Sunday, March 15, 2009

Banana Bones

I am way overdue for another edition of Kat's Crazy Kitchen. Back when I announced the Kat's Crazy Kitchen feature, Mya of The Painter Pack asked me if I could feature a recipe with three ingredients or less because as Mya put it, "so my cooking challenged mommy can do it". Well, Mya, I've got a super simple recipe for you today. My mom first got the idea from Khyra, just to give credit where credit is due.

Here's what you do. First get some bananas that are past the point where your human wants to eat them. That means that they are at the perfect point of mushiness.
Then get your masher and mash up the mushy bananas.
Next get some plain non-fat yogurt and put a couple spoonfuls into the bowl.
Stir the banana and the yogurt up. Now get your bones ready. Mom lines them up in a bowl like this.
Scoop out the banana mixture and fill up your bones.
Next have your humans put the bones in the freezer and let them get completely frozen, then it's time for you to enjoy them!

You can even do variations of this recipe. Sometimes my mom puts the mixture in our kongs instead of bones. Or sometimes she uses pumpkin instead of yogurt. So you can do whatever you think sounds tasty.

Just don't forget the best part, cleaning out the containers so they can go into the recycling bin.



NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With KhattleDog! said...


Woo khan also mix some peanut butter into the bananayogurtgoo too!

Tank woo fur the shout out!


♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Darn it - that Khyra beat us again - yes, add some peanut butter. Maybe even some cream cheese or cottage cheese.

They look very tasty and it's a great way to use up those bananas that Mom thinks are disgusting.

Tail wags, the OP Pack

the magic sleigh said...

Yumm! I have to make Mom try that one!
We always have those left over bananas!
-Kira and Scampi

Amber and Nala said...

WOWZERS! You two are soooo lucky....I think my Mom needs to make these for me asap!! Enjoy the yogurt containers!


D.K. Wall said...

Sounds awesome. Thanks for the recipe.

(Did you get your snooter stuck in the container?

The Army of Four said...

Mmmmm...... that looks soooooo incredible!

Teddy Westlife said...

I have never tried bananas but I think I should now.

Huffle Mawson

Simcha said...

Mmmmm another snack of creamy gobbly goodness! You should write your own cookbook.

Princess Eva and Brice said...

That sounds easy enough that our Dad could make them.

But we'd have better luck asking Momma.

Princess Eva

Jack & Moo said...

Thanks Kat, that sounds tasty!

Woos & a-roos,

Princess Patches said...

Wow, Kat! That sounds super yummy! We'll have to make our mom do that for us!

Poppy, Penny & Patches

Moco said...

We are so ready for this treat. Yummy!

Anonymous said...

Hey Kat,
That recipe is even easy enough that we think Shiloh could handle it; maybe even ou dad if he isn't havin a dysletic day. Thanks.

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the many Bs said...

thanks for that recipe. our mom is cooking challenged too.


♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Be sure to visit our blog tomorrow, Steve and Kat, we have something for you.

Tail wags, the OP Pack

Kathryn and Ari said...

mmmmm. . . bonecicles! We love them here--especially with canned pumpkin. Thanks, Kat!