A simple homemade dog treat icing recipe is this one for cream cheese icing You can make it in your own kitchen for your homemade dog treats. You can be as creative as you choose with cream cheese as a dog icing. We give you a simple icing recipe here to get you started.
Since we use whipped cream cheese instead of a solid block, this icing will be easy to spread. Simply apply it to your dog biscuits or dog cake creations.
The one big problem with this type of icing: it is perishable. The treats should be eaten right away. This is because most homemade options need refrigeration or stay wet and will dry out if they sit too long.
In addition, cream cheese is a dairy product, so give it to dogs in small amounts.
Read more about dogs and chocolate and dairy products.
is a healthy, natural alternative to processed sugar. It is sweet, and
some dogs like sweet tasting food. There is a difference between
store-bought honey and raw honey that comes directly from the bee's
hive. The store-bought honey is pasteurized, or heated, which gives it
that clear appearance. But honey purists will tell you that the
pasteurization process kills all the beneficial bacteria that exist in
the honey and destroys naturally occurring enzymes that can be
beneficial in alleviating allergies.
For this dog treat icing recipe, a small amount of honey is used to give it a sweet taste. It won't matter whether you use store-bought or raw. We are just going for taste in this recipe.
Magifrost dog treat icing, made by Fido's Frosting brand, is dairy-free. It is very easy to use - just add water and stir. The huge benefit of using this brand is that the icing does not need to be refrigerated. The shelf-life is long. It can withstand warm temperatures, so you can leave your treats out and stack them.
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