Many of our free dog treat recipes are fun and can be made for a special dog party. But none of them will have such a wow factor as these pizza dog treats. A classic party treat, pizza sets the tone for a fun and laid back event.
Just like pizza for humans, the toppings are close to endless. Create a customized homemade dog treat just for your party animal. Make individual pan pizzas like we did in small tart pans. Or, make a large pizza and each slice can be a treat.
Try making a simple, yet delicious all cheese pizza. Use a blend of Italian cheeses and pile it high.
How about a meat lovers pizza? Plain cooked sausage, ground beef and bacon are all luxurious choices. Be sure to drain as much fat from the cooked meats before using to top the pizza.
Tomatoes are a healthy addition to your homemade dog treats. The part of the tomato that can be poisonous to your dog is the plant, stem and leaves. The actual fruit part of the tomato is safe. However, if you still aren't comfortable using tomato paste on your pizza, there is an alternative. Use pureed organic baby food as a base. A mash of green beans, peas or squash is a healthy alternative that will still give this free dog treat recipe for pizza a saucy base for the other ingredients.
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Storing - This and other homemade fresh free dog treat recipes should be kept in the refrigerator. In a sealed container they will stay fresh for a week. You can store them in the freezer for up to 6 months.
Yield - There are too many variables to determine how many pizzas you will yield. You could make one large pizza and serve slices. Or, you could bake personal pizzas. The dough amount should make at least 6 thicker crust personal size pizzas.
Your dog parties won't be the same without these free dog treat recipes. Take a little extra time to make these pizza dog treats for your next celebration. You'll be the talk of the event, and every dogs best friend.
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