Blueberry Dog Pupsicles

Blueberry Dog Pupsicles

Posted by on Jul 24, 2017 in diy, recipes |

Small and juicy, blueberries fit perfectly into these Pro Bloom frozen dog treats. July is National Blueberry Month, so we’re celebrating with a frozen treat that features this pint-size fruit. With just three ingredients, chances are you already have most of what you need in your kitchen. And if you can’t find fresh blueberries, frozen blueberries will work just as well. Blueberry Dog Pupsicles   Print Recipe Ingredients 1 cup blueberries1 tablespoon The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom1 cup plain yogurt Instructions Add blueberries, yogurt, and Pro Bloom to blender and blend for 1 minute.Pour into molds and place in freezer.Let freeze overnight.To remove from molds, run under hot water for 20 seconds and pop them out. Recipe Notes Silicone molds tend to spill when filled with liquid. To avoid the mess, put the molds on a cookie tray before pouring the mixture. Place cookie tray with molds in the...

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Blooming Coconut Frozen Treats

Blooming Coconut Frozen Treats

Posted by on Feb 8, 2017 in diy, recipes |

All you need is four ingredients to make these easy frozen dog treats! This winter, your dog needs to chill out…with these Blooming Coconut Frozen Treats! Your dog’s skin may get dry in the colder weather, so a boost of coconut oil will help keep him from scratching up a snow storm. As well, coconut oil helps aid your pets’ digestion—a perfect partner for The Honest Kitchen’s Pro Bloom supplement. Blooming Coconut Frozen Treats   Print Recipe Ingredients 1 cup coconut oil1 cup peanut butter1 tablespoon The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom1 teaspoon cinnamon Instructions Add all ingredients into a small pot on stove. Set on low heat.Stir until melted and combined, and then remove from heat.Spoon or slowly pour mixture into silicone baking trays and place in freezer overnight.Pop treats out of the molds and place in sealed container for future use. Recipe Notes Make sure the peanut butter you’re using is dog friendly – check the label to ensure it doesn’t contain...

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Pumpkin Molasses Dog Treats

Pumpkin Molasses Dog Treats

Posted by on Jan 25, 2017 in diy, recipes |

Don’t let the cold weather keep your dog from enjoying these gluten-free treats! Winter time is a perfect excuse to break out a few new recipes for the pooches in your house. Our Pumpkin Molasses homemade dog treats are not only easy to make, but might tempt you to sneak a bite! In moderation, molasses is a wonderful sweetener that’s perfect for use in dog treats. In fact, molasses contains vitamin-B6, copper, iron, calcium, potassium, and other beneficial minerals. And for a digestive boost, we’ve added Pro Bloom and pumpkin puree to the mix. Pumpkin Molasses Dog Treats   Print Recipe Ingredients 2 1/2 cups gluten-free flour1 tablespoon The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom1/2 cup pumpkin puree1 egg4 tablespoons molasses1 teaspoon cinnamon1 tablespoons vegetable oil4 tablespoons water1/4 teaspoon baking soda1/4 teaspoon Baking powder Instructions Preheat oven to 350°F. Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.In a large bowl, blend the egg, pumpkin, molasses, vegetable oil, and water together.Add the gluten free flour, Pro Bloom, cinnamon, baking soda, and baking powder into the wet mixture, and stir until a soft dough forms.Scoop dough by teaspoon and roll into balls.Place balls on cookie sheets and flatten with a fork. Bake for 25 minutes.Remove from oven and let cool to room temperature.Store in fridge or freezer in airtight container. Recipe Notes If the fork sticks to the dough while pressing, spray with non-stick...

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Very Berry Smoothie for Dogs

Very Berry Smoothie for Dogs

Posted by on Aug 3, 2016 in diy, recipes | 0 comments

Let the sweetness of berries help quench your dog’s thirst this summer. It seems like the popularity of the smoothie has never been stronger. There’s a trendy juice bar at the corner of every busy intersection in the city. They sure taste good, and they can pack a punch of protein and energy in every sip. That’s what we were thinking with the Very Berry Smoothie for Dogs. Featuring a bounty of summer delights (strawberries and blueberries), plain yogurt and The Honest Kitchen’s Pro Bloom, this cool drink will have your dog panting for more! Very Berry Smoothie for Dogs   Print Recipe Ingredients 1/2 cup strawberries fresh or frozen1/2 cup blueberries fresh or frozen1/2 tablespoon The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom dry powder1/2 cup plain yogurt Instructions Cut strawberries into halves and/or quarters. This will make it easier for the blender to puree the berries. Add strawberries, blueberries, Pro Bloom dry powder and plain yogurt into a blender.Blend the ingredients until a thick liquid is formed.Pour into your dog’s bowl and let him lap it up! Recipe Notes Depending on the availability, you can use fresh or frozen strawberries and blueberries. Just let them defrost a bit and throw them in the blend for a super chill...

