Turkey Dinner Dog Treat Baking Mix
Additive-free & 100% natural. Makes approx. 60 wheat-free, turkey dog treats.
- 100% natural dog treat baking mix
- All dry ingredients included
- Easy-to-follow instructions
- Made with dehydrated British turkey with added cranberries
- Makes approximately 60 Christmas turkey dog treats
- Eco Friendly, Biodegradable/Recyclable packaging
Extend the season of goodwill to your dog. Easy-to-bake Christmas dog treats made with human-grade dried turkey and cranberries. So tasty, so healthy, you can eat them too!
is a whole-grain flour made from rolled oats. Oat flour is rich in B vitamins, chromium, copper, fibre, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum and phosphorous.
I also use oat flour in our Tuna Bites training treat mix.
Almond flour is grain and gluten-free and high in plant-based proteins. It’s rich in healthy fats, calcium, fibre, iron and vitamin E as well. Yes it’s higher in calories than some flours, but it’s not something you use a huge amount of when baking treats for dogs. So it’s not something to be overly concerned about unless your dog has a real weight issue.
Peanut Butter Powder
Peanut butter is an absolute dog food pantry essential. It’s full of goodness, dogs love it, and it’s great for high-reward dog treats. What’s not to like? Just ensure that any peanut butter you buy for your dog DOES NOT contain xylitol which is poisonous to dogs!
Turkey is an excellent source of lean protein for your dog. It’s high in selenium and a good source of vitamins and minerals including phosphorus, zinc, iron, potassium, copper and magnesium.
Cranberries are a rich source of vitamin C and a good source of manganese together with vitamins E, K and B6. They also contain iron, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc and fibre.
About this mix
These Christmas dog treats are made only from 100% natural, human-grade, dog-safe ingredients. They contain no artificial colours, flavourings, preservatives, added sugar or salt.
Remember, all my dog treats are both dog-safe and safe for human consumption. Do try them yourself and let me know how you like them by submitting a review below.
One final thing. As tasty as your dog may find these homemade dog treats, treats should make up no more than around 10% of your dog’s daily calorie intake. Please make allowance for this and reduce the size of your dog’s meals in order to minimise the risk of unhealthy weight gain.