Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Honest Kitchen #Winter Warmers

   You can trust us to be honest about the food we love the best.  We discovered The Honest Kitchen at BlogPaws 2014 last spring.  It is amazing what a little warm water can do when added to the right dehydrated food.  At least that is how Bentley reacts when he gets The Honest Kitchen in his bowl.
  When we heard about their new set of three Winter Warmers, it was something we had to try.  The box arrived and it was hard get it into our own kitchen with Bentley under my feet.  It never ceases to amaze me how he can tell if a sealed package contains his favorite food or treats.  He scrambled ahead of me to the table and put his paws up to investigate.

   I opened the box to discover a beautiful display of three tins of The Honest Kitchen Winter Warmers Broths.  The set of three consists of Chicken Consommé, Beef & Bone, and Turkey Stock.  This holiday season will be more fun when your four-legged family members can enjoy a warm, wintertime beverage treat.  Imagine the fun it will be to come in from a cold walk to enjoy a roaring fire, a cup of hot chocolate for you, and a cup of warm Chicken Consommé for your dog.  It will be your very own Currier & Ives moment to cherish.  
   The Winter Warmers Broth are made with a mixture of human grade, dehydrated ingredients, and designed to be blended with hot water before serving.  It is simple to make; measure 2 tablespoons of mix into a large mug.  Fill the mug with hot (Not Boiling) water and stir with a fork or whisk.  Allow to cool sufficiently while you make yourself that cup of hot chocolate.  Throw a blanket on the floor and relax with your bestie.  Each tin is 5.5 oz. for a total of 16.5 oz., so you will be able to enjoy many winter mornings or evenings sharing warm drinks together.
   The ingredients are human grade and as simple as it is easy to prepare.  The Chicken Consommé contains dehydrated chicken, goat’s milk, chard, and parsley.  Their Beef & Bone Broth is dehydrated beef, pumpkin, shitake mushroom, and chard.  The Turkey Stock is a blend of dehydrated turkey, goat’s milk, and parsley.  It will help hydrate your pet if they are finicky drinkers.  Could your dog or cat resist those ingredients?
"The Honest Kitchen's Winter Warmers are lip-licking great!"
   Do you have a special dog or cat on your Christmas list?  Winter Warmers are sold as a gourmet gift set and can be delivered to your home and to a dog or cat friend across the country.  You will make many tails wag and cats purr when this great three pack is under the tree.  You can even open the box and stuff three different stockings.  This is a limited holiday edition and only $19.99 for the decorative set.  The Honest Kitchen is offering ALL of my readers a $2.00 off coupon for a Winter Warmers kit on their website by using the code BGWW14.
   I want to tell you another reason that we love The Honest Kitchen.  They are very nice, helpful, and FUN!  For the next two weeks, you can discover "How Human is Your Pet" by taking a quick ten-question quiz.  Just answer the questions ranging from where your pet sleeps, clothing, and birthday celebrations.
   All participants will receive a free goody from The Honest Kitchen after completing the quiz.  You’ll also be entered for a chance to win $1,000 for your favorite pet-related charity!  Simply click here to be magically transported to the quiz site. 
  *Bentley wanted me to tell you that he scored “Practically Human.”  You’ll want to read your own results.  They are funny and the goody involves something delicious.

Disclaimer: I received a set of The Honest Kitchen Winter Warmers in exchange for an honest review of the product.  I am not being monetarily compensated for this post.  Barking from the Bayou only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers.  The Honest Kitchen is not responsible for the contents of this article.

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  1. Oh wow, these look and sound amazing! Definitely a perfect treat for the holidays.

  2. Hot Chocolate is our favorite winter drink!! These Winter Warmers look perfect!! I'm heading on over to the website to check them out!! Thanks!

  3. We've tried Honest Kitchen treats!

  4. well those sound like the perfect thing to warm up dinner and make it tasty.

  5. Just right for the holidays. Have a tremendous Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

  6. What a great idea for gifting for doggy friends...beautiful tins!! Thanks for the great review!
    Mama Beth and Dory

  7. that's a super idea! what's better than to enjoy a warm treat together? and every tea for two will be an event when the best furry friend gets his own "tummy warmer".

  8. Those almost look to pretty to eat! BOL! Great review!

  9. We'll be there for your hop - Can't wait!! :-D

    Lots of Woofs from Earl, Ethel and I at Earl's World!

  10. In the winter I like the same beverage as in the summer, a nice fresh bowl of water. That stuff looks so pretty, how could your mom even open it?

  11. What a neat idea! I can really see the dogs enjoying it on a cold winter's day after playing outside. Coffee is always my hot beverage of choice. I usually drink it black but for a special treat I'll put some flavored creamer in it.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

  12. Wow, mom really likes the look of those tins! So mom can have the tins and we doggies can have what's inside! Win-Win!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  13. What cool tins and stuff inside. I'm on board for tomorrows hop

  14. wonderful giveaway. Good luck to everyone who enters!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!


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