Frustrated doggie chef

by Kerry Walton
(Washington DC)

This has got to be one of the most frustrating topics for me. I looked everywhere for dog treat icing and tried every recipe. None of them worked well for me.


Finally I went into a dog bakery and asked them what they use. They told me they melt carob or yogurt chips so I searched for those. Uggh, those are made with lots of sugar and I wanted to avoid that.

Then I found an ad online for a yogurt treat mix with no sugar and you make by adding water and mixing. I tried it and it was great! The package says "Doggie Frosting Mix" and it is from K9Cakery. They advertise on google so just type "dog treat icing" and you will probably find them or some of their competitors.

I am still experimenting but this is the best I found to date. Does anyone else have any ideas?

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by: Teresa

Pupolicious.com offers both regular and wheat free treat mix and includes icing mix. This is no sugar added and the icing does harden and is good for the dog's teeth.

Oct 23, 2011
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by: Anonymous

white chocolate with paraffin wax. I use it and dip my 'cookies' and it hardens almost instantly. Make sure when you heat the white chocolate and wax you are using a pot about 2 cups full of simmering water with a pot above that which has the chocolate and wax in it, this way there is no direct heat and you will not burn it! Neither paraffin wax nor white chocolate are bad for dogs. I know you said you wanted to stay away from sugar, but i bet if you add paraffin wax to anything it will have that same hardening effect. Good luck!

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