Saturday, November 24, 2012

Pup-O-Licious Holiday Review && Rafflecopter Giveaway!

Sorry for the lack of reviews in the last week. It has been a little crazy between a family trip for the Holiday, Black Friday shopping, and not enough sleep. I'm happy to report that I can see snow on the ground. I wasn't exactly thrilled that it arrived on Black Friday when Sarah, Kelly, and I were out shopping all night, but now that I'm in the warm looking out at the cold I love it!! I'm in an especially good mood knowing that my parents have a real Christmas Tree at the house waiting to be decorated! (Thanks Mom & Dad) Fake trees just aren't the same.

Today promises to be a busy day of reviewing, cleaning, and wrapping presents so I will get on with it.

For girl's night this week we played cards and made puppy treats. :) Surprisingly after three rounds of cards we all won once, and at the end of the night, when Dylan could try his treats he seemed to approve. Pup-O-Licious: "the dog treat you make with love" generously sent me a Holiday Package of Treat and Icing Mixes in a Storage Container. Since I'm not a fan of eating dog treats myself, my favorite part of this package was the Storage Container. It is durable!! and has a strong suction to keep things fresh. The set included Icing Mix, Treat Mix, and a Treat Cutter. Both the treat mix and icing mix were very easy to whip up. Although I wasn't a fan of the icing mix smell it went away after the icing was set up. Cutting out the treats was the exact same experience as cutting out cookies with a cookie cutter. Our set came with a small star treat cutter, but Amber picked up a dog bone shaped cutter from Target for $1 so we used both. We filled up a cookie sheet with treats then still had a little bit of... treat dough? left which means you know your getting a lot of treats from one pack. They baked for about 45 mins, we let them cool, then we iced em. :) My pictures don't symbolize how many treats we ended up with because Amber took some home for her Lylah too. I'm not sure if she liked them, but Dylan does. When I mention a treat he goes into the kitchen and stares at the container.
Some Pup-O-Licious Features include:

  • No Preservatives or Byproducts
  • No Added Sugar or Salt
  • Wholesome Ingredients
  • Easy to Make - if you can make a brownie mix, you can make Pupolicious!
  • Icing is Equally Simple, and a Great Way to Get Kids Involved!
  • Made in the USA
  • Available in a Variety of Packages for All Occasions
You can find Pup-O-Licious on Facebook, Twitter, or go directly to their website. Pup-O-Licious sets sell from $8.95 to $16.95, but for the next week you can enter to win your own package from Pup-O-Licious! Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter now through  12/01/12. 

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  1. I personally wouldn't try them, but I would like to make any of them for the pups in my life. :-) Seems like a good afternoon activity.

  2. The 117 Pupolicious Holiday Package (with 3" Cookie Cutter)!

  3. Oh Murphy would love these. How fun! I would love to try the 117 Pupolicious Holiday Package (with 3" Cookie Cutter)!

  4. 116 Pup-o-Licious Holiday package

  5. i like this set-

  6. I think my pups would love to try any of them really the more the better with my 2 big dogs. Are they different flavors? It didn't say in any of the product descriptions. But my dogs probably wouldn't mind any flavor.

    1. Samantha, the treats are not flavored. However, we do have flavoring suggestions on our website if your dog is a picky eater. The most popular flavoring recipe is peanut butter.

  7. Samantha, the treats are not flavored. However, we do have flavoring suggestions on our website if your dog is a picky eater. The most popular flavoring recipe is peanut butter.


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