Broccoli Pops

Mar 26, 2021 | Pets, Treat Recipes

Happy Friday everyone!  Happy “Friday Treats Friday”!  We have an incredibly easy treat for you today called Broccoli Pops :-). Made of beef broth, gelatin, and fresh broccoli.  Healthy, fun, cold, and crunch all wrapped into one small treat.  And as always, they are lab tested, doggie approved! I have a hard time getting Jake and Maggie to eat broccoli. Actually, they hate it.  They play with it leaving little green pieces everywhere and walk away.  ha ha. If you have pups like mine, then this is one treat you need to make.  The beef broth gelatin mixture hides the flavor and texture of the broccoli and freezing them makes for a fun treat to eat!
 
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It’s been a busy month for Two Adorable Labs so making something quick but healthy is what we are striving for.  I can’t believe it’s the end of March already.  Are you getting ready for spring?  I am so ready for this beautiful weather and setting up our porch and patio!  Everything is set up and waiting for me to clean before we can actually enjoy it.  I’m still in the month of March so I’m allowed to talk about all things “green” :-). I bought Jake and Maggie these toys at TJMaxx and while I set up the patio and these broccoli pops were setting up, they enjoyed a game of Tug-of-War in the yard!
If you are looking for cute but reasonably priced pet toys around the holidays, check out TJMaxx!  I found these for $3.99 a piece!
 
 
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This recipe is so simple that I don’t think I even need a recipe card!  By the way, how do you guys like my recipe cards?  Are they helpful?  Do you need more instructions and notes?  Remember you can print them or save them to Pinterest!  

Ingredients:
1 cup organic beef broth
2 packets of Gelatine Gelatin
Broccoli
Your favorite mold

Instructions:
Boil beef broth and gelatin until boiling
Let cool for a few minutes
Add a piece of broccoli face down into each mold.  In this case, I used a paw print mold I bought from Amazon.
Fill the molds with the broth and freeze for 1 hour

 
 
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Looking for more information on gelatin treats and the health benefits, check out my previous posts here:

Gelatin and Beef Broth Treats

 

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2 Comments

  1. Carla Evans

    Good way to get some healthy greens in the pups! 🥦 These turned out cute I love the pawprint mold that you used for them! 🐾❤

    Reply
    • Bobbi

      Thank you! My little treat worked…Jake and Maggie gobbled up those treats and didn’t leave one crumb :-). No greens to vacuum up!

      Reply

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