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Frozen Berry Treat Recipe

Frozen Berry Treat Recipe

Posted by on Jun 24, 2015 in diy, recipes | 0 comments

During the sweltering days of summer, give your dog a treat that’s totally cool. It’s too hot to cook. But your pooch is panting for a cool treat. What’s a pet parent to do? For easy and healthy treats you can pull together in a matter of minutes, try our Frozen Berry Treat recipe. Just mix, pour and freeze—it doesn’t get much easier than that. And you can substitute your dog’s favorite summer fruit into the mix—try it with strawberries or watermelon, as long as the fruit is safe for your pooch. And the added benefit of Pro Bloom offers a boost of live culture probiotics and digestive enzymes. Frozen Berry Treat Recipe   Print Recipe Ingredients 1 cup assorted berries frozen or fresh1 cup yogurt plain1 tablespoon Honey (optional)1 tablespoon The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom Instructions Add assorted berries, yogurt, Pro Bloom and honey to blender. Puree until smooth.Pour in ice cube trays and cover with plastic wrap or bags to avoid spills. Leave overnight to freeze.Take trays out of freezer, let sit out for 2 minutes and remove from tray to serve. Recipe Notes This recipe uses The Honest Kitchen ProBloom Dehydrated Goats Milk. If you want to make fun frozen shapes for your pooch, you can buy cool silicone molds in a variety of styles. They work just as well as ice cube trays and it's easier to pop the frozen treats out of the...

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Recipe: Grain-Free Banana Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Recipe: Grain-Free Banana Peanut Butter Dog Treats

Posted by on May 6, 2015 in diy, recipes | 0 comments

Skip the grain and go right for the good stuff with a treat that’s grain-free and packed with plenty of nom-noms! Going grain-free isn’t easy. Although there are a larger variety of grain-free food items available on the market, it can be hard to find treats that agree with your dog’s tummy. That’s why you should give this Banana Peanut Butter Grain-Free Dog Treat Recipe a go. Not only is it grain-free, but I’ve also added The Honest Kitchen’s Pro Bloom into the mix, which is packed with live culture probiotics and digestive enzymes. Grain-Free Banana Peanut Butter Dog Treat Recipe   Print Recipe Going grain free isn't easy! But this treat is a delicious way to treat your pup without upsetting their stomach. Ingredients 2 cups coconut flour1/8 cup flaxseed meal1/2 cup quinoa flour1/2 teaspoon cinnamon2 tablespoons The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom2 ripe bananas1/4 cup peanut butter2 tablespoons vegetable oil3 eggs1/4 cup water Instructions Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Line cookie sheets with parchment paper.In a large bowl, mix the dry ingredients (flour, flaxseed, Pro Bloom and cinnamon). Set aside.In a smaller bowl, mix the bananas, peanut butter, vegetable oil, water and eggs until well combined.Mix the wet ingredients slowly into the dry ingredients until combined. The dough will be crumbly, but moist.Using your hands, scoop out the mixture and pack together into a fist shaped ball. On a long piece of parchment paper (about the length of your cutting board), place the ball of dough in the middle of the paper. Fold one-half of the parchment paper over the ball (make sure it's completely covered). Using your rolling pin, gently roll out the ball to ¼ thickness. Use a cookie cutter to press out shapes and place on cookie sheet.Bake for 20-25 minutes. Remove treats from oven and place on a cooling rack. Keep them in an air tight container and store in refrigerator or freezer. Recipe Notes If this is your first time making grain-free treats, you'll notice how the dough doesn't hold together like dough using regular flour. That's because the gluten is the bonding agent in the dough, and there's none in this recipe. Don't worry—just follow the directions below to craft the perfect grain-free dog...

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