We have been trying recipes from The Honest Kitchen’s Made With Love recipe book. For Delia’s Halloween treats, we made the Gluten-Free Halloween BonBons featured in the book. The recipe was easy and quick to make and Delia LOVES them. This recipe book is full of healthy recipes for dogs, cats AND people. We haven’t tried any of the people-friendly recipes yet, but this is the third recipe Delia has tried and so far, they are all a hit.
The Honest Kitchen Gluten-Free Halloween BonBons Ingredients
1 Cup The Honest Kitchen Force dehydrated dog food.
1/2 cup ground beef
1 cup canned or fresh cooked pumpkin
1 free range egg
1 small handful of quinoa or buckwheat flour
*Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
*Mix equal parts of the Force and pumpkin together in a medium sized mixinng bowl. Add in the beef, quinoa flour and egg, and mix until well blended.
*Shape into balls of a size appropriate to your dog, and place it on a greeased cookie sheet.
*Bake for approximately 15-20 minutes or until slightly; golden on the ourside, but soft in the midd.e
*These treats will store for about a week in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Recipe included with permission from The Honest Kitchen.
We’ll be sharing more of our experiences with recipes from this recipe book as we try them. If you’re looking for a recipe book with healthy, easy to follow recipes for your whole family, I highly recommend The Honest Kitchen’s Made With Love recipe book.
Check out The Honest Kitchen’s website for more recipes. Here are a few Halloween treat recipes your pup may enjoy.
Disclaimer: We received a box of Force dog food and a free copy of The Honest Kitchen Made With Love recipe book from The Honest Kitchen for our honest review.