According to a new survey, 52% of people say they feed their dog better than they feed themselves. What if you feed your dog the same way you feed yourself?
Inside you’ll find 10 scrumptious, healthy recipes that you can share with your dog. This free downloadable cookbook has everything – entrées, starters, and yes, even desserts (!) that you and your pooch will love. From chicken soup to portable snacks, there’s a recipe here for dog-loving chefs of every level.
Below is one of our favorite recipes from the eCookbook:
Confetti Egg Frittata
Have a fridge full of stuff you don’t know what to do with? It’s frittata time! This recipe is a cross between scrambled eggs and a quiche. It’s bursting with color, flavor and is quick enough for a weekday and special enough for a day off.
4 large eggs
¼ cup milk (or unsweetened coconut milk beverage – found in the refrigerated section)
1 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil
1 tablespoon red bell pepper, diced
1 cup baby spinach, roughly chopped
½ teaspoon salt
¼ cup cheddar cheese, shredded
2 tablespoons chipotle salsa
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.
- Place a small oven-proof, non-stick pan over medium heat. Add the olive oil and bell pepper and cook until the
pepper begins to soften.
- Add the spinach and toss together until the spinach begins to wilt but is still bright green and the liquid is evaporated
(about 3 minutes).
- Meanwhile, in a medium bowl, whisk together the eggs and milk until well combined.
- Add the salt, egg mixture, and cheese to the pan and stir to combine. Let the egg mixture cook on the stovetop for
approximately 2 minutes until the edges begins to set.
- Place the pan in the hot oven and bake until the eggs are mostly cooked (approximately 6 minutes), with just a slight
jiggle in the center. Remove the pan from the oven using an oven mitt and let sit for 5 minutes. The remaining eggs in
the center will continue to cook.
- Slide the frittata out of the pan and cut into four equal pieces.
Serve one wedge (¼ of the frittata) for the equivalent of one egg.
Top the remaining frittata with chipotle salsa.
Please note that this recipe should be a fun addition to your pet’s diet and not a replacement meal plan. If you have questions about your dog’s diet, please consult your vet.
Find this, along with 9 more fun, easy, and healthy recipes to share with your best furry friend right here.
About the Michelson Found Animals Foundation:
Michelson Found Animals Foundation is a leading animal welfare non-profit organization committed to keeping pets safe at home with the pet parents who love them. With a mission of Saving Pets, Enriching Lives, Found Animals is advancing the health and safety of pets through the first free, national microchip registry, solutions-based programs addressing pet adoption, microchipping, low-cost spay neuter services and grants for research into non-surgical spay and neuter methods. The foundation provides educational resources for pet parents and support for a variety of animal welfare organizations and is also supporting start up innovation in the pet care industry with the Leap Venture Studio. Generously funded by Dr. Gary Michelson and Alya Michelson, Found Animals has helped more than 1.5 million pets since it was founded in 2005.