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\nWhen that summer sun starts beating down on you and your doggy, you want a way to cool down… deliciously. And why not join your dog for a yummy treat? Dogs and their humans can nom nom nom on this Peanut Butter and Carob Frozen Dog Treat Recipe. In fact, I ate just as many of these as Oscar did – that’s how good they are! Try them for yourself and you’ll be addicted. Quick, easy and tasty – you can’t beat that combination!
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\nPeanut Butter And Carob Frozen Dog Treat Recipe
\nMakes about 40 treats
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\nIngredients:
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\n2 cups plain yogurt
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\n1 cup natural peanut butter
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\n1/2 cup carob chips
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\nDirections:
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\nMix yogurt and peanut butter together. Combine until smooth.
\nMelt carob chips gradually microwave using a microwave safe bowl. Stir after every 15-30 seconds. You can also melt on the oven using a small saucepan. Melt until gooey or melted.
\nPour the melted/gooey carob into the mixture. Stir until combined.
\nSpoon mixture in ice cube trays or molds. Place in freezer and leave overnight.
\nServe to your pups – and enjoy one too! They’re yummy for dogs and people.
\nI had some problems melting the carob chips – it turned out to be more gooey then it did liquid. But Oscar and I didn’t mind. As long as the carob doesn’t burn, it will work well in this recipe.
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    Peanut Butter And Carob Frozen Dog Treat Recipe

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    When that summer sun starts beating down on you and your doggy, you want a way to cool down… deliciously. And why not join your dog for a yummy treat? Dogs and their humans can nom nom nom on this Peanut Butter and Carob Frozen Dog Treat Recipe. In fact, I ate just as many of these as Oscar did – that’s how good they are! Try them for yourself and you’ll be addicted. Quick, easy and tasty – you can’t beat that combination!



    Peanut Butter And Carob Frozen Dog Treat Recipe
    Makes about 40 treats

    Ingredients:

    2 cups plain yogurt

    1 cup natural peanut butter

    1/2 cup carob chips

    Directions:

    Mix yogurt and peanut butter together. Combine until smooth.
    Melt carob chips gradually microwave using a microwave safe bowl. Stir after every 15-30 seconds. You can also melt on the oven using a small saucepan. Melt until gooey or melted.
    Pour the melted/gooey carob into the mixture. Stir until combined.
    Spoon mixture in ice cube trays or molds. Place in freezer and leave overnight.
    Serve to your pups – and enjoy one too! They’re yummy for dogs and people.
    I had some problems melting the carob chips – it turned out to be more gooey then it did liquid. But Oscar and I didn’t mind. As long as the carob doesn’t burn, it will work well in this recipe.

    ~Petguide.com
    Last edited by Petguide.com; 07-28-2017 at 05:34 PM.

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