Cabana's Kibblesicles Recipe

Famous blogger and renowned author, Tall Guy from Daily Dose of Jack, is putting together a canine recipe book to be sold on Amazon. All proceeds will be donated to a "worthy cause", which I'm sure does not refer to Jack's toy and treat allowance. My recipe is one I shared a while ago, but with summer just around the corner, I think it's a timely one. Not only that, it's easy and just about the only dog treat recipe I've ever made.

• a couple of ice cube trays (mine are colorful ones in fun shapes from Ikea, but any old ice cube tray will do
• kibble or small treats (I'm using Itty Bitty Buddy Biscuits just because they're cute)
• plain or vanilla yogurt (non-fat, low-fat, or whole milk is fine)
• broth (chicken, beef or vegetable, your choice)
• a mixing bowl and spoon

WHAT YOU DO: Put a few pieces of kibble or a treat in each receptacle.

Mix together equal amounts of yogurt and broth until smooth.

Carefully pour yogurt/broth mixture into the ice cube trays.

Even more carefully, freeze ice cube trays on a level spot. Toaster Strudel boxes make a great platform for freezing. (It's suddenly quite embarrassing to show the world what's in my freezer!)

When kibblesicles are frozen, take them out of the tray and serve to your favorite dog, poolside if possible. Mmmmm, Cabana loves them. (But I gave her 4 of them in quick succession so I could get a few photos--and she barfed them up a few minutes later. She got a tummy freeze instead of a brain freeze maybe? So don't do that with your dog. Normally, I only give her one at a time, which doesn't make her barf.)

If you have a recipe you'd like to contribute for the book, click here for more information.

Min  – (May 21, 2011 at 7:13 PM)  

Just FYI, I've found boxes of those Cloud Star treats at Big Lots for cheap!

Jacks  – (May 21, 2011 at 7:31 PM)  

Thank you so much!! You're right. None of the proceeds go to Jack (or Jack's toys). When I get enough recipes, I'll put a call out on the blog and everyone can decide which charity/cause to send the money to!

Jacks  – (May 21, 2011 at 7:31 PM)  

Oh, and thank you for the shout-out. I'm still looking for extra recipes.

Kari in WeHo  – (May 21, 2011 at 8:06 PM)  



Becky  – (May 22, 2011 at 10:07 AM)  

Wow. Those sound easy. We are planning Cricket's 6-year birthday party and that may just be one of our treats. Sounds like a great cause, too. Thanks. Love the toaster strudels - one of Natalie's favorites and so brings back great memoriess :).

Amber-Mae  – (May 22, 2011 at 11:06 PM)  

MMMM those look delicious! Hoomie Melissa used to make those for us. She called it Frosty Paws. HMM maybe Cabana didn't chew them properly & the kibble in the kibblesicles irritated her throat & maybe that's why she barfed it all up.

Tessa99999  – (May 27, 2011 at 12:58 PM)  

Awesome! I've never made Addie anything like this but it's brilliant! A nice refreshing treat for some of our awfully hot and humid South Carolina days!

P.S. There's a peanut butter dog biscuit recipe that is like the 2nd post of Doggy Hell and Back that you might like if you like baking. (Also it makes and AWESOME and CHEAP gift for doggy friends. I did it for Christmas one year.)

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