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TREAT YOUR DOG PODCAST EPISODE 6 Pineapple Beet Mint

This week we’ll be baking some tasty pineapple beet mint treats for your pups. Find the recipe here: https://doggydessertchef.com/2016/02/04/pineapple-beet-mint/

00:00 Tennille: Welcome to Treat Your Dog, a baking podcast presented by Doggy Dessert Chef. Each week, you can bake along with us and make tasty homemade treats for your pups.

00:09 Tennille and Derk: Let’s treat your dog.

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00:13 Tennille: Hi, y’all. It’s Tennille, and we’re going to be baking a pineapple beet mint treats today. You’re gonna need half a cup of cooked and puréed beets, I use canned, half a cup of drained crushed pineapple, a teaspoon of dried mint, you can use fresh if you do have that on hand, a fourth of a teaspoon of cinnamon, and a cup of oat flour. I make my own oat flour. I’ve found it in stores, but it’s always a little pricey, so I grab some much cheaper whole oats and process them in my blender until I have flour. Prepare your baking sheet. Line it with parchment paper, foil, or a silicon baking mat and set it to the side. Then preheat your oven to 350 degrees. So mix together your beets, pineapple, mint, cinnamon and oat flour, until they’re completely combined. Once everything’s all mixed up, pat your dough onto your prepared baking sheet, a fourth of an inch thick, and then take a straight edge and score the dough horizontally and then vertically to make a grid. I used a pizza cutter. I found it to be the easiest way. Once you’ve got that all done out, bake it for 10 to 15 minutes. So I’ll let you get that in the oven, and then we’ll be back.

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01:29 Tennille: Alright. Once your treats are done, allow them to cool completely before breaking them into their bite-sized pieces. After your dogs are done, put any sort of leftovers in the refrigerator. And there’s going to be a link to the recipe in the comments. I’ll see you next week for another delicious dog treat recipe. Happy baking.

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01:48 Tennille: All these recipes have been carefully researched, but we cannot rule out the possibility of food intolerances, and it is essential that you speak with your veterinarian before feeding your dog any homemade treats. For more recipes, visit doggydessertchef.com or find us on Facebook, Doggy Dessert Chef, or you can join our Treat Your Dog podcast group. Don’t forget to subscribe for more treat recipes.

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