Foodie Friday: Doggy Desserts

doggy dessertsSome may say that my dog is spoiled, my daughter prefers to call him “overly loved.”  He gets a Frosty Paws frozen homemade treat just about every night when the rest of the family has their “bedtime snack.”  You can set a clock by him an when he sits by the fridge.  I was thrilled when Fox Chapel Publishing reached out about this fantastic new book which is all about desserts for Fido.

The treats in this book are so easy to make and typically contain ingredients found in your pantry.  #OhMarlin absolutely loved the Peanut Butter Apple Cookies we made him.  I can’t wait to make him more delicious treats from this wonderful book.  He also loves licking the spatula and the bowl while we are baking for him.

Many dog owners are flocking to natural homemade food for their pups. Now you can spoil (and nourish) your pampered pooch with only the best ingredients. In the new book Doggy Desserts: 125 Homemade Treats for Happy,Healthy Dogs by Cheryl Gianfrancesco, dog owners can rest easy knowing they are providing their pooch with a snack made with healthy ingredients. This beautiful book presents easy-to-do, fun recipes divided into six categories: cookies, bars, drop cookies, cakes, muffins, and frozen treats.

For dog owners who are concerned about controlling what’s in their dogs’ food or who are looking to find low-cal, low-fat options for their slightly plump pups, Doggy Desserts provides many tasty options. From carob peanut butter crunch balls, sweet potato biscuits and liver oatmeal bones to granola bars, apple sauce spice cake, and watermelon dog sherbet, owners will be tempted to try each of these delectable delights before serving to their dogs.

This fantastic gem includes the following features:

  • How to make your own tasty, wholesome doggie snacks and desserts
  • More than 125 easy-to-make recipes
  • Goodies that are good for your dog, that he will eat and enjoy
  • Uses ingredients commonly found around the house