Happy Howl-o-ween! This week, Phoebe and Frank’s tea is going to be topped with no tricks – just treats!
The Lily’s Kitchen limited edition Beef Ghoooulash is a spooky seasonal recipe which vanishes before your very eyes leaving eerily empty bowls.
In a terrifying turn of events, the recipe has been flying off supermarket shelves and is completely sold out, but we managed to get our paws on two tins before they disappeared.
Keeping the vampires and witches at bay, the Hungarian inspired dish is the latest recipe released by the pet food brand, made with super fresh ingredients and botanicals – including 60% real beef.
The comforting dish is made with freshly prepared beef, spinach, red peppers, and of course, pumpkin! It also contains carrots to see in the dark on Halloween, and also a range of beneficial botanicals and herbs. Rosehip is rich in vitamin C, with dandilion root, cleavers and marigold petals offering antioxidant action.
Here’s the full breakdown of Beef Ghoooulash ingredients:
Freshly Prepared Beef (60%), Pumpkin (4%), Carrots (2%))
Spinach (2%), Red Peppers (2%), Amaranth, Spelt, Minerals, Sunflower Oil (0.2%), Cinnamon (0.1%), Parsley (0.1%).
Herbs & botanicals: Golden Rod, Nettle, Aniseed, Rosehips, Marigold Petals, Cleavers, Kelp, Alfalfa, Milk Thistle, Dandelion Root, Burdock Root, Celery Seeds.
The limited edition tin is in classic Halloween colours of purple and orange, and will cast a spell over your pooch which makes them drool uncontrollably!
On the site, I used their handy tool to calculate how much of the food to feed my pets. You can type in their age, size, weight and activity levels, and whether they prefer wet or dry food, or both and the tool will tell you the best amount to feed.
We feed the Scamps an 80/20 ratio, which suggested around 250g of dry and 200g of wet per day. We actually feed them around 300g of dry food per day, with just a scoop of wet in the evening – so this sounded about right for what we already feed!