Cheese-Stuffed Venison Meatballs
I made these for Marco to celebrate his 9th birthday. Once baked in the oven, I simply served them with some steamed vegetables to make a dinner with a difference for he and his little sister Ava.
- 500g Venison Mince
- 60g Mozzarella Cheese
- 60g Parmesan Cheese
- 100g Grated Carrots (the weight is a guess)
- 20g Coconut Flour
- 30g Rolled Oats
- 1 Egg Yolk
- 1/2 Teaspoon Thyme
This venison recipe for dogs really hit the spot with my two dogs, and they really know a thing or two about good food. Dogs love different textures. It helps to keep their food interesting.
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Dogs love venison. Aside from its rich taste, it’s rammed with B vitamins. Said to play a vital role in maintaining good canine health and well-being, B vitamins directly benefit your dog’s brain function and energy levels. They also help boost the immune system and promote cellular health.
Venison is also a lean meat. Much leaner than the likes of beef. Less fat and less cholesterol means it’s the ideal protein source for any dog needing to shed a little lumber. It also contains more omega-3 than other red meats. This makes it beneficial not only for good cognitive function, but for your dog’s skin and coat as well. And of course, omega-3 helps protect joints against arthritis and other debilitating joint problems.
I do hope you’ll give this venison recipe for dogs a try with your pooch. Bone appétit!