For those of you googling “buckwheat flour” right now, we assure you that there isn’t any wheat in buckwheat at all! In fact, it is not even related to wheat! Rather, it’s a fruit seed rich in dietary fiber, protein, vitamin B and dietary minerals.
Buckwheat contains NO GLUTEN, so it is perfect for our four legged friends who have sensitive digestive issues. Nutty in flavor buckwheat flour is perfect for dog treats.
Tapioca is a starch extracted from the cassava root. Used as a thickener, tapioca helps to bind ingredients. Very popular in Asian cuisines, tapioca starch is low in saturated fats and sodium.
Tapioca Starch contains NO GLUTEN, and simply adds structure to gluten free baking. It also adds crispness and a nice texture to dog treats.
Greek yogurt is simply yogurt that has been strained to remove the whey, resulting in a thicker and creamier yogurt.
Higher in protein, than regular yogurt, Greek yogurt contains probiotics, the good bacteria for a healthy gut. It also is rich in calcium, riboflavin, Vitamin B6 and Viamin B12.
Crunchy, crisp and yummy, apples are a good source of fiber and vitamin C. Like carrots, apples and peanut butter paired together are a tasty treat for dogs as well as their human companions.
Bananas are an excellent source of vitamin B6, and contain vitamin C, dietary fiber and potassium.
Spinach is an excellent source of iron, vitamin K, dietary fiber, zinc and vitamin B6. Spinach is considered a super food that is low in calories, yet loaded with nutrients.
Derived from sheep’s milk, or goat’s milk, or a combination, Romano cheese is a sharp and tasty table cheese. It’s strong aroma and distinctive taste goes a long way while adding a nutty flavor.
Made from ground dry roasted peanuts, peanut butter is an excellent source of protein, dietary fiber, vitamin E, niacin and dietary minerals. Most dogs love peanut butter and it is a popular ingredient for dog treats.
Calcium, protein and fat are the main nutritional values found in cheese. Cheddar cheese is low in lactose, yet offers a sharp distinctive taste.
A fruit, rather a vegetable, there are over 7,000 varieties of tomatoes. They contain lycopene, one of the most powerful natural antioxidants.
Blueberries, primarily grown in North America are a naturally sweet and juicy fruit. Rich in anti-oxidants, blueberries pair perfectly with fruits and yogurt.
A root vegetable, know for its sweet taste and creamy texture, sweet potatoes are rich in complex carbohydrates, beta-carotene and dietary fiber. Additionally they are a good source of potassium, niacin and vitamin B2.
A root vegetable, carrots are a good source of vitamin K and vitamin B6. Crunchy and naturally sweet, carrots blended with peanut butter are perfect for baking delicious and healthy dog treats.
Parsley is a popular culinary and medicinal herb recognized for its unique antioxidants, and disease preventing properties. Fragrant and sweet, parsley aids digestion and sweetens breath.
Pumpkins are a squash native to North America. An excellent source of Vitamin A, beta-carotene and Vitamin C, pumpkin is also recommended by vets as a dietary supplement to relieve constipation and diarrhea.