4 Simple Frozen Dog Treats Recipes to Keep Your Puppy Healthy

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Hey puppy lovers, l have another post you today. Is about frozen dog treats recipes. These 4 amazing homemade frozen dog treats recipes will keep your puppy refreshing and healthy.

4 Simple Frozen Dog Treats Recipes to Keep Your Puppy Healthy

 

 

1. Frozen Banana Dog Treats

4 Simple Frozen Dog Treats Recipes to Keep Your Puppy Healthy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

After a long walk in the hot sun, what pooch wouldn’t want a refreshing treat? We absolutely love this simple recipe – yogurt, banana and peanut butter. It’s a frozen smoothie for your dog. Need we say more?

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups plain yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 3 bananas, ripe, peeled & mashed

Total: Makes approx 8 1 oz treats

Directions:

  1. Blend all ingredients into a puree.
  2. Pour into 4-ounce plastic cups (ice trays or toddler popsicle trays work well).
  3. Freeze until firm.
  4. Can be kept in the freezer for up to two weeks.

2. Blueberry and Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats

4 Simple Frozen Dog Treats Recipes to Keep Your Puppy Healthy

Ingredients:

  • A baking mold or ice cube trays. We used the Paw & Dog Bone Molds from Baking Missy ($13.99 for set of 2).
  • A 2-cup glass measuring cup or similar
  • A blender or food processor
  • Unsweetened frozen blueberries
  • Unsweetened frozen strawberries
  • Plain yogurt (we used non-fat)
  • Peanut butter (check ingredients on the label. Look for no sugar and definitely no xylitol, an artificial sweetener that’s poisonous for dogs).
  • Water

Directions:

For the first row, let’s start with the plainest mix, so we can use any leftover yogurt mix for the fancier rows.

  • Whisk together 4 ounces of yogurt and 4 ounces of water for the base. Add more yogurt and reduce the water if you want a creamier treat with more calories.
  • Pour into one row of 5 wells, leaving a generous amount of room for the blueberries.
  • Add blueberries to each well until the mold is almost filled (the pupsicle will expand as it freezes, plus it’s nice to have a little extra space to protect from spills).

3. Frosty Peanut Butter Pupsicles

4 Simple Frozen Dog Treats Recipes to Keep Your Puppy Healthy

Instructions:

  • Put 4 ounces of peanut butter in your liquid measuring cup (eyeballing a big glob is fine).
  • Add 3 ounces of water and 2 ounces of yogurt to reach 9 ounces.
  • If you have leftover yogurt and water mixture, add that and adjust accordingly.
  • Will it blend? Great. If not, add a little more water until you reach a pourable consistency.
  • Pour into your second row of wells. If the batter is a little sloppy, you can use a spoon, add more water and blend more, or just clean up the tray afterwards. We won’t tell.

4. Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Dog Treats

4 Simple Frozen Dog Treats Recipes to Keep Your Puppy Healthy

Instructions:

  • Clean the peanut butter mix out of your blender (or don’t. Will anyone know but you and your dog?)
    • A  great blender hack is filling the dirty blender halfway up with warm water and soap, and then blending that to get all the residue off before rinsing.
  • Add a handful of frozen strawberries to the blender. Aim for 4-6 berries.
  • Add 2 ounces of yogurt and 2 ounces of water.
  • Blend, adding water if needed to aid the blending process. Go ahead, leave it a little chunky.
  • Spoon batter into third set of wells. Watch out for splashing berry chunks!

Frozen homemade dog treats couldn’t be simpler. I hope you have fun making them and your will love them.

Recommended reading: Homemade Chicken Jerky Recipes For Dogs to Keep Them Healthy

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