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Easy Freezy Pupsicles

Easy Freezy Pupsicles for this week’s Foodie Friday!!! I wanted to make something to help the rescue dogs cool down after their afternoon walk. Lastly, and most importantly, Coco thinks it is delish, we hope your pup will love it as well.

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Happy Foodie Friday!  I must admit that this recipe is not very inspiring or particularly clever.  So why am I posting it?  Well today is my birthday and I have decided its a good excuse to do as little as possible.  However, given the heat, I wanted to make something to help the rescue dogs cool down after their afternoon walk.  Lastly, and most importantly, Coco thinks it is delish!  So...

Happy Foodie Friday!  I must admit that this recipe is not very inspiring or particularly clever.  So why am I posting it?  Well today is my birthday and I have decided its a good excuse to do as little as possible.  However, given the heat, I wanted to make something to help the rescue dogs cool down after their afternoon walk.  Lastly, and most importantly, Coco thinks it is delish!  So here it is:

I purchased these popsicle molds at the dollar store they are really cute.  However, because I am feeding these popsicle to pups, I removed the colorful covers which are intended to work as holders as I am sure Romeo Big would be the first to crunch through the plastic.  So safety first, cute later.

 Great mold for making dog treats.

Ingredients:

1 1/2 cups of pumpkin puree (NOT pumpkin pie mix)

1 tbl spoon peanut butter

1 cup water (makes the the ice in the sicle)

2 pieces of Dog Pack Snacks Chicken Jerky cut into strips

 

Combine the first 3 ingredients and mix well.  Place one jerky strip into each section of the mold.  Spoon the mixture into the mold.  Make sure to overfill the mold just a bit so you will have something to grab to pull the pupsicles out as the Jerky is not sturdy enough.

 

Put the mold into the freezer for a few hours until your pupsicles are ready to serve.

 

I made some of the pupsicle with jerky and some without. Keep in mind that without the plastic sticks it is not easy to pull the pupsicles out.  I used a plastic knife to ‘invite’ them out of the mold.  When I made treats for the rescue dogs last week, I simply inserted a peeled and washed baby carrot into the mold and then poured homemade applesauce over the carrots and freeze.

 

 

There are so many variations for pupsicles.  Just search through your fridge and your pantry and create away.

How easy was that?  NOW GO COOK FOR YOUR DOG!

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Please note: These recipes are not ‘nutritionally complete’ as defined by the AAFCO.

 If your dog is new to home cooked meals/treats start slowly and consult your vet if your dog has any existing medical issues.

 

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