Tuesday, June 16, 2015

K9King Silicone Dog Bone Molds and Patriotic Pupsicles

With summer temperatures heating up, why not help your pooch cool down with an ice-cold "pup"sicle?  Using the K9King silicone dog bone molds, you can make your pup a healthy, delicious, and fun treat to help them beat the summer heat.  As you know, I love pupsicles, so I was excited to give this new product a try.  I was even more excited to learn that the product can also be used for baked treats.  Two treats in one product?  Count me in!

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About K9King

I love when I have the opportunity to promote family-owned or small businesses, especially those that cherish dogs as much as I do (I know, I'm a little biased being a French Bulldog and all but, hey, I really do LOVE dogs!).  I am not sure that there is a company more dedicated to dogs and community than K9King.  A small family business, K9King is owned and operated by a K-9 Bomb Dog Handler (a BOMB DOG HANDLER) with 22 years of K9 handling experience, and his family.  Inspired by the passion for their K-9s, the K9King company was created and now hosts several amazing dog products.  I had the opportunity to try out the K9King Silicone Dog Bone Mold and I think it is a really great product for any dog lover.

Silicone Dog Bone Molds

Clearly, I love treats (pretty obvious, I know).  As much as I love treats, I love treats that are healthy and nutritious, which is why I love to occasionally get my paws dirty in the kitchen and make my own special snacks.  Traditional pupcakes and cookies are fun, but sometimes they can get boring (even for us dogs).  That's why I get so excited when I find a product like the K9King Silicone Dog Bone Mold; now I can make some of my favorite recipes in a new, fun (and dog friendly) shape.

The mold itself is made out of 100% FDA approved (that means its safe) non-stick silicone and is dishwasher safe.  The mold can be used to bake treats in an oven, or to create frozen treats in the freezer.  Living in Florida, I use any excuse I can to make a pupsicle; and my new K9King molds were the perfect excuse.

Patriotic Pupsicles

I was so inspired by the K9King company and its owners' dedication to serving their community, that I created a special recipe for this post:  Patriotic Pupsicles (recipe below).  First, let me start off by saying that making pupsicles in the K9King Silicone Dog Bone Mold was so easy!  The mold itself is the perfect size for my freezer, and it makes 15 (15!!!!) perfectly shaped treats at once, which is great for my epic pool pawtys.  Removing the pupsicles from the mold was incredibly easy, as well. (Seriously, all I did was pop the pupsicles out of the mold.)

I really love this product, and the K9 company, and plan on making many more delicious treats with it in the future.  I also love that buying this product helps to support a family that has dedicated so many years of K-9 service to their community.  You can help support this family and their K-9s, too, by purchasing your own K9King Dog Treat Cake Pans, Silicone Bone here inch or by clicking on the photo below.  Also, if you are not a member of Amazon prime, now would be the perfect time to Try an Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial!  I cant wait to hear about all of the delicious treats that you make with this wonderful product!

Here's the recipe for my patriotic pupsicles:

Remember, I am not a veterinarian nor am I a professional animal health specialist.  If you are unsure about whether it is safe to feed your pet the recipe featured in this post, please consult your veterinarian or animal health professional.

[Disclaimer:  I received a free K9King Silicone Dog Bone Mold in order to create this post.  The free product did not sway my opinion, nor did any actions by K9King or any third party.  The opinions, and recipe, contained in this post are purely my own.  I only share products with my audience that I feel are relevant or beneficial, or that I personally use myself.] 



  1. We have a paw print silicon tray and will certainly have these treats chillin' this summer.

  2. Those pupsicles look barktastic! Saving that recipe for Mom to make us!!

    xoxo, Ginger, Matt & Matilda

  3. Woweee, those pupsicles look like something DELICIOUS!!!


  4. Missy & Buzz would love to attend one of your FL pool parties and cool off with some of those pawsome Patriotic Pupsicles!! Your recipe sounds delicious, and we will definitely try it out! Thank you for sharing the K9King company ~ I am all for supporting small family businesses (I am one myself!), especially when they're in the working dog business!!! I love seeing working dogs in action, it's so wonderful when a dog's potential isn't being wasted!

  5. Wow those are cool! We only have silly square ones at home. Rolo so needs these as we are slowly learning how to create frozen treats that dont taste yucky LOL.

  6. These are so cute and look so yummy Daisy! I have always wanted one of these silicone dog bone molds, but I just have a dog bone cookie cutter for biscuits. I'll have to add this to my wish list.

  7. Daisy, these patriotic pupsicles look easy to make and they look like a tasty frozen treat with great ingredients. The K9King Silicone dog bone mold really puts this together well. I will have to check out the molds and the recipe. Thanks for sharing this.

  8. What a fun and festive recipe! Super cute molds too. We need to get a bone shaped one. Oddly enough we have a bunch, but not bones!
    -Jessica from Beagles & Bargains

  9. Daisy is quite the cook. My feline has taken up cooking too. He is quite the foodie.