yogurt (banana, vanilla or plain)
peanut butter, natural crunchy
Janet got "Chocolate Covered Cherry Mice"
You observe situations before diving in, choosing words and actions wisely. You're the loyal friend and...TAKE THE QUIZ and find out what Halloween treat you are!
1Mix all above in a food processor or mixer. Makes ½ cup of yogurt icing to frost about 30 dog treats.
2You can dollop on with a spoon, brush it on with a pastry brush or using a pastry bag (or plastic storage bag with the corner cut out) squeeze the yogurt out onto the dog treats. You could even dip them into the yogurt mixture. If you put this fresh baked treats, make sure they’re thoroughly cooled.
3Frosted treats should be kept in fridge
Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Oct 20, 2011
I shared a photo of this recipe.
Kimmi Knippel (Sweet_Memories) KimmiK - Oct 20, 2011
Love it (& so will my dog)! Does it harden or stay soft on the cookies?
Stormy Stewart karlyn255 - Oct 21, 2011
if you put on a coat like in the picture and allow to sit then put in the fridge uncovered it will harden some like a frosting would but if you put it on and lay in on a cookie sheet and freeze it can them be put in baggies and just take from freezer when you want one. The dog doesn't care if it is frozen as long as it isn't winter and they live outside.Frozen food and 10 below isn't a great mix.
Elaine Slusher eslusher - Oct 21, 2011
Will have to do that for my pooch..
She will love it..