2-Pack Food Grade Silicone Dog Paw and Bone Molds With Recipe Booklet by Le Dogue
- “Le Dogue” Recipe Booklet included! Contains treat recipes and dog health tips!
- Perfect for two and four legged treats! Including pupcakes, dog biscuits, Jello-O, candies, chocolate and more!
- Non-BPA Food Grade Silicone. Can be used in temps from -40 to 450 Fahrenheit.
- Non-Stick, easy to clean and dishwasher safe! Bakes 15 large bones and 14 paws.
- This kit includes everything you need to start making homemade dog snacks today!
My fur babies (Piglet and Buddy) hard at work watching the timer while biscuits bake!
I don’t know about you, but my pets are much more then just animals they are family. In my case they are my babies and are rather spoiled. I have a large dog who thinks he is a small lap dog, and a small guinea pig who thinks she is a large dog. And they both LOVE treats! But with all the fillers they put in stuff now a days its so hard to buy treats that you know are truly good for them. So I was super excited to be able to make my own, and of course they didn’t mind reviewing these molds either! 🙂
The silicone molds are adorable! Red has 14 paws, each paw is about 2 in. x 2 1/2 in. and the mold is approx 3/4 in. deep. Blue has 15 bones each bone is almost 3 in. long, widest part is approx 1 1/2 in. and mold is 3/4 in. deep. It also comes with a 9 page booklet with a few recipes, tips, ingredient info and storage info.
I tried out the blue bone molds and the build a bone recipe which is a basic starter recipe that you can combine a mixture of any wet/dry ingredients from a list. I made banana, peanut butter, blueberry bones because my pets happen to love those ingredients and that is what I had on hand. (I also added flour and water per recipe)
The recipes are simple which I like, and have a lot of options. I did think the directions could of been a bit more clear though. For example, it said to fill the molds, it never said how much dough to put in the molds so I jam packed the molds full the first time and forgot how thick it was. So they turned out a bit raw in the middle since I used the shorter cook time. (They do give an option for a longer cook time for a dryer crunchier treat, I would use this option if you are going to make thick treats) Otherwise I would not fill the molds completely full. Just like regular baking it does take a bit of trial and error.
The molds themselves are great! They are nonstick, I left the bones to cool and then flipped the mold over and popped them out with no issues! They are super easy to wash, and are dishwasher safe. My fur babies loved the treats and can’t wait for me to make more! You could also use these for other things, pupsicles are next on my list! If you would like to learn more, or purchase your own set you can find it here. I recieved this at a discount for my honest and unbiased opinion.