Gut-friendly and immune-boosting!

Makes around a dozen mini puds.

10 mins preparation | 30 mins setting time (optional)

Ingredients

  • ½ Unpeeled, Organic Granny Smith Apple – finely diced
    We use Granny Smith apples as they are high in pectin.
    Use any type, but it must be organic!
  • 30g Frozen Organic Wild Blueberries
    we use Bunalun – available in all large Tesco, Dunnes and Supervalu stores.
    Use any blueberries – but they must be organic!
  • 15g Organic Carob Powder
    Available in good health food stores (Nourish, The Hopsack) or online
  • 10g Organic Chia Seeds – freshly milled.
  • ¼ thumbnail of Fresh Ginger (grated)
  • ¼ tsp Cinnamon – ideally Ceylon
  • 50ml Organic Light Tahini – reserve a little for topping!

Method

  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl – stir until thoroughly combined.
  2. Roll into small, walnut sized balls (about 12)
  3. Drizzle a little tahini over each pudding (we used a squeezy bottle with a nozzle!)
  4. Leave it in the fridge for 30 mins to set (optional)

Why the ingredients are good for dogs

We believe that fresh is best when it comes to a dog’s diet… variety really matters too! That is why these little puddings are super! They have a great variety of ingredients, not usually found in a dog’s daily diet!

Organic (unpeeled) Granny Smith Apple 
High in pectin which nurtures gut-friendly bacteria.

Frozen Organic Wild Blueberries 

  • Improves the gut microbiome
  • Can reduce inflammation
  • Rich in antioxidants

Organic Carob Powder
A source of gut-friendly pectin, polyphenols and fibre.

Organic Chia Seeds
These create a gel like substance, which lines the gut and helps to heal and soothe.

Fresh Ginger
Is and a carminative, great for digestion and boosts the immune system!

Cinnamon
Helps aid digestion and to remove unfriendly gut bacteria

Light Organic Tahini
High in zinc, which supports the immune system. 

Please feed in moderation :)

If pregnant or suffering from any medical conditions, please check with your vet before feeding.

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