Pressure Cooker Beef Stew Recipe For Your Dog

Pressure Cooker Beef Stew Recipe For Your Dog

Wow, winter is almost here! We plan to get out and skate skiing this season. My husband and I are committed to figure it out and get to the other side of the mountains and ski…with our dogs. Our dogs, you ask? Aren’t they small? Yup! This last weekend my husband emerged from the basement asking, “did you want me to save these old skis for your crazy dog igloo idea?”

Sounds weird doesn’t it? It’s not really. Think cross between a styrofoam cooler and a big version of a 1980’s Leggs Pantyhose container….but on skis, with a hole in the top so my dog can stick his head out while I happily ski and pull him behind me in his cool contraption! Every year I try to talk my husband into making a little egg-shaped, insulated igloo that sits on skis…my plan? To take my dogs with us when we go skiing! I know, you can say it – bee-rilliant! My husband says I’m daft in the head for having the idea. Whenever we talk about my dog ski-igloo contraption, my husband stares at me with a bit of a twisted smile and says, “so you really think that will work, do ya?”

Yes I do! Clearly he does not. Some day though…. I will make my dog ski-igloo thingy, as God is my witness! Seriously though, I hope God isn’t looking too closely at me… I may have to clean up my language some.

While my dog ski-igloo thingy may be years in the making, here’s what I do vow to make for our pups this year. You can make it too, all you need is a pressure cooker and love!

Homemade Pressure Cooker Beef Stew For Your Dog Recipe #DIY, from Rebecca Sanchez, The Pet Lifestyle Guru at MattieDogPressure Cooker Beef Stew Recipe – for Your Dog

Times vary depending on your pressure cooker  (we love this one from Fagor Pressure Cooker ). Clean and chop all veggies and fruit to same thickness. Cut beef in to small, appropriate bite sized pieces. Place everything, minus the kale and the supplements (last 3 ingredients), in the crock pot and cook according to maker’s directions (ours is about three minutes). Use this time to de-stem, clean and chop the kale – and when the other items are cooked, carefully release the pressure and place the chopped up kale on top and seal everything back up and let it set for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes is up, viola – you are heretofore known as “Julia Childs to your dogs!” Pretty swanky title, eh? Dole out meal size portions into glass containers and seal tight, and feed within two days. When you’re ready to serve your pup, just top with optional items and Flora 7 Sources Oil and mix all together – and add pre/probiotics too if you typically include in your pup’s meals. This recipe feeds our four little dogs for two meals.

*Substitute: Organic Free Trade Coconut

We often cook for our dogs, it really satisfies us to know that we are serving our pups healthy and nutritious meals – and we feel it expands our human-animal bond with them! Here’s a little video of me doling out the second serving for our dogs – all of the oil and yeast is already mixed in. It’s just a fun little clip, mostly to drive my dogs bananas while they sat at my feet staring up at me while I prepared their food.

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We plan to share more of our cooking for your dog recipes in the next couple of months. Some segments we have planned include Alaskan Wild King Salmon and some fabulous produce from Pike Place Market – we’ll even bring our cameras down to the market and talk to some of the lovely people who work there. So if there is something you’d like to see, drop us a line and we’ll try to include it. Oh and wish me luck with my dog ski-igloo thingy – maybe I should go on Shark Tank and tell them about it…they seem like visionaries!

Until then, take care and keep lovin’ your pet!

Rebecca Sanchez, The Pet Lifestyle Guru at MattieDog

 

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26 Comments

  1. This is an awesome recipe and I know my dog Onyx would love. I havent really thought about making food for him but you make it sound so yummy, I might have to try it. He does get some “human” food when the kids feed him

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    • Yes, you have to try it – and if it’s nice and healthy and good enough for humans too then it’s an easy peasy nice wholesome thing!

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  2. This is awesome! I bet my dog would love this!

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  3. This sounds like such a good meal for a pup! It’s great to cook them homemade meals because you know exactly what’s going into the food they’re eating. I’ve always wanted to go to the Pike Place Market but I have yet to get to the west coast. One day!
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    • Exactly – and yes, you should come to the West coast! Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. My dogs would go nuts for this stew! Thanks for sharing your recipe.
    Love & Biscuits,
    Dogs Luv Us and We Luv Them

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    • You are so welcome – I hope your dogs love the recipe(s)!

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  5. Great recipe and liked the video, too. Somehow things seem less daunting when you can see it in action.

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  6. That sounds delish! Thank you for sharing. I’ve never owned a pressure cooker before, but keep looking at them in the stores.

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  7. Yum yum yum. Dexter would love this. I’ve never used a pressure cooker, just crock pot or meatloafs. Hmmm 🙂

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  8. Oh my doG, that looks yummy and something I might want to eat!

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  9. I think your dogs must be the luckiest dogs in the world! What a wonderful recipe.

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  10. I’m thinking this recipe sounds like a good idea for my dinner tonight! I bet your dogs are licking their lips with this recipe.

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  11. We get our raw ready processed by a little local company, it means Mum doesn’t need to deal with the meat (yes she is a wimp). Still Dusty Cat likes his home made stuff os we all get to share it from time to time!

    This made Mum’s mouth water, let alone any pup she might cook for MOL!!!!
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  12. Oh my dog I LOVE your igloo idea. As Shasta is aging, he isn’t going to be able to do as much walking in the snow while we snowshoe and this would be PAWfect! Also, fun and great sounding recipe!

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  13. we cook for Monte so this is great! we shall try it out!

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  14. I cook for Layla all the time using my slow cooker 🙂 I alternate between Turkey and Beef and then mix in Grandma Lucy’s Artisan Mix which is dehydrated veggies, fruits etc and no protein as it is designed for you to add the protein you want, so its flexible
    Thanks for your recipe though as I am always looking to change a bit

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  15. OOOH I can picture it now. A warm fire, the snow falling, and a homemade stew on the stove for the dog. Yummy!

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  16. I’ve never seen a dog figure out how to break into a pressure cooker, but I am absolutely sure if I made this I would see it within a few minutes! Great recipe!

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  17. This does sound yummy! I am sure Ruby would love it.

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  18. First, LOVE the igloo idea! Second, do you think the recipe would work in a crock pot? I’m pretty sure my crew would go crazy for that stew! Third, if your people food is as delicious as your dog food recipes seem to be, what time should I be over for dinner? 😉
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  19. I want one of your dog igloos when you make it. Also that beef stew sounds tasty. I like Pike Place but the parking!

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  20. Pressure cookers terrify me, but my husband is a fan so I’ll let him try this recipe out for the pups. I’m sure they’d love it!

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  21. I’m a little afraid of pressure cookers, but this does sounds like a great recipe.

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  22. That sure looks yummy i always fed my Prince beef cooked in a pressure cooker. Will definitely try this for a pooch that loves his beef

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