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Q: Looking for recipe

December 28, 2008 | By Brenda | 6 answers | Expired: 2169 days ago

Brenda

At christmas time I bought some milkbone type treats that were dipped in something -- (it appears to be like white chocolate). I am wondering if anyone has a recipe similiar to this. My dog loved them.

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Olivia T.
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Jan 05, 2009

I use hot dogs for my dogs treats. He loves them.

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Pia S.
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Jan 03, 2009

If you go to the book review section, there are a lot of cookbooks for dog treats.

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Elaina
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Jan 02, 2009

You can use yogurt mixed with a drop of oil or carab which is used common on pet products. It looks like chocolatem but is ok for pets. Most craft or health food stores carry it. Also try putting some dried fruits on top. they love it.

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ParkMaster
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Dec 28, 2008

Since dogs can't have chocolate, it must be a yogurt based product. Your best bet is to check the side of the box (like for people food); the ingredients are listed there. A simple coating would be a mixture of yogurt and vegetable oil; a manufacturer would use some kind of preservative to give it a long shelf life. Your best bet would be to keep them in the fridge and bring them out shortly before giving them to your dog so they won't be cold.

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Ethel02
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Dec 28, 2008

I'm guessing it was vanilla yogurt of some kind, they probably add something that makes it stick and be left un-refrigerated, I give my girls a bit of yogurt every night with some defrosted frozen blueberries, they love it.

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Tannaidhe
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Dec 28, 2008

My guess would be along the lines of a yogurt-dip. Look for any sort of yogurt-dip recipe (almonds, raisins, pretzels, etc.) You'll probably want to reduce or eliminate any sugar in the recipe.

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