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Perfect Dog Pacifiers – The Totally Chill Breakfast Burrito

May 29, 2020

Keep Your Puppy Or Dog Happy & Busy With The totally chill breakfast burrito Food Toy Recipe

Think you can only put peanut butter in your dog’s food toy? Think again!

We’ll show you how to make…

The totally chill breakfast burrito

A quick, easy, and healthy recipe for puppy and dog enrichment food stuffing toys – like kongs, toppl toys, etc – that will keep your puppy (or dog!) happy, busy, and tired.

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The totally chill breakfast burrito

Supplies

  • Gloves – Protect yourself from bacteria and keep your hands clean!
  • A Spoon – Scoop out wet or raw food from cans or jars.
  • Newspaper – Lay down on the table first to reduce the mess (BONUS – you can recycle it after!)
  • Ziplock & Scissors – We like to use these to get the wet or mushy food inside of the toy. (Sort of like putting icing on a cake!) Load the ziploc bag with two-three scoops of wet food, then cut one of the bottom corners of the bag, and squeeze the wet food into the toy.
  • A food toy, or a stuffable bone.

INGREDIENTS

  • Scrambled Eggs
  • Bacon
  • Sweet Potato
  • Part Of Your Dog’s Breakfast Kibble (Or Raw Food)
  • Kibble Substitute: Spinach

Instructions

  • Stuff one end of your food toy with the mashed sweet potato to plug it while you put the rest of the ingredients in.
  • Primarily use the bacon, scrambled eggs, kibble (or spinach), and a small bit of sweet potato to fill the rest.
  • Plug the other end with some more mashed sweet potato.
  • To make it “chill”, freeze it! (We usually prepare a bunch of food stuffing toys, then freeze overnight.)
  • Then serve to your puppy or dog, and enjoy!

***Please note these Precautions To Take Before Feeding***

  • Always make sure your choice in a food toy does not pose a choking hazard to your dog. (Example: A Great Dane needs a different size food toy than a Pomeranian.) The size of your toy should be large enough that your dog cannot swallow, choke, or get his jaw caught on it.
  • Make sure to check with your veterinarian, or your dog’s professional nutritionist, first before making ANY changes or additions to your dog’s current diet.

Want More Recipes?

Get access to the other 40+ recipes for stuffed food toys and other baked treats! They’ll help keep your puppy or dog happy, busy, and tired.


Click here