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    Cool Treats - Recipes

    This one came from my friend, Carol, who is a Golden lover like me!

    It is unbearably hot here in New York, and I thought I would tell you about a treat I make for my Laddie. It is especially good for our four legged souls in this weather. This is a form of Frosty Paws, and it costs very little as compared to the cost in the supermarket or at the kennel.
    1 cup of vanilla yogurt
    3/4cup of cold water
    1 banana
    Put the three ingredients into a blender, and then pour into the ice cube tray. Laddie loves it, and it is healthy, too!

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    Here's another one that was modified by one of our Golden Retriever members.

    Remember that great recipe Carol shared with all of us back at the end of July for a cold treat?!?

    This was her recipe:
    1 cup plain yogurt
    3/4 water
    1 banana
    Well, I did try it once. The second time I went to make them, I thought, I wonder how these would turn out if I added their favorite item of all...peanut butter.

    This is the twist on the recipe I came up with. Hunter and Chloe gobbled them up like nothing I have ever seen before. And you know what?!? I have been sneaking more of their snacks than what I have been giving them! LOL! They are really good!!! If you like peanut butter and banana sandwiches...you'll love these! Next time, I am making popsicles for myself with this recipe. The heck with the dogs LOL!


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    My Recipe:

    2 cups low fat French Vanilla yogurt
    1 1/4 cups water
    2 bananas
    3 heaping tablespoons low fat peanut butter

    Mix in blender until smooth. Pour into ice cube trays.
    (or popsicle molds hehehe)

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    Oooo, that sounds like good recipes! I'll go find a measurment converter now so I can see what a cup is in deciliters!

    Thanks for sharing

    So I'm taking it that "Frosty Paws" are some store-bought cold candy for dogs, right?

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    Frosty Paws look like ice cream, Ann, and come in a cup, frozen. I think they are supposed to be much healthier for the dog than eating the real thing. I've never tasted it though!

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    Originally posted by Logan
    Frosty Paws look like ice cream, Ann, and come in a cup, frozen. I think they are supposed to be much healthier for the dog than eating the real thing. I've never tasted it though!
    I tasted them! After all the dogs go absolutely crazy for them so I had to give it a try. Well to be perfectly honest.... it tasted like cold cardboard to me! I really don't know why the dogs love them so much. But they do!!!

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