I know I have blogged many a time on how much I love The Honest Kitchen’s product called Ice Pups. Obviously the two easiest forms that I usually get my Ice Pups in is either as ice cubes (also known as “puppy-sorbet”) or a warm broth (very tasty on cold mornings) but there are other ways us pups can enjoy the poultry deliciousness that is Ice Pups.
- You can use Ice Pups in recipes like this Honest Kitchen recipe for Puppy Birthday Cake.
- Some people like to make crock-pot stews for their pups (something my not-related aunt Angelica likes to do). The dissolved Ice Pups makes a great broth for any crock-pot doggy stew! In fact I once had an incredibly chop licking one that had turkey, green beans, and of course, Ice Pups.
- During the summer, if you’re looking for a way to not only occupy your dog but to also keep them cool and hydrated, make a frozen treat ring. Dissolve a big batch of Ice Pups and pour it into a large pan (my mom likes to use bundt cake pans). Take a handful of treats that aren’t too easily dissolved (we’ve used Zuke’s Mini Naturals but you can also use pieces of baked chicken or other things your pup likes) and scatter them throughout the broth filled pan. After it’s frozen, you have a great treat that will keep your pooches occupied until every last nom is gone.
- Last but certainly not least, you can also use Ice Pups to hydrate your dog’s (or cat’s) Honest Kitchen food. While it takes the process a step further, the boosted taste just can’t be beat (trust me, I know these things).
I would love to know if there are any other great uses I may have missed, or any of your favorite recipes that include the use of Ice Pups! So please make sure you leave a comment.
Happy tail wags!