Check out my review of Puppy Cakes cakes mixes to make either a cake or pupcakes! As well as my review of their Carob Chip Cookie Mix!
Along with the Carob Chip Cookies, I was sent Puppy Scoops Ice Cream vanilla flavor to review. I was really excited to make this because Ninja is a huge fan of frozen yogurt and I knew he would love ice cream just as much. He has had it once before, he got a free tiny scoop of vanilla ice cream at Dairy Queen. However, when we gave him fro-yo from a store -- he vomited so we have stuck to things I make for him. So I am glad there is a dog-friendly ice cream I can make at home!
The first thing I noticed about the ice cream is it smelled amazing. And that says a lot because I am a huge chocolate person (though if the vanilla smelled this good can you imagine how the carob smells?) ... but yes smelled so good! Puppy Scoops comes in 4 different flavors: Vanilla, Peanut Butter, Maple Bacon and Carob as well. I am definitely going to try all these flavors out for Ninja. Perfect summer time treat to cool off after coming home from the dog park. The ice cream lasted for 5 days. Each day I gave Ninja 2 generous spoon fulls.
I tried to distract Ninja with toys but he soon got bored but was a sweet boy and waited patiently while I made the ice cream. The ice cream pint comes with a baggie full of powder. Just dump the powder out in the container and add 2/3 cup hot water and stir. Even after stirring you will have little clumps, but that is okay! Freeze for at least 5 hours and voila -- you got yourself some ice cream.
Here is a list of Puppy Cake products you may also want to check out:
- Wheat-Free Peanut Butter Cake Mix
- Wheat- Free Red Velvet Cake Mix
- Banana Cake Mix
- Carob Cake Mix
- Wheat-Free Pumpkin Cake Mix
- Carob Chip Cookie Mix
- Holiday Cookie Mix "Sugar" Cookies
- Puppy Scoops Ice Cream Mix (4 different flavors)
- Puppy Chillerz "Jello" for dogs
- Puptato Sweet Potato Chips