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Pumpkin Pooch Pops

Pumpkin makes a healthy treat for dogs. It's thought to be good for healthy coats, teeth and digestion.

This is a really great way of re-using your carved pumpkin. Freezing it is a good way to ensure you have pumpkin treats throughout the year.

What You Need

  • 1 pumpkin

  • Roasting dish

  • Chicken stock (low salt)

  • Blender

  • Knife

  • ice-cube tray


  1. Pre-heat your oven to 170oc

  2. Find your pumpkin

  3. Carefully chop up your left over pumpkin into wedges

  4. Place on the roasting tray and roast for around 40mins

  5. Once roasted and soft leave to cool

  6. Place in the blender with a little chicken stock

  7. Blitz till smooth

  8. Place in ice cube trays (I like the long cube trays from Ikea) and freeze

  9. Once frozen pop out the tray and put in a freezer bag

  10. When you want to use them just get one out in the morning, place onto of your normal dog food and allow to defrost...tasty pooch dinner!

We also give these to our dogs frozen in the summer. To serve, run them under a little water first so they're not too cold.

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