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Jello Dog Treat Recipe - Dog Treat Mixing Bowl - Issue #59
July 05, 2014

Doggie Jello Super Fruit
Dog Treat Recipe

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Gelatin Dog Treats - Doggie Jello

The perfect homemade dog treat for a hot summer day should be cool, refreshing and healthy. We've got all those bases covered with our Super Fruit Doggie Jello treats.

Using fresh or frozen blueberries starts the treat off with a healthy antioxidant boost. But, why stop there? Adding a full cup or 8 ounces of pure pomegranate juice kicks up the healthy benefits.

I cut these treats into squares because it was easier than using cookie cutters. You could also use a silicone dog pan to shape each doggie jello treat.



  1. Pour the chicken broth and pomegranate juice into a small sauce pan and stir.
  2. Set the sauce pan on the stove top, on high heat, and cover. Prepare the other ingredients while it heats to a boil.
  3. In a blender puree the blueberries and water.
  4. Pour the blueberry mixture into a medium bowl and add two ice cubes. Stir to cool the blueberries.
  5. Sprinkle in the packets of gelatin and stir. After a couple minutes you will have a thick blueberry mixture or paste.
  6. Once the broth and juice come to a boil, remove from the heat.
  7. Using a rubber spatula, scoop out the blueberry mixture and add it to the hot broth and juice.
  8. Set a timer for 5 minutes and stir until the gelatin is dissolved.
  9. Carefully pour the hot liquid into a glass 13 x 9 pan. Refrigerate for at least 3 hours.
  10. Cut into 1 inch squares and serve.

Cold treats, frozen treats or specialty treats can all make for a successful dog bakery business. If you've ever considered taking the leap from hobby to business, please read my review of a dog business eBook that may be helpful in making your new venture a success.

July 31st - National Mutt Day

Finally, mutts get their own day to relish and enjoy. :)

This lovely day happens twice a year, July 31st and December 2nd. You can recognize the day by volunteering at your local animal shelter to walk, play with or generally socialize with your local mutts waiting for their furever home.

You can also bake up a batch of delicious homemade dog treats for your mutt, or any mutt that would welcome a treat.

Get more ideas and information regarding National Mutt Day from their website.

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15 Easy Dog Treat Recipes with 5 Ingredients or Less! Then you can make endless amounts of healthy, yummy, tested dog treat recipes that are already being enjoyed by countless dogs.

Here is a recent review for my eBook:

"I have I diabetic dog and it is very easy to adapt these recipes for my dog. Now I don't have to order very expensive from the east coast. I can put in the flavors he likes and leave out the sweetener and he likes them very much."

Join Us On Facebook - See What's Baking :)

Catch up on what we've been up to on Facebook. Then, join us on Facebook, post a picture of your dog or ask me a question, I'm always here to help. :)

If you have been following my newsletter recently, you will recognize the sweet fellow below. He is quickly becoming our unofficial mascot, our dear Sputnik, or as he is commonly referred to as, Sputnik-a-baker :) Here he is seen in his fashionable red apron and a bowl of what could be very delicious ginger snaps, or something similar:

Our second Facebook picture for this month is a very creatively decorated homemade dog treat. Our friend Kim has made our Banana Biscotti recipe, featured in the May issue of our newsletter. You can find the frosting and natural dyed sesame seeds she used by contacting our friends at K9 Cakery Testimonials

We get lots of feedback from our website visitors, just like you. Here's what some of them are saying . . .

"Thank you so much I'm so glad you have this site, I love your ideas."

"Thank you so much for these wonderful recipes. I have a black Labrador guide dog, his name is Broken. He has so many allergies I usually can't buy commercial dog treats. So I have to make them anyway which is better because you don't have all the junk in them. Thanks so much I love these treats, they're so easy to make and you can make them any size so you don't have to worry about crumbs. Chelsea and Broken"

What are your thoughts? Don't keep them to yourself, Contact Us and let us know what you like, or even dislike, about Dog Treat The more you share, the more you help all dog treat bakers, and their dogs.

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Want more of a certain type of recipe? Need treat ideas for your next dog party? Let me know what's missing from the dog treat pantry and I'll get to it right away.

Thanks for reading. Until next time,

Happy Dog Treat Baking!


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