Deviled eggs are a classic party snack for any occasion, but are always popular for football because of their resemblance to a football shape and of course are always a hit at Easter. With a few small adjustments, deviled eggs can quickly become doggie delights. Filled with protein, they make a healthy and grain-free treat for you and your furry friend. As with any treat, you will want to feed in moderation, especially if it’s your first time feeding a particular snack.
- Eggs – as many as you like!
- Plain, Unsweetened Yogurt – 1 Tbsp for every 2 eggs
- Hard boil your eggs. You can use any method you like, but this one worked for us
- Put eggs in a pot and cover them with an inch of water.
- Put a cover on the pot and bring the water to a boil.
- Once boiling, remove the pot and let sit 15 minutes.
- Run eggs under cold water and place in refrigerator to cool.
For Humans: The eggs are tasty on their own and the yogurt adds a nice tang, but if you want them to be spiced up for human consumption, set aside a set of yolks for the dog and mix according to the recipe above. In the human mixture add salt, pepper, paprika and a touch of red pepper to taste. Just be sure to label clearly which is which to avoid a mix-up! While people will appreciate the added flavor, dogs won’t know the difference and don’t need the sodium and spice.