Dogs can eat a lot of things that we humans can’t. They will even try to get into the trash if you don’t put it up, so they must really like some foods. One thing dogs love is cheetos! If you’re wondering whether or not your dog can eat this junk food, then check out these recipes for cheeto treats and other snacks that are safe for them to enjoy:
BLT Bacon Cheetos: These are just like a sandwich with all the fixings, but made out of cheetos! All you have to do is put the ingredients in between two slices of bread and voila. Your pup can enjoy this special treat without any guilt or regret because it’s just cheese that they’re consuming.
Beefy Crunch Sticks: This recipe takes advantage of those little beef sticks that dogs go crazy for on your next grocery run and turns them into crunchy treats for their chew toy time when you leave home for work in the morning.
These tasty snacks will keep both humans and pets happy at meal time by providing something everyone can eat together while bonding over some quality playtime before they get back to the grind of work and home.
Sushi Cheetos: This recipe is as creative as it gets for mixing cheetos with other food, but what makes this so special is that you can use almost any ingredients that you have in your fridge or pantry to make a “sushi” roll out of something else besides rice!
Be sure to put on plastic gloves when using raw fish because there’s always a chance of contamination (and if you’re allergic) and keep an eye open for signs of infection like redness, swelling, pain, fever, etc.
If symptoms don’t show up right away after eating sushi then they will usually appear within 24 hours and last about seven days.
Bacon Cheetos: this recipe is perfect for those who love a little spice in their life. The idea behind the bacon cheeto snack is to take some of your favorite ingredients and wrap it up into a fun shape or make an edible piece artwork with them!
You can even use other things like cookie cutters, egg molds, cheese slicers or anything else you have laying around that would be useful for creating shapes out of food. Be sure not to eat too many because these are full of calories!
Hot Wings Cheetos: This recipe was made as more than just something tasty–it’s meant to remind you of all the great times you’ve had watching football games while eating wings together as friends or family.
Start by leaving your hot wings out to cool and dry for a bit before you prepare them with these Cheetos. It’s also important not to over-stuff the bags of chips with filling because they can break easily, so make sure to leave some room in each bag! Serve with ranch dressing or blue cheese dressing on top as well as celery sticks if desired.
Fried Rice Cheetos: This recipe is great for any time when you’re looking for an easy snack that packs all the flavor you want without being too messy or difficult to eat at once. All it takes are two cups of cooked rice, about four tablespoons soy sauce (or tamari), half a tablespoon ground ginger, one egg white, and a bag of Cheetos.
Chicken Cheetos: This recipe is perfect for tailgating or any other time you’re looking to make an easy snack that everyone can enjoy. All it takes are three cups cooked chicken, one cup white wine (or apple cider vinegar), two tablespoons soy sauce, half a tablespoon ground ginger, pineapple juice from the canned pineapple in the fridge because we all have cans of pineapple laying around these days, and just over ten ounces of water mixed together with some salt and pepper until they dissolve completely into the liquid mixture.
Steamed Dumplings With Horchata Sauce: If your dog has never had dumplings before but loves horchata then this will be another great option when you want to try something new.
Cheese Sauce: If your pup loves cheese and isn’t a picky eater then this is the perfect recipe for you. Just mix together butter, flour, milk, salt and pepper in a saucepan on medium heat until it has thickened enough that when you take out of the pan with spoon some sticks up instead of sliding back down immediately into the pot. Add grated cheddar or Mexican blend cheese (or both) !!! You can also add mustard if they like those flavors!
Grilled Ham & Cheese Hot Dogs: This hot dog recipe will make them feel just like their own favorite meal but without all the carbs from bread rolls or buns! Prepare two sandwich thins per person. Cut in half and lightly brush with canola oil. Grill for about 30 seconds on each side or until they are just browning – don’t let them get too crispy! Remove from the grill, cut into bite-sized pieces (not all the way through) then spread a little ham on one of the halves. Spread some mustard on top of that followed by a slice of cheese !!!
Add lettuce & tomato slices to taste if you wish. Put it back together so everything is sandwiched inside again and enjoy!
Taco: If your pup loves tacos but doesn’t like meat try these out instead! You will need either corn chips or fried flour tortillas as well as kidney beans, water chestnuts, carrots, green onion, tomato sauce, diced tomatoes, and cheese.
Pizza: One of the most popular food items for both people and canines alike is pizza! But don’t worry your pup won’t get too many carbs – this recipe only calls for one cup of flour. Other ingredients include water, yeast, salt & butter !!!
Cheese Cake: This dessert sounds delicious enough to eat as well but unfortunately it’s off limits to our pups because it contains eggs (in addition to other not so dog friendly ingredients). That doesn’t mean you can still enjoy making them with your pooch though! All you need is a package of graham crackers that have been crushed into crumbs in a bowl followed by two sticks of softened cream cheese (plus some whole milk, sugar & vanilla extract).
Breakfast in bed: You can’t start the day without a good breakfast and that’s exactly what this recipe provides for your pup! Simply mix together one cup of cooked oatmeal (or rice), two tablespoons of pureed banana or applesauce, one tablespoon of honey to provide sweetness, three cups water with powdered milk mixed in !!!
Easy Biscuit Recipe: A yummy treat is always appreciated by our furry friends. This quick biscuit recipe only requires six ingredients – flour, baking powder, salt, butter/margarine cut into pieces and cold shortening cubed; eggs !!!