Cookies on the Healthspan site
This is a great staple treat – and is certainly something to smile about.
Green tea is rich in compounds (polyphenols) that may inhibit the growth of oral bacteria, and so promote the health of teeth and gums. Mint contains natural anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties that help fight the bacteria in your dog's mouth that cause bad breath, while vanilla tastes yummy… and makes your whole house smell of cookies.
Recipe provides approximately 736 calories, 9g fat, 22g protein and 138g carbohydrates.
Kristina Johansen is a qualified canine dietary consultant. She advises on general canine nutrition and home-prepared diets, working closely with a wide variety of vets. In 2013 she set up Elmo's Kitchen, a special canine dietary consultancy which provides nutritional advice to dog owners. Find out more about Kristina Johansen.