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Frozen Birthday Pie Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Kol Hayford

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Large Dogs:
⅔ of a banana (brown bananas are good too!)
cup of Xylitol-free peanut butter

Medium Dogs:
of a banana (brown bananas are good too!)
⅓ cup of Xylitol-free peanut butter

Small Dogs:
⅓ of a banana (brown bananas are good too!)
cup of Xylitol-free peanut butter

Directions:
Directions:
Place banana in a closed ziplock bag and knead the bag with your hands until the banana looks like chunky mashed potatoes.

Mixed:
Scoop peanut butter in bag and gently roll bag on a flat surface.
Open the bag and use a fork to mix, if needed.
Freeze.

Folded (Recommended Method):
Place half of the peanut butter in a wide bowl.
Open the bag and use a large spoon to scoop out all of the banana into the bowl.
If necessary, roll the bag like a toothpaste bottle to get excess banana out.
In one direction, use a flexible spatula to fold the peanut butter into the banana 3-4 times, folding from the bottom of the bowl to the top.
Scoop the other half of the peanut butter into the top of the bowl where the least amount of peanut butter is and use the spatula to gently fold the peanut butter into the banana 3-4 times in one direction.
Freeze.


For a super special treat for your super special dog, try either adding yogurt to the mix or freezing the mix, dipping the treat in the yogurt, then freezing again.
 


Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Peanut butter can trigger irritable bowel disease for some dogs. Be sure to check in with your veterinarian and ask if peanut butter is safe for your special pooch.

Feeding an excessive amount of bananas to your dog can result in stool problems, fermentation, digestion problems and growth of bad bacteria. This is why you should never use banana based treats often. Instead, use the for special occasions, like a birthday!

Bananas in a low amounts have many health benefits to your pooch! They're high in vitamins B and C and are full of potassium.

Plus, they taste really good to all dog types! And so does peanut butter!

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Number Of Servings:
Number Of Servings:
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