• Marina Veronica

Make Easter Gummies for your Doggie!

Updated: Apr 20



Treat Ingredients:

Colourful “Glass” Pieces:

  • 3/4 cup cool water (or alternative dog-friendly liquid)

  • 3 tbsp quality powdered gelatin

  • 1/4 cup plain low-fat yogurt

  • Colours and tints

(See our post on using natural food colourings for dog treats for ideas on colours and ingredients).


White Surround:

  • 3/4 cup cool water (or alternative dog-friendly liquid)

  • 3 tbsp quality powdered gelatin

  • 1/4 cup plain low-fat yogurt

Preparing the glass pieces:

  • While you are waiting for your white surround to cool, prepare the coloured glass pieces by cutting up your set coloured gelatin into pieces. Smallish pieces will allow a larger variety and distribution of colour, but don’t go too tiny. Cutting through the pieces is what gives these treats their looks.

  • Place in a suitable container and make sure the different colours are mixed about. Since the stained glass effect looks niftiest along cuts, I’m using a small deep container. My finished gummies will be sliced half as thick as that depth, so there will be more visible cut glass in the finished treats.

Finishing the treats:

  • Pour the white gelatin surround mixture into the container over the cut coloured glass pieces.

  • Gently tap or swirl if/as needed to make sure that there are no air pockets trapped between the coloured pieces and that the coloured pieces are all covered into the white surround. R

  • Refrigerate to set thoroughly before slicing into bite-sized treats. Refrigerate the cut treats for storage, and give to your pup to enjoy in moderation.

Always consult your vet before feeding your dog any treats.


Source: https://www.dalmatiandiy.com/homemade-gelatin-gummy-dog-treats/

Image: Amazon (dog bunny costume)

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