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Organic sweet potato cranberry dog treats

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Organic sweet potato cranberry dog treats

Last weekend we were at the family reunion and, like always, the kids were really looking forward to the organic treats. The family is a mix of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free so I was wondering what was on offer for me to eat. I had no idea that cranberries were also part of the family! Cranberries are one of my favourite foods and I wanted to add them into my treats.

Cranberries are quite expensive and I wondered if I could make them myself. After doing a bit of searching online I came across some recipes that looked great! Here is what I made:

Organic cranberry treats

Ingredients:

2 large sweet potatoes (I bought a small package of organic sweet potatoes – it made about 50 dog treats)

100 grams cranberries (I bought a 500 gram bag and was a bit short so I bought the extra bag from Tesco to top up the recipe!)

1/2 cup of cashews (I used raw, unsalted cashews)

1/4 cup of coconut oil (I used the oil in a tub from Tesco)

1/2 cup of rsins (I bought organic golden rsins and added more for variety)

1/4 cup of chia seeds (I bought this from the health food store and added more for variety – this helped to thicken the treats. I think if I used more I may have ended up with something a little bit too thick to be a good treat. So I would recommend that you check out the amounts to use depending on what you need. I used about 100 ml.

Directions:

I used a food processor to cut up my sweet potatoes, rsins and cashews. I added these to a food processor and blended to a nice smooth mixture.

Then I added the coconut oil and chia seeds and pulsed them in. I added my cranberries and pulsed them in.

I transferred the mixture to a large mixing bowl, sprinkled in my rsins and mixed it all up.

I then spooned out the mixture and placed them onto parchment paper. I then sprinkled on some more chia seeds and placed them into the oven at 180 degrees Celsius for about 30 minutes.

They were pretty delicious, and my kids had plenty!

I have a feeling that it would be pretty easy to add other flavours such as vanilla, chocolate, orange, etc. to your own recipe.

Do you have any recipe ideas?

If you enjoyed this post you may also enjoy my recipe for banana muffins or my recipe for chocolate muffins (that are gluten-free).

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Welcome to my blog!

I am a Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist with a Master of Public Health degree. I am passionate about healthy food and nutrition. My background includes the corporate world, sport and wellness, education, and nutrition.

My blog contns healthy and gluten-free recipes. You may also find recipes for dry-free, vegan, vegetarian, etc. Check out the recipes page for links to recipes.

My passion is nutrition and dietetics so I tend to focus on healthy eating. I believe that healthy food should be nutritious, tasty, and affordable. I want to help you to find recipes that help to mntn or achieve a healthy diet, whilst making healthy food delicious.

Do you want healthy food that is not boring or expensive? Let me know what you think.


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