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Christmas Dog Treats

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Christmas dog treats

We bring you images of homemade Christmas dog treats to inspire your own imagination. The treats above were decorated with Fido's Frosting brand dog treat icing in red, white and green colors. They are simply decorated but convey the holiday spirit very well!

Using a bone shape cookie cutter, a dog house cutter, and a star shape, the treats were decorated with festive edible glitter. As you can see, you can simply drizzle the dog treat icing over the cookie.

You do not have to be a skilled decorator so don't be intimidated! Mix up a batch of dog treat icing and have some fun!

Use the mini paw silicone mold to create little paw shape biscuits or mini cakes. Then, with red, green and white dog treat icing, paint the toes. You can package them in individual cellophane packages for great dog stocking stuffers. Everyone loves the little paw shapes. They make the perfect bite-size biscuit as well.

Red dog treat icing

A question we are often asked is if red dog treat icing is safe. It is just as safe as any other color of icing. We recommend the powdered colors. Powders do not introduce more liquid into the mix which could change the consistency of the icing such as might occur with a gel or liquid color.

There are various shades of red and green colorings. We recommend testing them out so you can get an idea if you need to add more color, back off on the amount, or maybe mix several shades to get the desired effect you want.

Keep in mind that sometimes the color will look lighter when it is applied but when the icing dries, the color darkens up.

Christmas dog treat ideas

These are dog cookies! Displayed all together they invoke a winter scene. Perfect dog gift to bring to your pet loving friends for the holidays. These cookies were decorated with Fido's Frosting brand dog treat icing. It dries hard and shiny.

Use regular Christmas cookie cutters and the rest is easy. Just trace around the outline of the shape. The icing fills in the outline. It takes up color nicely.

Package the dog cookies in Christmas wrapping.

Christmas dog treat trees

More dog treats decorated with Fido's Frosting brand dog treat icing. A simple swirl is all you need as Jennifer did for her treats shown above. Very festive picture! And they look yummy...

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