August 30, 2019


We’re often asked if we’re going to make treats - the SP taster panel currently remains pretty meal focused tho… So we thought we’d share how easy it is to MYO fresh fridge-treats with our plant-based meal mixes.



66g Brucie’s Immunity Meal Mix*

66g dog-friendly flour (we use a ground oat/quinoa flake combo)

A pinch of baking powder

That’s it!

*This makes approx. 12 balls, or about 2 treats a day for a week, which is probably enough for a single pup! If you’re having a play date, just keep the wet & dry mix weights identical as you increase them (e.g. 100g meal mix: 100g flour)



Combine all ingredients in a bowl**

Roll teaspoonfulls into balls

(Optional) Roll balls in extra quinoa flakes for that mirror ball ‘glitter’ look OR press them with a fork for a more ‘melting moment’ vibe

Bake in 180 degree oven for 15 mins fan forced, or 20 mins conventional

That’s it!!

**66g of flour takes up a lot more space than 66g of meal mix, so you’ll think the mixture is dry at the start, but persevere, and add a dash of water if you really need too….but remember you need a fairly un-sticky mix to get rolling.



Keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 7 days (because treats are a bit moist and chewy in the middle, and we don’t use preservatives)
Also freezable for future doggy discos***

***Happy 2nd birthday to Dottie, Lily, Sophie & Chips whose pawty inspired us to share this recipe x



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