Dog Turkey & Cranberry Meatballs
Benefits of Cooking for your Dog:
Cooking home made healthy dog treats for your pup can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience. Not only do you get to show your furry friend how much you care, but you also get to customize their treats to suit their tastes. Baking with human grade ingredients is always best, as it ensures that your pup is getting the nutrients they need while avoiding any potential preservatives or additives. In this Fresh Cranberry & Turkey Meatball Recipe we use whole ingredients that supply your dog with plenty of antioxidants to boost their immune system while making your dog feel special this holiday season.
This doggie turkey meatball recipe is a great way to use left over turkey during the holidays. You are welcome to use shredded or ground turkey purchased from your local grocery store. This recipe has natural ingredients, the meatballs can be served as a whole meal or as a meal topper. Real turkey is a great source of lean protein, while the oats are packed with fiber and are good for pups with digestive issues. They also include green beans, cranberries and oats. We love to make these meatballs in smaller batches and use them as training treats. You can keep them in the fridge for up to 5 days or the freezer for up to 3 months!
2 tbsp Cranberries
2 tbsp Green beans
1 lb Ground turkey
1 Cup Dog Child Mixed Veggie Meal Mix
¼ cup Rolled oats
½ cup Water
Chop cranberries and green beans (or toss into a food processor)
Gather all of your ingredients and add everything into the mixing bowl.
Use clean hands to mix it all up until the mixture looks uniform.
Using a small scoop, portion out the meatball mixture. And roll them into small balls on your lined baking sheet.
Bake at 350 for 25 minutes until turkey is thoroughly cooked.
Let Cool and Serve
When cooking for your pup at home, you have full control over what goes into the recipes. This means that you can choose healthy ingredients that are packed with vitamins and minerals. You can also avoid any artificial flavors or colors that may be in store-bought treats. Additionally, cooking with fresh ingredients can help reduce the risk of allergies or other health issues. For example, if your dog is particularly overweight, you may opt to use a protein such as turkey, which can be a great way to help your pooch shed those extra pounds or lamb for dogs that are allergic to beef. Boosting your dog’s food with whole Ingredients improves their overall health, digestive system, and wellness. This recipe incorporates our Mixed Veggie Meal mix to ensure your dog is getting all the nutrients they require. Our meal mixes were developed with veterinarians and pet nutritionists.
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