We like frozen treats because they’re easy and they increase fluid intake when pets need it most.  The leftover water is eagerly lapped up because it’s full of flavor.

This recipe combines the omega-rich nutrition of sardines and krill with a sprinkle of powdered seaweed for a low-carb, highly digestible supplement that also helps to balance electrolytes.

Frozen Pops For Cool Cats

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Frozen Pop Treats for Cats

In a blender or food processor, combine:

1 can of unseasoned sardines (packed in water)
1 TBSP ground krill (or your favorite freeze-dried treats)
1/4 tsp extra virgin olive oil
Dash of powdered seaweed
1/4 cup water

Blend until smooth.  Spoon into a small ice cube tray (I found small trays at my local dollar store).  Once the treats are frozen, remove them from the tray and store in an air-tight container in the freezer.


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16 thoughts on “Cat Treat Recipe: Frozen Pops For Cool Cats

  1. We’re having such a warm end to summer that I made more. Thanks for keeping by babies cooler this summer.

  2. It has been really hot this week so we tried your cat pops. At first they didn’t quite know what to do with them and seemed a bit startled by the cold when they licked them, but soon got right into it. They’re cool cats now……..I think I’ll make some for me out of wine lol.

  3. I just read in the paper it’s supposed to be a hot dry summer so I’ll be making these frozen cat treats weekly 🙂 Thanks!

  4. I thought these would be too cold to appeal to my kitty but she seemed to enjoy licking the cube.

  5. Picture it….3 cats fighting over one cube & it’s sliding all over the place ROFL Thanks for the entertainment 😀

  6. They’re a hit and we have a new fave summer treat for the royalty in kittydom. 🙂

  7. I’ll be serving these for breakfast tomorrow. I’m glad I had some of your krill on hand from my last order and I added a bit of your montmorillonite clay too. You’re keeping her very happy & healthy!

  8. I gave one to my cat yesterday afternoon and she went crazy for it! I like that it amuses her while she works away at it until it’s melted. She’s getting old and doesn’t move around as much… I worry that she gets bored. Thank you very much.

  9. I”ve found so many wonderful ideas on your blog. Thanks for the recipes and keep up the good work.

  10. I got my ice cube trays at the dollar store too. I’ve made frozen treats for my small dog with them and they’re the perfect size.

  11. Great idea! I think I’ll do a few trays in different flavors. If I come up with anything really good I’ll send in the recipe.

  12. It’s been SO FREAKING HOT here lately!! I’m sure my cat and the dog will appreciate these treats.

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