Frozen Yogurt Bites
Updated: Sep 18, 2018
It’s easy to see that I’m completely bananas about our dog (yes, pun intended). If you continue to watch Feasts with my Furball, which I hope you do because my dog is super cute and cooking is super fun, you’ll see that I’m a pun connoisseur.
I love giving credit where it’s due, so here’s the link to the original recipe. Yes, this is a site for children’s recipes, but when you think about it, Zimi is essentially the baby of our little family.
When Shalom and I decided it was time to adopt a dog, we found that the most fun thing to do was share food with her. This was the inspiration for Feasts with my Furball. I love seeing what Zimi can eat too and how I can adapt recipes of what I’m cooking for myself so that she can enjoy it with us. I’d like to welcome you on this cooking journey with me. I’ll be posting videos in 6 part seasons for your viewing pleasure. I’m here to share the knowledge that I gained from tons of research so that you can spoil your dog too, build a community for dog lovers to share recipes and share sweet stories of our furballs.
Today’s recipe makes me feel like reminiscing about Zim Zim’s puppy days. If you’re more of a watcher than a reader, here’s a link to our vlog about the very first days we had with her. I’ll never forget the day we brought her home. I was so anxious about doing everything right. Zimi’s our first dog as a couple. We named her Zimi after Zimbabwe since that is where Shalom is originally from. We had made it through our first night with her and could already tell that she was perfect for us. At 3 months old, she only had to go out once in the middle of the night (which I was happy about since I LOVE my sleep). The next morning I fed her breakfast and thought to myself, ‘I have time to brush my teeth while she’s eating and then I’ll take her out again.’ Oh, I very much did not have time to brush my teeth. I had just gotten the toothpaste on my brush when I glanced out the bathroom door to witness Zimi dropping a nice big, stinky one next to Shalom’s music equipment. I can tell you that I’ve never made that mistake again, haha.
That’s only one of the many fond memories I have of our cutie puppy. I’ve also added some of my favorite photos of Zimi when she was a tiny, baby puppy and if you’re feeling it, I’d like to see your puppy photos too! Please post your favorite photo in the comments along with your favorite story.
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*Also remember that these are meant to be treats and not a substitute for their regular meals. If you have any concerns, please consult your vet before trying new foods for your dog.