now where do we find yogurt chips?

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  4. That looks sooooo good and it looks like something mom could do! :) Thanks for sharing!

    Mochi & Bali

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  5. The yogurt chips come from Barry Farms, where I have been very happy with the service. http://www.barryfarm.com/carobcocoa.htm

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  6. Many people who own dogs could say that they love them like any other member of the family. So cooking for your pooch could be fun for everyone. Great post.

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