38 Reviews

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!

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Mille® May 04, 2002

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.

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Bogey'sMom April 22, 2002

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!

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Michelle S. November 14, 2002

I don't use anything for sticks. :)

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GinnyP November 05, 2002

My chocolate lab, Vinny, loved this!! Wait til it's completely frozen to serve... he didn't like it when it was half frozen.

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eza91804 October 28, 2002

Use the small round rawhides sticks as popsicle sticks for these treats if you make them dixie cup size.

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peleegal November 04, 2002

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!

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Koshka November 09, 2007

I made these yesterday for Sambuca, and now in the heatwave in NY, she is loving it! Thanks!

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seahorse73 June 29, 2003

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!

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Gingerbear April 27, 2003

My "pups" loved these. I used ice cube trays and fill 3 of them.

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Madson7 November 13, 2007
Tinker's Cuddy / Homemade Frosty Paws