These Kong toy recipes feature unique combos of your dog’s own kibble, dog treats, and other pet-friendly foods.
Put some Kong Stuff’n product in the small hole first. Then put dry dog food or small dog treats in next. Top with some canned dog food. Place a biscuit into the large opening, leaving only about 1/3 sticking out. Freeze!
Cram a small piece of dog biscuit or freeze-dried liver into the small hole. Smear a little honey (or Kong Stuff’n product) around the inside. Fill it up with dry dog food. Then block the big hole with dog biscuits placed sideways inside.
Other tasty Kong recipes to try…
(The following recipes are made with one of more human ingredients)
Cheesy Elvis – combine a ripe banana, a few spoonfuls of peanut butter, and a slice of cheese. Mix until blended well. Fill the Kong and freeze.
Monster Mash – Instant mashed potatoes (without the salt) – or leftover mashed potatoes from dinner – mixed with crushed dog biscuits.
Doggie Omelet – Combine a scrambled egg, some beef, yogurt, cheese, & mashed potatoes all together.
Fiber Crunch – Combine bran cereal with some peanut butter.
Kongsicle Jerky Pops – Seal the small hole of the Kong toy with peanut butter. Fill to the rim with chicken broth. Place a small stick of beef jerky inside. Freeze until solid! This one gets messy fast, we recommend it for outdoor use.
Fruit Kitty Noodles – Mix together some dried fruit, cooked pasta, a banana, and dry cat food.
Banana Yogurt – Plain yogurt and mashed bananas, you can also add a little peanut butter or other low-sugar fruits. Then freeze it.
Peanut Butter Glue – Fill Kong 1/3 full of dog kibbles. Pour in melted peanut butter (after it has cooled from microwaving). Add more dog kibbles and peanut butter until full. Freeze until solid.
Rock-Hard Kibble – Combine some of your dog’s kibble with cream cheese which acts as “cement” keeping everything inside.
Apple Pie – Squeeze a small piece ofapple into the small hole. Fill Kong with plain yogurt. Add a few slices of banana, more apply, yogurt, banana. End with a chunk of peanut butter.
Crunch n’ Munch – Combine crumbled plain rice cakes and dried fruit with some cream cheese.
Pumpkin Pieces – Combine plain yogurt, canned pumpkin, and cooked rice in a small baggie. Mix well and then snip off a corner and squeeze it into the toy.
Frozen Bonez – Mix up some bananas, unsweetened apple sauce, oatmeal, peanut butter, and plain yogurt. Freeze!
Fruitopia – Combine applesauce with chunks of fruit and freeze.
IMPORTANT: While a Kong toy right out of the freezer is okay, please allow any microwave-heated items to cool completely before giving them to your pet.
Remember, to feed a little less at your pet’s regular meals if they get calories from their Kong or other enrichment toys.