5 out of 5 dogs! My Norwegian Elkhound went (alnost literally) crazy, attacking it like a freshly killed rabbit or something - it was quite amusing to watch. So this one gets a thumbs up for the doggie taste factor, and another thumbs up for the human entertainment value!
Make that 4 out of 4 dogs, because my three loved this. I love to cook for my children without fur, so it's nice to find things I can fix for my fur-bearing children. Three year old Isaiah and one year old Ishmael were sleeping while I made this, so the baby dog, 6 month old Bogey, got to lick the bowl. He loved it not frozen, but the three of them had a frozen version this afternoon and it got a definite "paws up". Thanks for sharing.
My 2 black standard poodles, Emeril and Giovanni LOVE you for this. Me too! Sure beats driving to Dairy Queen to get them a baby cone!
I don't use anything for sticks. :)
My chocolate lab, Vinny, loved this!! Wait til it's completely frozen to serve... he didn't like it when it was half frozen.
Use the small round rawhides sticks as popsicle sticks for these treats if you make them dixie cup size.
I have been making these for my dogs for awhile and have another hint. My dogs will eat the paper cups so I freeze put the mixture in to different size muffin/cupcake pans and put those directly in to the freezer. When they are frozen I pop them right out with a butter knife and bag them in big ziplock baggies. When serving them I simply place the frosty paw in a coffee cup and let them eat it that way!
I made these yesterday for Sambuca, and now in the heatwave in NY, she is loving it! Thanks!
I made these for my dogs yesterday and they loved them. I just picked them up yesterday from getting neutered and felt that I should make them something good so that they would still like me. Great recipe! I even tasted the ingredients before I froze them and not bad :). Thank you for a great recipe. I will be making these again!
My "pups" loved these. I used ice cube trays and fill 3 of them.