Why should you make homemade frozen dog treat with peanut butter? Because, a human’s best friend deserves a gourmet treat to beat the summer heat! These cute frozen treats will have your dog’s tail wagging! 3 simple ingredients make this quick and easy to make, and of course you can enjoy them too!
Step By Step Homemade Frozen Dog Treat Recipe Directions:
Step 1: In a bowl, stir the ingredients together or you can blend in a blender.
Step 2: Poured the mixture into ice cube trays and put them in the freezer for a couple of hours.
Step 3: Each cube pops out easily and is the perfect size for a single serve doggy treat!
Step 4: Feed your dog their homemade frozen dog treat with peanut butter!
Betsy’s dog loves her homemade frozen dog treats. It’s hot in Florida and a frozen treat is a great way to reward and cool down your pooch. This recipe is so easy to make. Store the treats in the freezer. When your dog comes in from the heat they will know its time for a very “cool” reward! With Betsy’s Best Gourmet Peanut Butter you can trust “It will be love at first taste” for man’s best friend!
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A dreamy way to dip into a sweet treat that can be a breakfast, snack or dessert! Dress this healthy yogurt parfait recipe up the way you want with any fruit and yogurt combination. The almond butter blends well with every fruit and the creamy consistency of the yogurt whips this treat into a treasure! Don’t forget to top it with your favorite granola or layer of jam for an extra experience!
Step By Step Fruit and Yogurt Parfait Recipe Directions:
Step 1: Start with 4 oz of yogurt and top with 1 T of jam and add 1/4 c of berries.
Step 2: Add 1 T of Betsy’s Best and then add the rest of the yogurt, jam and berries and the rest of the Betsy’s Best.
Step 3: Sprinkle with granola.
Step 4: Enjoy your fruit & yogurt parfait
Betsy loves a healthy dessert, especially if it tastes amazing. Her cinnamon almond butter combined into this fruit and yogurt parfait gets it done. Give it a try and we’re sure it will be #LoveAtFirstTaste!
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Everything in life has its balance. Just like in yoga, the word “hatha” means the balance of the sun and the moon. When it comes to balancing your plate, the word “food synergy” refers to the compliment of nutrients in different foods that work synergistically together to produce better health results. Why not eat combined foods in a way that will give you more “bang for your buck.” These foods will not only give you better nutritional results, but will help with digestion, keep you feeling fuller, and give you more energy because of the ease of digestion. Find your perfect pair below and learn how to balance your plate with foods that fuel!
Oatmeal & Apples
Take a lickin’ and keep the ticker tickin’- Heart Healthier Duo: Apples are a powerhouse of nutrients, and never peel the skin of the apple because there are five times the amount of polyphenols in the skin than the flesh of the apple. Oatmeal also packs a powerful punch with the beta-glucan, a soluble fiber, which attaches to cholesterol in the gut and helps escort it out of the body. Add a dollop of your favorite Betsy’s Best Gourmet Nut or Seed Butter to boost the protein and healthy fat and you will create the perfect combination to keep you full and satisfied for hours to come.
Protein & Sweet Potatoes
Immune boosting, infection fighting warriors: It is hard to find a vegetable that is as sweet tasting and healthy as the sweet potato. This powerhouse has not only beta carotene, but vitamin A. However, without zinc, which is found in protein foods such as seafood, poultry, pork, and beef, and nuts, the vitamin A will have a hard time metabolizing and absorbing throughout the body. So pair your sweet potato with a dollop of Betsy’s Best Almond Butter or whip 2 T in your next sweet potato casserole for a dynamic duo that will increase nutrient absorption.
Yogurt & Chia Seeds
Digestive fighting dynamic duo: Yogurt, a probiotic, lays the groundwork for good digestive fighting bacteria that are housed in your gut. They help balance the good and bad bacteria to keep you regular. However, these little bugs need to eat too, and they feed on prebiotics, specialized fibers found in foods like chia and flaxseed. If you eat the right balance of the pre and probiotics, you will create an environment in your gut that will restore the health in your belly and keep things moving, in a healthy way! Good thing Betsy’s Best products are loaded with chia seeds so swirl a scoop of your favorite Betsy’s Best into your yogurt for a sweet and probiotic balanced treat!
Betsy’s Greek yogurt dessert recipe will have you craving healthy snacks more often. With Betsy’s Best Cinnamon Almond Butter, fresh honey and strawberries stirred into Greek yogurt, you’ll be making the tastiest and healthiest snack on this side of Athens. It’s great for breakfast or dessert, too!
Step By Step Greek Yogurt Dessert Recipe Directions:
Step 1: Place all ingredients into into your favorite dessert bowl.
Step 2: Garnish with strawberries and cacao.
Step 3: Enjoy your Greek yogurt dessert anytime of the day!
Within minutes of stepping into the kitchen you’ll be treating yourself to Betsy’s tasty almond butter, cinnamon and greek yogurt dessert! People love the difference Betsy’s Best Cinnamon Almond Butter makes as a mix-in. Was it #LoveAtFirstTaste for you?
Betsy’s no-cook, overnight refrigerated oatmeal recipe will make your mornings easier to manage. By preparing breakfast the night before you’ll be set to go! It takes just a few minutes to fill your jar and pop it into the refrigerator. In the morning, just grab it and go! If you have a few minutes to relax (Ha! Ha!), you can pour it into a bowl. Either way, it will be #LoveAtFirstTaste!
1⁄3 cup almond milk (or other milk/non-milk substitute)
¼ cup Greek yogurt
1 ½ tsp dried chia seeds
1 Tbsp cacao powder
1 tsp honey (or 4 drops liquid Stevia) (optional)
¼ cup old fashioned rolled oats, uncooked (or gluten-free oats)
¼ cup ripe banana, diced
Step By Step No-Cook, Overnight Refrigerated Oatmeal Recipe Directions:
Step 1: In a half pint (16 oz.) jar or clean Betsy’s Best jar, add milk, yogurt, chia seeds, cocoa powder, Betsy’s Best Cinnamon Seed Butter and honey.
Step 2: Stir ingredients.
Step 3: Add oats.
Step 4: Put lid on jar and shake until combined.
Step 5: Remove lid, add bananas and stir until mixed throughout.
Step 6: Return lid to jar and refrigerate overnight or up to 2 days.
Step 7: Stir in your favorite mixing, dried or fresh fruit, or other nuts and seeds for a different blend for your breakfast treat.
Step 8: Eat your no-cook, overnight refrigerated oatmeal chilled. Enjoy!
Since breakfast truly is the most important part of the day, you need to eliminate excuses for skipping it. Now Betsy has you covered. Add her non-cook, overnight refrigerated oatmeal recipe to your weekly breakfast list. We bet you’ll notice your daily energy and productivity improves as you fuel your body and mind each morning.