Homemade Dog Food
I love a recipe that uses leftovers. When I'm making roast vegetables for dinner, I'll always buy a little extra and save all the scraps to cook into my dog's meal. This is a versatile recipe - you can easily throw in some leftovers you have laying around for a little extra goodness. Made with ground beef, this high-protein dog food recipe is a great alternative food for dogs.
Formulated for Adult Maintenance.
Makes 2.5 lbs or 1134 grams.
For accurate nutrition use a scale and measure out ingredients in grams.
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2 ¼ Cups or 208g Rolled Oats
1 Cup or 149g Sweet Potato
2 Cups for 57g Spinach
3 Cups or 57g Kale
¼ Cup or 28g Parsley
1 ¾ Cup or 420g Water
1.25 Lb or 567g Ground Beef
½ Cup or 68g Dog Child Essential Nutrient Mix
Place the cubed sweet potatoes, Rolled Oats, Spinach, kale, and parsley in a food processor.
In a pan cook the ground beef until it is nearly done.
Add the processed veggies to the pan and pour in the water.
Add in the Essential Nutrients Mix and combine.
Cook for 15 minutes until the water is absorbed.
Once cooled, tossing it in the freezer for 30 minutes may make the mashed potato topping easier to cut into uniform slices.
Gather the ingredients. Preheat oven to 350 F.
In a large bowl combine the ground beef, quick rolled oats, essential nutrient mix and water, use your hands to combine.
Add in the finely chopped spinach stems, finely chopped kale and mashed potatoes.
Transfer to a loaf pan and smooth out the surface at the top.
Cook for about 1 hour.
Remove from the oven (if there is grease on top you can remove it and spread the mashed sweet potatoes on top of the loaf, and cook for another 10 minutes, or until it reaches an internal temperature of 160 F.
Let cool completely.
Cut into portions and keep in the fridge or freeze for a later Date!
Can be keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 days or in the freezer for 90 days.