We will all agree that frozen desserts are probably one of the best things about summer season.
And because the temperature rises, your canine deserves a frosty treat. Not only are frozen dog treats easy to make to make, but because they’re additionally an enjoyable solution to keep your “fur friend” hydrated and feel cool.
You might be wondering about where to start out?
Well you do not need to Look no further than your fridge or freezer for all of the ingredients you want for wholesome, “scrumptious” diy dog treats.
Note: I’ll typically embody a copy of the recipe with these treats. This isn’t solely so the the owners I am gifting this to .. could make them by themselves later, but additionally to allow them to see all of the ingredients.
Let’s be honest—these ingredients are very forgiving, so don’t worry about measuring perfection here.
Plus, your dog will happily lap up any leftover yogurt mix.
- 1/2 banana
- 16 oz. plain Chobani Greek Yogurt
- 1 heaping tablespoon Jif Peanut Butter
- Milk-Bone Small Dog Biscuits optional
- Place banana, yogurt and peanut butter into a blender and blend until creamy.
- Pour into ice cube tray approximately 3/4 full.
- Add Milk-Bone to each poured treat, optional.
- Place in freezer until they are frozen solid.
This Chicken Peanut Butter treats is packed full of flavour and ready in 20 minutes! It is a great meal for your fury friend
I promise you right now, there is no better use for peanut butter than this recipe!
- 1 cup chicken stock
- 1 cup peanut butter*
- 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley leaves
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- In a small bowl, combine peanut butter and parsley; set aside.
- Divide chicken broth evenly into a silicone ice cube tray, filling the tray halfway full. Place into freezer and freeze until set, about 1 hour.
- Spoon peanut butter mixture into the tray, filling the tray full. Place into freezer and freeze until hard, at least 4 hours.
*If the consistency of the peanut butter is too thick, it can be warmed for a smoother consistency.
He’s been a good boy for a while. So why not Reward him with this easy frozen BEAT-THE-HEAT YOGURT YUMMIES?
Makes 8 to 12 frozen treats in 3-ounce cups
This cold treat is a wonderful, healthy treat for hot summer days. Your dog will love them for celebrating Memorial Day, Fourth of July, the summer solstice, or just about any other occasion.
1 6-ounce can tuna in water
2 cups plain lowfat yogurt
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- Dump the tuna and its water into a bowl and break up the chunks. Add the yogurt and mix well.
- Spoon the mixture into small paper cups, such as those you would stock in a bathroom. Place in the freezer, and leave them there at least several hours, until frozen.
- To serve, turn over a frozen treat and pop it out of the cup or tear the cup away from it. This treat can be messy if your dog eats it slowly, so serve it outside and wipe off her front legs before allowing her inside the house.
Looking for healthy homemade dog treat recipes? These Frozen Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats contain just Two ingredients and are so easy to make!
This is the perfect choice for dogs on special diets.
- 1 ripe banana
- 1/2 cup unsalted & unsweetened peanut butter
- 1/2 cup of water , or more as needed to blend
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- Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and blend until completely smooth. If your batter seems too thick to pour out of the blender, add more water 1/4 cup at a time– if your dog loves ice as much as mine does, it doesn’t really matter if the flavor gets diluted a bit. (The icier the treat, the longer it lasts!)
- Arrange a silicone mold like this one onto a sturdy baking sheet and pour the batter into each crevice, making about a dozen treats. (It’s important that the silicone mold is on a sturdy baking sheet BEFORE pouring the batter into the mold, as the silicone is very flexible and could cause the batter to spill when you transfer it to the freezer.) Freeze until firm, about 2 hours, then pop the little treats out of the mold and store them in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 6 months.
- These treats can clearly be customized as you see fit, and would also be a great way to sneak any supplements into their diet. (We give our dog a cranberry supplement to help with urinary tract health, so sometimes I’ll add that in, too.)
This one is probably the extremely easy to make, two ingredient frozen dog treat!
Ingredients Blueberry Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats
- Low-fat plain yogurt
- Use an ice cube tray (or several, depending on how many treats you want to make). You can get ice cube trays at the Dollar Store or any grocery store.
- Put two blueberries in each cube compartment.
- Spoon some yogurt into each compartment over the blueberries.
- Put two more blueberries on top of the yogurt. You can either leave those blueberries uncovered or you can add another layer of yogurt.
- Freeze 2-3 hours then let your dogs enjoy!
This two-ingredient recipe uses just cantaloupe and yogurt, but you can substitute any melon and any milk-type product your dog likes.
- 2 cups (300g) frozen ripe cantaloupe
- 2 tbsp unsweetened yogurt
- Make sure you have space for your cantaloupe in the freezer.
- Scrub the outside of the cantaloupe thoroughly.
- Slice the melon in half and remove seeds.
- Slice each half into quarters and remove skin, then dice the fruit into bite-sized chunks.
- Place cut melon in the freezer. The more space around your melon chunks, the faster they will freeze, so if you’re in a rush, place pieces on a baking sheet to speed things up.
- When completely frozen (2-4 hours or overnight), place about 2 cups (300g) of melon pieces into the food processor.
- Add 2 tablespoons of unsweetened yogurt.
- Blend until combined, adding a little cool water if needed to blend to your preferred consistency.