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Wordless Wednesday – A Very Muddy Murray
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Hey everyone – happy first day of summer to you all!
You may have noticed I do not have a set schedule for blog posts. I know there are some people who only post on certain days whether it is on their blog or YouTube channel but unless I get a lot of negative feedback about not having a schedule for blog posts I would like to avoid this for now. If anyone has any thoughts please leave a comment or send me an e-mail.
With that out of the way I would like to thank everyone who has been reading and following the blog – this morning when I signed on I was informed that I have gotten 50 likes! I hope you will keep checking back. The list of future blog posts grows daily and I am happy to take requests and suggestions! So again, thank you!
This morning over breakfast I was trying to decide on today’s blog post, that’s when Murray jumped up on the couch beside me and rested her head on my shoulder. Knowing that Murray will be a source of inspiration for many future blog posts I decided to do a “Meet Murray” post.
You will need:
- 1 cup of fat-free, plain yogurt
- 1/2 cup of natural peanut butter
- 1-2 ice cube trays
- Mixing bowl
Notice I said “1-2 ice cube trays”, I have made this recipe a couple of times now and I have never produced the exact same quantity. You can alter the quantities to meet your needs, just remember for every cup of yogurt you’ll need a half cup of peanut butter!
Combine the peanut butter and yogurt in your mixing bowl and mix thoroughly. I usually spend anywhere from two to five minutes mixing. Once you are satisfied with the mixture, use your spoon to scoop it into your ice cube tray(s). Then, pop the ice cube tray(s) into your freezer for about an hour.
After the hour is up, pop the cubes out of the ice cube tray and you can either put them directly into a freezer bag or a plastic container with a lid and put them back in the freezer or you may wish to cut them into halves or thirds first. True to her breed, our golden was a bit ‘piggy’ the first time she tried these treats (I had given her an entire cube) and I am convinced she experienced a ‘brain freeze’. Ever since I’ve been cutting mine into halves and thirds.
Store in the freezer!