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Two Easy Frozen Dog Treat Recipes!

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As you know, dogs primarily regulate their body temperature through panting—a natural activity that removes heat by passing cool air over the moist surfaces of the tongue and lungs.

Frozen dog treats are a fun and tasty way to help your dog cool down even faster. We’ve got two easy to make frozen “pupsicle” recipes below that are quick to create in your kitchen to help get your dog’s summer off on the right paw!

How to Make a Peanut Butter Banana Pupsicle

How to Make a Peanut Butter Banana Pupsicle

To help cool canines, Southern California’s Just Food For Dogs developed their signature Pupsicles, frozen and healthy dog treats that are hand-made from USDA Certified human quality ingredients. Made fresh in a kitchen specifically catering to dogs, there are absolutely no preservatives, no added colors, no by-products or any other additives.

You can also make these tasty frozen dog treats at home!

The “sticks” are completely edible–they’re dog treats!

The frozen “sicle” part of the treat is yogurt based and includes all natural ingredients.

Peanut Butter Banana Pupsicles

Peanut Butter Banana Pupsicles

Ingredients

  • 32 oz low-fat plain yogurt
  • 2 mashed bananas
  • 1/2 cup natural peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 1 oz blueberries (chopped)
  • Just Food For Dogs Peanut Butter Treats

Instructions

    1. In a medium bowl, cream together mashed bananas, peanut butter and honey.
    2. Add yogurt and mix until blended.
    3. Place blueberries on the bottom of 3 oz freezable cups.
    4. Spoon yogurt mixture into cups and place in freezer until it is partially frozen, about an hour.
    5. Place a Just Food For Dogs Peanut Butter Treat in the center of the Pupsicle to create a stick and place back in the freezer until frozen, about two hours.

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How to Make a Frozen Beef Pupsicle

How to Make a Frozen Beef Pupsicle

Or does your dog prefer savory treats instead of sweet treats? In that case, how about a frozen beef treat?

Again, this treat also uses a dog treat as a “popsicle stick.”

You can use molds to create this frozen treat or even paper cups; just peel away the paper cup once the treat is frozen!

Beef Pupsicles

Beef Pupsicles

Ingredients

  • 1 cup low-fat plain yogurt
  • 1/2 cup beef broth
  • Just Food For Dogs Beef Treat

Instructions

  1. Whisk yogurt and beef broth together until smooth.
  2. Spoon yogurt mixture into 3 oz cups and place in freezer until partially frozen.
  3. Place a Just Food For Dogs Beef Treat in the center of the Pupsicle to create a stick and place back in freezer until frozen, about two hours.
  4. To make smaller Pupsicles, use an ice cube tray in place of the 3 oz cups.
  5. To feed, pop the Pupsicle out of the cup and into a bowl by pressing on the bottom of the cup. Then serve.

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Cooks: Don’t miss our My Dog Says I’m a Great Cook™ cookbook with over 100 dog treat recipes from the publishers, readers and fans of DogTipper! This paperback book is available in our YUCKY PUPPY gift store!

Photos courtesy Just Food for Dogs

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Mystisch

Saturday 6th of February 2021

I would have loved to get the free recipes but when you click to get the PDF, it wants you to download something into your browser. No Thank you. sigh

Sharon Gilbert

Thursday 28th of May 2020

Yes Schooner and Skipper would love the pupsicles. The Peanut Butter Banana Pupsicles would be delicious just to lap it up without being frozen. Thank You for the recipes. Schooner and Skipper love blueberries.

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