Eggcellent Easter Egg for your dog!
You will need:
• An Easter egg mould (2 moulds for either side of the egg), they are easily available online or in shops
• Goats yoghurt or water based filling - get creative we used a variety of mixtures to make different colours like yoghurt and spirulina, almond butter, turmeric, beetroot juice and water. You can also add chia seeds or bee pollen for decoration
• Natural Instinct Complete Raw Food
• A ball wrapped in cling film, or a shape that fits inside you egg mould
• Begin by making sure the Easter egg mould you choose is suitable for your size of dog
• Mix up a bowl of yoghurt and water - 2/3rds yoghurt to 1/3rd water. If you want to get creative with different colours then add extra ingredients at ½ a tsp e.g. turmeric for a yellow coloured egg, spirulina for blue, beetroot or cranberry powder for pink!
• Take a plastic ball or tennis ball wrapped in cling film (or we have found plastic containers that hold avocados very useful!)
• Place the ball into the mixture inside the egg filled mould until the yoghurt fills the mould completely
• If you don’t have an object to make an insert don’t panic just fill both moulds and your Easter egg will just be more of a sandwich!
• Pop into the freezer for a few hours or overnight
• Remove from the freezer and remove the insert/ ball from each half of the egg moulds
• Fill the space left by the insert with Natural Instinct raw food, or if you didn’t use an insert spread a layer of food on one half of the egg, then stick each half of the egg together
• And hey presto an Easter egg for your dog!