Homemade Frosty Paws with Happy Everything!

If you’ve been around this blog a while you’ll know how much I LOVE Happy Everything! Over the years I have amassed quite the collection of bases and attachments. I adore this line over any other because I love to celebrate everything, their pieces are cute and well made AND they take up a fraction of the space that having a platter, bowl, vase and vessel would for every different occasion.

Browse the Happy Everything! Site Here!

The Happy Everything! Story

The idea for Happy Everything! was born in 2003 when Founding Artist & CEO, Laura Johnson, found herself inspired to create a product to make decorating for every holiday quick and easy. There was nothing quite like it existing in the market, so she created it herself: a versatile platter with removable seasonal attachments. And there it was… the original interchangeable concept was born.

Start with a Base

  • They come in two sizes: BIG or MINI (all of mine are minis)
  • Over 8 colors and tons of different functions and shapes to choose from (all of mine are white)

Then, Choose Your Attachments

  • Pick a BIG or MINI attachment to match the size of your base
  • Place Attachment on Base using the hook-and-loop fastener
  • Get {completely} attached and do it all over again for each and every occasion

To celebrate the launch of the NINE new attachments today, I was given the opportunity to pick a new attachment of my choice, and I was sent one from the new set. I am SO excited to add the Back to School mini to my collection. Here’s a sneak peek:

As for the one I got to choose, I realized when we celebrated Anna’s second birthday in November that I didn’t have a bone with her name on it. And so, that’s exactly what I picked! The bone comes plain and I added her name, just like Elsa’s, in permanent vinyl.

Homemade Frosty Paws

Whit and I have been making homemade dog treats for “the ladies” for years. Of course, we buy them too, but making them has been a lot of fun. One of our favorites is to whip up a batch of frosty paws. We almost always have the ingredients on hand, and they are great high-value treats for when we have company since they take the pups a while to enjoy. They are also nice to keep in the freezer for hot summer days.

You’ll need:

  • 1 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 1/3 peanut butter
  • 1 banana
  • A mini dog bone to decorate (optional)

Combine everything in the food processor until smooth. Pour into vessels to freeze (we’ve used everything from ice cube trays to chocolate cookie molds).

They don’t normally get to eat their treats off my Happy Everything! wares… if you’re wondering. They are spoiled but not that spoiled. :-)

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This is a sponsored post, written by me, in partnership with Happy Everything!™ by Laura Johnson.

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4 thoughts on “Homemade Frosty Paws with Happy Everything!

  1. Perfect timing for a “Happy Everything” post! I just changed my “Happy Everything” attachment today from New Years to Valentines. I have quite a collection of mini attachments also for various occasions and seasons, but my favorite attachment is the oyster shell that I use in the summer. I love that it’s so easy to change a season or holiday by removing the attachment from the Velcro sticky and replacing it with another attachment. Like you, I also love that they don’t take up alot of counter or table space when displaying. I will have to check out the new launch of attachments.

  2. This is such a good idea for homemade dog treats, and I love those adaptable platters (dare I look into getting one? I could see becoming addicted for every holiday!)

    May I suggest that you give a little PSA with your mention of using peanut butter for dog treats? It looks like you just use plain peanut butter, which is great, but a lot of people nowadays are trying to cut back on sugar and buy low-sugar everything. The low-sugar peanut butters are often sweetened with Xylitol, which is a sweetener that can easily kill dogs quickly before they can even be rushed to the vet. I just thought that maybe you could remind folks about this fact since some might be using peanut butter for dogs for the first time and may have not heard.

    I love your blog! :)

  3. I make a recipe of homemade frosty paws for my dogs, and give them in their Kong during their weekly nail trim day! I use two cups plain yogurt, two mashed bananas, two tablespoons creamy peanut butter and two tablespoons honey for the recipe, and freeze in ice cube trays.

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