Easy Cheesy Popcorn For Dog

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Making your own dog treats at home couldn’t be any easier than this simple 2 ingredients Cheesy Popcorn dog treats.

Makes hundreds of training treats

Here’s a quick and easy training treat that your dog will love!

Ingredients needed to make Easy Cheesy Popcorn For Dog

1 bag natural microwave popcorn (no butter or salt)
1⁄2 cup grated cheddar cheese

A step by step to make Easy Cheesy Popcorn For Dog

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

Microwave the popcorn according to the package directions.

Spread the popped popcorn on a greased cookie sheet, trying to make one layer of
popcorn.

Sprinkle the grated cheese over the popcorn, making sure all the kernels have
some cheese.

Put the popcorn in the oven for just a few minutes, until the cheese is well melted.

Remove from the oven, let cool thoroughly, and store in an airtight container.

To use as training treats, remove the amount you’ll need and break apart the individual kernels. Each kernel is a training treat.

Chicken-Flavored Popcorn:

Another quick recipe for popcorn training treats is easy to make.

Drop a couple handfuls of popped popcorn into a plastic bag. Add 1 teaspoon or so of low-sodium chicken bouillon powder to the bag and shake well to distribute the bouillon.

Parmesan-Flavored Popcorn:

If your dog asks for more cheese, please, drop a couple
handfuls of popped popcorn into a plastic bag.

Sprinkle in 1 teaspoon or so of can grated Parmesan cheese and shake well to distribute the cheese.

Note: Can Dogs Eat Popcorn?

For dogs, popcorn itself is not evil. Popped corn kernels actually contain, along with fiber and trace quantities of vitamins, many minerals essential for canine nutrition, such as magnesium, manganese, phosphorous, and zinc.

A different tale is stuff that makes popcorn taste delicious to us.

Many of us like our butter-dripping popcorn filled with salt, even though we know that it’s not healthy for us.

For dogs, the same goes. Butter, oils, salt, and other popcorn toppings can lead to an intestinal upset in dogs, and obesity and obesity-related health issues also due to the fats in oil and butter.

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