I scream, you scream, we all scream for......Dog Ice Cream!
Well, maybe you don't scream for doggie ice cream, but your dog definitely does! Making your own ice cream for dogs is another great way to help keep your dog cool in the long hot summer months.
Mmm, My Own Ice Cream!
Of course, you should always provide shade and plenty of fresh cool water. But the same fresh water can get dull after awhile. An ice cube or two is a nice treat, but why not really surprise your dog with these two gourmet dog ice cream recipes.
These are great for your next dog party, too. Whip up a batch and freeze them in coordinating mini cupcake liners for a festive look.
Does your dog prefer meaty treats to sweet ones? Then you'll want to make our savory recipes for ice cream for dogs.
For more ideas review the tips for homemade frozen dog treats, too.
If you want a really special ice cream treat that will wow your guests at your next dog party, check out this tempting recipe:
Homemade cold dog treats will last about 2 months in the freezer. For more information regarding how to store homemade dog treats check out our tips and techniques.
No longer will you have to give into those puppy dog eyes waiting and wanting a lick from your ice cream cone. Now you can make some ice cream just for her!
Have you made this recipe? What was your experience? Did your dog gobble it up or take a polite sniff and walk away?
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Where can I find carob chips?
Where can you find carob chips? I want to make my little doggy some ice cream.
Chef's Answer ~ Besides purchasing them online, most health food stores ...