Is Peanut Hottie suitable for Dogs?
Can you use Peanut Hottie for your dog’s treats?
Did you know that our delicious peanut butter powder makes tasty treats for your furry friends? Our research has shown that, just like people, K9s can't get enough of the stuff.
First up, it's worth noting even your best friend can have a nut allergy. In fact, this is among the most common form of hypersensitivity in dogs. As such it's always crucial to check this before allowing your pet to eat peanuts.
Peanut Hottie works wonderfully as a staple ingredient in homemade flavoursome rewards that don't disrupt your dog's balanced, healthy diet. A vegan, gluten-free product that's high in nutritional value, it offers a source of protein, dietary fibre, thiamin, folate, potassium, and zinc. As a result, there is mounting evidence to suggest it helps keep hearts healthy in our nearest and dearest from the animal kingdom.
One of the reasons our powdered drink has proven so popular is its versatility. Simply put, you don't have to use Peanut Hottie to make a warm drink. By adding to a range of recipes, both savoury and sweet, you can create spectacular dishes that never fail to impress and have them coming back for more, whether Maltese or Labrador.
Below, we've listed some of our favourite Peanut Hottie recipes for dogs, all of which have been tried, tested and approved by a dedicated group of doggie critics, and you can find out how to make our irresistible Peanut and Sweet Potato Dog Treats on the main recipe page.
Peanut Butter & Banana Ice Cream
Ideal in winter, spring, summer, or autumn, ice cream is a classic dog dessert for the exact same reasons it's so eternally popular with their owners. Better yet, it's actually easier to make than the human equivalent. Here's what you'll need:
4 ripened bananas
1kg plain yoghurt
½ cup Peanut Hottie Original
Throw all the ingredients into your blender, press go, and watch until everything mixes together properly.
Take that mixture, and pour it into five or six ice trays. We highly recommend the kind with dog-related shapes cut into them, for example bones or paws. If you don't have enough trays, or don't have any at all, use a zipped freezer bag and find something strong enough to break up the ice cream when it's ready to serve.
Check to make sure the ice cream is properly frozen — which should take around two hours. When it is, dish it out for your doggie diners. Alternatively, you can keep this frozen, ready and waiting for the perfect moment, up to six months after making it.
Peanut Hottie & Oat Dog Treats
Everyone loves a delicious oaty biscuit, and dogs are no different. These treats are very filling and just as tasty, so our only warning is not to let them ruin their dinner by diving into too many. If that does happen, though, don't panic — these are really healthy.
Now, here's how you prep them:
1 cup of oats or porridge
1 overripe banana
¼ cup of Peanut Hottie Original
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees celsius. Combine all the ingredients together, ideally mashing by hand so as to ensure plenty of texture, but a mixer will work, too.
Scoop the mixture out onto a rounded tablespoon. Place each measure in mounds on grease-proof paper, neatening with a fork where necessary.
Bake for around 12 minutes.
Cool properly. Serve.
You'll be able to keep these incredible homemade peanut and oat dog treats at room temperature for up to three days, or in the fridge for around a week.
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