Easter Treats For Your Pets

Easter is one of the most fun holidays there is! What’s not to like? There’s fun, family and the best part– Easter egg hunts! As pawrents, we’re sure you would love to celebrate Easter with your pets and make them feel special and loved, so we’ve put together some yummy recipes for your pets - all you have to do is get started on making these simple yet delicious recipes, while your pets work up an appetite in their Portable Paw Pool or cool down in their Pet Sprinkler Mat!


Carob Mini Easter Eggs 

Carob Mini Easter Eggs


What you need:

Mini Easter egg mould (can be purchased from Amazon or Lakeland)

300g carob drops


First, melt the carob drops in a bowl over very low heat.

Then, choose a saucepan and a mixing bowl. The saucepan needs to have a diameter that is slightly smaller than the mixing bowl. Fill a third of the saucepan with water and sit the bowl on top of the saucepan and heat the water.

Next, put the carob drops into the mixing bowl and once the water is boiling, turn off the heat and allow the carob to melt. Then stir until it is ready to be poured into the moulds.

Once the moulds have been filled, tap the mould on the worktop to ensure they are level and place in the fridge until set. You can then stick two egg halves together using peanut butter or cream cheese and your Carob Easter eggs are ready!


Chicken Liver and Green Bean Easter Egg Treats

Chicken Liver and Green Bean Easter Egg Treats

What you need:

350g Oat flour

225g Chicken livers

Small tin green beans

1 Egg


Preheat the oven to 160 C (gas mark 3) and grease a baking tray and line it with greaseproof paper.

Then, blend together the chicken liver and green beans. Next, put the flour in a mixing bowl, beat the egg but set a little aside for glazing and then add in the liver and bean mixture; this should make a dough.

Once the dough is ready, roll it out on a floured surface until it is 1cm thick and cut out using a cookie cutter of your choice.

Finally, glaze each one with the remaining beaten egg and bake in the middle of the oven for 30 minutes. Then remove and allow your Easter egg treats to cool.


Parsley and carrot biscuits 

Parsley and carrot biscuits

What you need:

1 bunch curly parsley

1 carrot, finely grated

60g grated mozzarella

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

320g wholemeal flour

2 tablespoons unprocessed bran flakes, crushed

2 teaspoons baking powder

270ml water


Preheat the oven to 180 C (gas mark 4) and lightly grease 2 baking sheets.

Then, mix the parsley, carrots, cheese and oil in a small mixing bowl and in another mixing bowl stir together the flour, bran and baking powder.

Next, combine both mixtures and gradually add the water until a moist dough is formed.

After that, knead the dough for one minute and roll out on a floured surface until 1cm thick. You can then cut out using a cookie cutter and bake in the oven for 20-30 minutes. Once cooked, remove from the oven and allow your biscuits to cool.


Fruity Easter Egg Treats

Fruity Easter Egg Treats

What you need:

Plain yoghurt

1 banana

½ punnet raspberries

½ punnet strawberries

Mini Easter Egg mould


Blend the fruit in a mixer until it is smooth.

Then pour into the egg mould until half full. Freeze for 30 minutes to an hour until completely frozen and pour plain yoghurt onto the frozen mixture until full.

Finally, freeze for another 2 hours until ready to serve.


Get ready to celebrate a fun, safe, and most importantly - Pet-friendly Easter this year, with these delicious treats that your fur babies will truly relish!


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