1 ripe banana
2 ounces (4 tablespoons) water
Blend ingredients, using a food processor or blender. Freeze in ice cube trays, and then transfer to Ziploc freezer bags, for easy storage. Molds can also be used, or small Dixie cups. If using Dixie cups, fill them 2/3 full, to allow for expansion. A large measuring cup, makes filling trays, cups, or molds, very easy. Frosty Paws are great for teething puppies.
In place of regular yogurt, why not give goat milk yogurt a try? Goat milk has 13% less lactose than cow milk, and because its milk particles are small, goat milk is very easy to digest. Goat milk fatty acids have a unique metabolic ability to limit cholesterol deposits in body tissues. Compared to cow's milk, goat milk has similar amounts of protein, fat, iron, vitamin C, and vitamin D, but has more natural vitamin A, and more vitamin B.
Remember, you can use any kind or combination of fruits to make your Frosty Paws, or use a medley of vegetables instead. Banana strawberry is a yummy combination, or how about fresh cranberries, or, one of the very best sources of antioxidants-blueberries.
1 large container of plain yogurt or vanilla yogurt (32 ounces)
1 ripe banana
2 tablespoons peanut butter
2 tablespoons honey
1 large container of plain or fruit yougurt
2 ripe bananas
1/4 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
1 large container of plain yogurt
1 cup pure pumpkin pureé
1/8 teaspoon carob powder (a big pinch)
2 cups melon, e.g., seedless watermelon, honeydew, cantaloupe (Mango and Passionfruit are also doglicious!)
2 cups filtered water
2 tablespoons honey (optional)
2 cups applesauce, with no added sugar
2 cups water
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon