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Beef Crunch Dog Treat Recipe

Frozen Beef Crunch Dog Treat Recipe -

Let’s face it, it’s hot out and the last thing I (or most likely, you) want to do is hang out in the kitchen. I have been somewhat, for lack of a better word, lazy about cooking for myself let alone Lola and Rio. But this weekend was different. Okay, somewhat.

I whipped out some beef stock (could also use a beef bouillon cube), water, and crushed up treats to pull these together.

Meet the easiest dog treats you’ll ever make.

Frozen Beef Crunch Dog Treat Recipe -

Though my taste-testers wouldn’t know the difference if I told them they took me hours to make. So…here’s the detailed directions:

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Simple Frozen Beef Stock Dog Treats with Surprise Pieces of Treats in the Center!
Serves: 12
  • 1 cup beef stock (or 1 Beef Bouillon Cube + 8 oz water, warm)
  • ¼ cup crushed dog treats
  1. Dissolve beef bouillon cube in warm water.
  2. Pour into ice cube trays.
  3. Sprinkle with crushed dog treats.
  4. Freeze until solid and serve!

Frozen Beef Crunch Dog Treat Recipe -

You could totally use a normal ice cube tray – but why, when Kong makes this super cute one?

Frozen Beef Crunch Dog Treat Recipe -

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Sarah Lukemire

Sarah Lukemire

Fur mom to Lola & Rio, free-spirited personality, coffee addict. Blogging to create positive awareness for pit bull type dogs. Committed to creating a world in which all dogs are treated fairly and equally. Read more >>


  1. July 25, 2015 at 10:27 pm — Reply

    This looks great! I’ve always wanted to incorporate dog treats into a frozen treat. Very Cool!

    • July 26, 2015 at 9:12 pm — Reply

      Thanks, Kimberly! They were certainly enjoyed ;).

  2. anne m. rivet-bohling
    August 2, 2015 at 3:30 pm — Reply

    I just love trying these recipes on my 11 dogs. Thank you

  3. deb p.
    January 16, 2016 at 1:10 pm — Reply

    I would be anxious about the exceptionally high sodium level in bullion, I am going to try these with salt free beef stock. Sounds like a winning idea, thanks!

    • Alan Ki g
      July 29, 2016 at 5:40 pm — Reply

      U can make a chicken broth minus onions and garlic using left over chicken bones from dinner and there will be no sodium at all

  4. lesa
    December 9, 2018 at 8:35 am — Reply

    Where did you get the ice cube tray ?

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