Beware of Giving Sugar-Free Ice-Cream to Your Dog

Beware of Giving Sugar-Free Ice-Cream to Your Dog

This particular sugar-free ice-cream contains xylitol in it, which is toxic to your dog. Dessert Recipe Check out this delicious recipe idea incorporating sugar-free ice-cream. Xylitol Toxicity in Dogs While using this ice-cream is perfect in this recipe, it is not a food to share with your pet. Remember to check ingredients and be aware that human foods are not always pet-friendly. The sugar-free ice-cream used here has XYLITOL in it, which is extremely toxic in dogs. Summer = Ice-cream Summer is upon us. Kids are out and playing, the pools are full, and my dog, Jade, is watching out the window to see what is going on outside all day. As I write this, an ice-cream truck is playing music and driving close to the entrance to our building. 4th of July For our latest 4th of July celebration I wanted to use some delicious sugar-free ice-cream to make ice-cream sandwiches. I used Clemmy’s Sugar Free Vanilla Bean Ice-Cream (16  fl. oz) and cut right through the carton so that the ice-cream fit perfectly between the two cookies. Less Sugar in Diet I used sugar-free ice-cream so that the ice-cream sandwiches were not too sweet since it would already be in between the sweetened cookies. To further reduce sugar intake, a healthy cookie alternative can be used such as No Sugar Oatmeal Cookies.  Depicted above is the dough for cake mix cookies with food coloring. I followed the instructions for the cookies on the cake mix box and added red and blue food coloring for a hint of 4th of July inspiration. This is a fun and yummy recipe...
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