DIY FeedMyPaws Recipe: Homemade Cream Cheese for dogs!

Hi everyone!
Today I've got a really simple 2 ingredient homemade cream cheese recipe! Most of you who have probably already have these two ingredients at home :)
For this recipe, it's important that you use WHOLE MILK (or full fat milk as it's called in some countries), because you need that fat to get creamy cheese. It isn't going to work with low fat, or skim milk. I was very interested in getting goat's milk to try this recipe out but couldn't find any fresh goat's milk near where I live :( If anyone tries this with fresh goat's milk, do let me know how it turns out!
So, what can you use this cream cheese for? Here's some yummy ideas! :)
  • As a filling for tarts (as you'll hear me mention in the video, I'm doing a collaboration with Pets Magazine for our Singapore's 51st birthday, and you'll find a strawberry and cheese tart recipe in their upcoming August/September issue! This is the PERFECT filling for that!)
  • As a frosting for birthday cakes
  • As a party dip 
  • To make cookies or cheese cakes
  • Or, add some frozen strawberries, banana, or blueberries and get a delicious, creamy dessert!

Okay, on to the ingredients!

This yields 20g of Cream Cheese (yes, it's very little, haha.)

  • 1/2 cup whole milk
  • 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar

Yep, that's all. Haha! You can double, triple, or make ten times this portion if you like! It can be kept for up to a week in the fridge :)

Oh yes, for those of you who have a cheese cloth, you can go ahead and use that instead of a sieve. Also, if you have a food processor, you can use that to whip up your cream cheese, instead of using the method I did (whisking the cream cheese and pushing it through the sieve). Check out the tutorial below :)

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  • Hi Silvnote! Thank you so much! Yes the really liquid part was discarded and the second round was me pushing the cheese through the sieve :) Sorry for the confusion!!

    Crystle/Feed My Paws
  • Hi Crystle, love your posts so much! I’ll be trying out a few of the reallllyy simple recipes for my furbaby, just wondering for this particular one, you mentioned to keep the solids and discard the liquids, but the part you fed Skotch is.. the liquid part? Or you already discarded the 1st round of really liquid part that went through the sieve, just that it wasn’t shown?
    P/S Hope you’re having a good break and TIA!


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