Blueberry The Honest Kitchen Goats Milk Treats
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Frozen Blueberry Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk Treats

During the hot summer months Delia loves her frozen treats. We have had high temps in the upper 90’s and a few 100 degree days, so cool treats were in order.

Her favorite is blueberries mixed with Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk from The Honest Kitchen. The

Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom is a shelf-stable instant goat’s milk with digestive enzymes and probiotics. Delia’s a big fan of the flavor and I’m a fan of the fact that it is human-grade and made in the USA, and naturally free of pesticides, herbicides, growth hormones and antibiotics. Blueberries are tasty, low in fat, high in vitamin C and fiber, and contain healthy antioxidants and phytochemicals.

Blueberry The Honest Kitchen Goats Milk Treats

Here is our simple recipe for Frozen Blueberry Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk Treats:


1 Cup The Honest Kitchen Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk

16 Frozen Blueberries


Mix Pro Bloom per package instructions

Chop 8 Blueberries in food processor/chopper

Mix chopped blueberries and Pro Bloom mixture

Pour into ice trays

Place 1 of the 8 remaining blueberries in each well in ice tray. (The trays I used had 8 wells each. You may want to modify the amount of berries to fit your trays.)


Serve! The treats can be messy as they melt, so you may want to serve them on a plate.

We hope your dogs enjoy the treats! We would love to hear if you try them and if they like them!



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Disclaimer: We received a box of Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk from The Honest Kitchen for our honest review of The Honest Kitchen’s Pro Bloom Instant Goat’s Milk. 

*This information provided on this blog is intended for informational purposes. I am not a veterinary professional and the information contained on this blog should not be used to diagnose, treat or prevent any disease or health illness. Please consult with a qualified veterinary health care professional before acting on any information provided here.

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