Pink Electrolyte Bites

Pink Electrolyte Bites

Electrolytes are minerals that have an electric charge and are found in blood, urine, body tissues, and other body fluids. Therefore, they are important to optimal health because they assist with water balance, pH balance, nutrient transport, waste removal, and ensures all body organs and muscles function properly.

Electrolytes are macro minerals that are found in all foods, which consist of calcium, phosphorous, potassium, magnesium, sodium, and chloride. They are considered essential nutrients that must be supplied in the diet because the body is unable to synthesize sufficient amounts.


Recipe Ingredients


Cottage Cheese


Coconut Water






Coconut Oil




Eggshell Powder

Pink Electrolyte Bites


For dogs with more than three hours of activity a day, especially in hot/humid climates, giving an electrolyte boost is beneficial. In times of high activity, a dog’s water intake increases as well as their need for electrolytes. A solution based remedy would be to dilute coconut water and homemade bone broth to add into their drinking water; this helps to increase the mineral intake in addition to the increase fluids.

Coconut water and bone broth lack fat and carbohydrates. In addition to the beneficial minerals, this Pink Electrolyte Bite recipe includes saturated fats and a moderate amount of carbohydrates to provide an energy boost.

    Shopping List

    • 11.11oz (315g) Cottage Cheese, 4% fat
    • 5.29oz (150g) Coconut Water
    • 3.5oz (100g) Raspberries
    • 1.76oz (50g) Almonds, raw, presoaked
    • 1oz (30g) Coconut Oil
    • 1 tbsp Honey, raw
    • 1/8 tsp Eggshell Powder

    Recipe Instructions

    Combine Ingredients


    Combine all ingredients into a blender and blend on high until it is thoroughly mixed and has a creamy texture.

    Portion & Freeze


    Pour mixture into ice cube trays or into silicone molds for portion sizes then freeze.

    Serve & Watch Your Dog Enjoy!


    The pink electrolyte bites are an ideal snack after activity. Once the dog’s heart rate has decreased to a normal pace, provide the blue electrolyte bites in the recommended feeding guidelines provided below:

    Small & Medium Breeds
    0.5oz (14g) – 1oz (28g)

    Large & XL Breeds
    1oz (28g) – 2oz (56g)

    Giant Breeds
    2oz(56g) – 3oz (85g)


    1000kcal / batch

    Water: 72.89%

    Protein: 7.20%

    Fat: 10.41%

    Carbohydrate: 8.45%

    Ash: 1.05%

    Supplemental Feeding Only

    This recipe is not a complete and balanced diet and it is intended to be fed intermittently as a treat. The blue electrolyte bites can be fed with a meal, throughout the day, or used as a Toppl/Kong stuffing.