In Wrigley and Smash’s little corner of the world, the temperature broke 100 degrees this week. ONE HUNDRED DEGREES. If that doesn’t mark the official kick-off of summer, I don’t know what does. In an effort to keep these pups cool and happy and spoiled rotten, I whipped up some homemade doggie ice cream in not one, but three flavors! Each recipe only has three simple ingredients and is a piece of cake to make. Check them out below — and help your favorite four-legged friend through the dog-days of summer!
Whoa, whoa, whoa… Ice cream – for dogs? Yes, you read that right! Your four-legged companions can now enjoy a cool, creamy treat designed exclusively for discerning doggy palates thanks to Arrfscarf, a small company that got its start in the Chicago food truck scene selling handmade dog treats.
Need to beat the heat? How about trying Frozen Forest dog ice cream – made fresh to order prepared and churned in a classic Italian gelato machine in NYC. Using only local ingredients, Frozen Forest ice cream is 100% organic with no additives. The packaging is well-designed and made from biodegradable paper. I especially like the fun flavors – shoe, cat, and squirrel. I think Beans would like squirrel…