Recipe: Slow Cooker Chicken, Rice and  Veges for Pomeranians. slow cooker dog food 1 kilo of minced chicken carcass (this is finely ground chicken which includes the bones) 1 cup of peeled and cubed pumpkin or sweet potato 3 cups of frozen green beans ½ cup of brown rice 2 tablespoons of coconut oil dog food If you Pomeranian is overweight double the amount of vegetables used and decrease the brown rice. Cook on high for about 8 hours in your slow cooker. Freeze in meal size portions while still hot. I added carrots in my slow cooker.

Next time I make this meal for my Pomeranians will not add carrots as a stick blender was required to blend the carrots into the food. Pumpkin or sweet potato blends in well with the meat and rice. Pomeranians enjoy pumpkin and this a really healthy vegetable for your Pom.

Do not be concerned about the small bones. Slow cooking will dissolve the small bones. By using  minced chicken carcass ( chicken mince which contains very fine bones ) you are able to feed this food to puppies under 12 months, pregnant girls and nursing moms.

dog food Stir occasionally and used no water, check while cooking and if required add a small amount of water.

Slow Cooker Beef & Vege & Pasta dog food 1.5 kg of mince beef, 2 large carrots diced, 1 large swede diced, 2 small sweet potato diced, 1/4 pumpkin diced, 1/2 cauliflower in florets and 2 cups of water on low for 6 hours. 1.5 cups of macaroni ( or any wholegrain pasta) added in the 6th hour and cook for one hour or two. Blend with a stick blender.  Freeze in meal size portions while still hot and thaw the day before when required.


 Cooking Time: 1 & 1/2 hours on high.

 Ingredients 2 eggs 1 cup mashed pumpkin 2 tablespoons of powder milk 2 & 1/2 cup plain flour 1/2 teaspoon of salt.

Instructions Mix altogether to get a dough type mixture, Lightly spray a mini patty pan tray, Spoon mixture into patty tray, Cook on high for 1 & 1/2 hours, tea towel under lid.


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