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19 October 2012

Homemade Puppy Frozen Yogurt

Today was...lets say...an interesting day. Texas A&M had a bomb threat and so campus was evacuated and classes cancelled. My morning started off with a client re-scheduling so my morning was free :) And then since campus was shut down. I did not have class and I could not get exams scored. I hope my class will be patient- becuase now they will have to wait till Monday to get their grades. I feel bad- I definitely know that as a student I would be so antsy waiting for my grade. Unfortunately- because of the bomb threat there was nothing I can do. The bomb threat, I think, ended up being a hoax-- thank goodness.

Since I had some unexpected time on my hands- I, of course- decided to make something. I wanted to make something for Ninja--something that he would really like. Well, though Ninja loves all treats. He LOVES frozen yogurt especially on hot days. Well, Ninja has had a rough week with the torn ACL, luxating patella and no dog park. He definitely deserved some fro-yo to cheer him up. This time I made a lot more and remembered to take pictures :) As you can see, I make the fro-yo in bulk and then freeze them in small containers for single servings. I move them into big cups, because well...lets be honest...Ninja has a big face :D

Adapted from Bunny Roo Beagle


1 (32oz) container of plain, non-fat, yogurt
3 bananas, sliced
1/3 c. honey
1/2 c. peanut butter
Small containers (can use child dixie cups)


Combine all ingredients in a food processor and puree. Once mixed well- pour into 9-10 small containers. Freeze for about 8 hours and serve when needed!


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