The recipe is one I’ve used before and you can find it here. It’s got bacon drippings for the fat component! But not much. The “frosting” is about 1:1 peanut butter and plain greek yogurt that is thickened just a bit with finely grated parmesan. Delia is not a picky eater.
I made the “10” a few weeks back. She’s also sporting a new collar cozy with orange flowers - orange is her signature color.
UPDATE: I don’t remember this happening in the past, but id does seem that these treats give our sweet, beautiful princess some seriously rank toots! Might be the “frosting” and we are just about out of the frosted ones, so maybe it will get better. We’ve had quite a bit of wildfire smoke the last few days and times up into the “unhealthy for everyone” part of the air quality scale, but it’s difficult to say if it’s actually safer indoors with Delia!
Nothing better than homemade pupper treats for a birthday!
I used to have a neighbor who had birthday party every year for her dogs and invited all the dogs in the neighborhood. They all got party hats and treats. I remember their daughter, who was about 7 at the time, coming over to pick up our dog for the party. Our 18 yr old son was hanging out with a friend and gut some strange looks when this little girl showed up saying, “I’m here to get Licker for the party…”
Wow time flys, she so lovely. I have a 12 yo girl Missy and she gets the worst toots from cheese which she loves but she can’t have it. I try to hide it when I cook with it cause she gives me the puppy eyes. 12 years and still gets me with the puppy eyes