Showing posts with label frozen. Show all posts
Showing posts with label frozen. Show all posts
Tuesday, 17 September 2019
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Frozen and Chilled Homemade Dog Treats

Frozen bone shaped dog treats marbled with carob in a bowl on a rustic wooden table

It's another special segment of our FAQs, Tips, and Troubleshooting topics, and this week we're sharing (and drooling) all about DIY dog treats! If you're looking for an easy place to start, frozen (or chilled) dog treats are some of the easiest treats to make. Here's an introduction to making frozen and chilled treats, safe treat storage, and a few handy tips and tricks.
Monday, 1 April 2019
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{RECIPE} Pretty Pastel Pupsicle Easter Dog Treats

A bowl of colourful frozen dog treats with pastel polka dot napkins and ribbon

Pupsicle season is nearing an end here, just as things start to warm up for our northern furfriends. This may be our last batch before chilly weather arrives. Boo! These simple treats were created as an add-in to our posting cycle to go along with our stained glass gummies which use similar natural add-ins for colour - but you'll have to wait until next week's post for the full details. Moohahha...


Monday, 11 March 2019
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{RECIPE} Bone Brothsicles Frozen Dog Treats

Bowl of frozen dog treats with bone broth and yogurt on a polka dot napkin

It's officially autumn here in NZ (although I'm hanging onto summer until the equinox!) and this past summer has been a scorcher! Perfect weather for cool yummy gummies and frozen treats. These brothsicles were created along with a batch of bone broth gummy treats (stay tuned for next week's post) when a batch of bone broth didn't set on its own for gelled storage and serving. It was a sizzling summer day, so instead of just freezing it into broth cubes, I decided to stretch it out with a broth ice cream treat and a batch of yummy gummies.
Monday, 25 June 2018
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{RECIPE} Puppermint Patty Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats

Bone shaped carob dog ice cream treats

Happy official first week of summer to our northern furfriends!  It's winter here (brrr...) but this is one of our very special prep-prepped and schedule posts for during the current moving chaos.  Puppermint patty frozen yogurt treats were one of the many frozen snacks made and eaten during our sizzling summer past. Yummy yogurt pops, happy dogs, and minty fresh(er) breath. Yes, please!

Monday, 4 June 2018
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{RECIPE} Apple Pie Pupsicle Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats

Bowl of bone shaped frozen yogurt dog treats on a blue table

These easy three-ingredient apple pie frozen yogurt dog treats are doggone delicious!  It's not pupsicle weather here at the moment (brrr....winter!), but the blog dogs have been busy for months pre-prepping and taste testing (such a difficult duty!) treats so that we can keep the blog active through the chaos of moving prep, relocation, and settling into a new home.  And June is Dairy Month, so we're kicking off with a yummy yogurt treat. These frozen treats were a summertime hit at our place and are super simple to make! Soak up some sunshine for us, nothern furfriends!

Monday, 17 July 2017
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{RECIPE} Golden Milk Puppy Popsicle Frozen Dog Treats

Coconut milk and turmeric dog treats frozen in heart shapes

It is more winter blanket than ice pop weather in our part of the world right now, but I've had this post pre-prepped and waiting to share with our summer friends for a cool treat idea.  These frozen treats combine the key elements of golden milk (without the human sweeteners) into a frosty ice pop.  By layering the treats, the milky top/bottom buffers the turmeric middle layer for easier (less messy) handling and feeding; however, it's super simple to adapt and just combine all of the ingredients instead of a three-part layered process, if you prefer a quicker easier treat.

Tuesday, 13 December 2016
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{RECIPE} Golden Gummy Stars + Coconut Oil Snowmen

DIY turmeric gummy Christmas dog treats shaped like golden stars

These golden gummy star treats are ridiculous easy to make, healthy, and our dogs are wild for them. What's not to love? We'll definitely be making these again!  This treat is a very simple twist on my chicken stock gummies, using turmeric to infuse the gummies with a lovely natural golden colour (and extra healthy goodness).  Flecks in the mixture naturally settle during setting to create golden topped stars on a jiggly translucent gold base. If you usually supplement with a turmeric and coconut oil combo, why not whip up an easy coconut oil treat to go with your gummies? All those lovely snowmen, snowflakes, and other festive wintry shapes are perfect for a bright white frozen coconut oil treat.  We gave our snowmen little carob top hats, just for fun and added flavour.

Wednesday, 30 November 2016
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{RECIPE} Easy Neapolitan Frozen Yogurt Summer Dog Treats

Homemade layered Neapolitan (strawberry, carob, plain) frozen yogurt dog treats

Tomorrow is the first official day of summer here (although it feels more like hot chocolate weather today), and we're sneaking in a quick and cool summer treat to celebrate. We'll be back tomorrow to begin our December Barkmas Bonanza with a Christmas post every weekday until we begin our holidays. Woofs!

Monday, 8 February 2016
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{RECIPE} Strawberry & Carob Frozen Yogurt Treats

Homemade carob frozen yogurt heart shaped dog treats

It isn't our usual Wednesday recipe day, but with the recent hot weather here, we added a quick and easy extra to the post plan for any other hot dogs sizzling through summer (sorry to those of you freezing your fur off in the Northern Hemisphere!).  Made in the same style as our easy ice pop star dog treats, you (or the kids) can make these easy homemade frozen yogurt dog treats in just a minute or two, plus freezing time. Fresh and fruity or chocolatey carob? Choices choices!  Why not both?

Thursday, 2 July 2015
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{RECIPE} Fourth of July Ice Pop Dog Treats

Saturday will be the Fourth of July / Independence Day, so we thought that we would share an easy summer dog treat recipe for our American readers. These simple ice pops are a fun little summer time treat for your canine companions - perfect for cooling down during the dog days of summer!
 
Homemade fruit and frozen yogurt dog treats shaped like stars