Best Frozen Dog Treat Recipes Step By Step

Best Frozen Dog Treat Recipes Step By Step

The hot days are making themselves felt. The time has come to start preparing frozen homemade dog treats to alleviate the heat your puppy or adult dog suffers. Don't know how to make frozen treats? Calm down and take a look at our DIY doggie treats step-by-step.

Our Top 3 Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

  • Frozen watermelon dog treats 🍉

  • Homemade dog popsicles 🍦

  • Homemade frozen dog treats with yogurt and peanut butter 🥜

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DIY Doggie Treats For Summer

Next, we will present you with the best doggie treats for summer.

We have chosen beneficial ingredients for your dog. Consult your trusted veterinarian, when in doubt about any ingredient or quantity.

1. Frozen Watermelon Dog Treats

This recipe includes only three ingredients suitable for dogs: watermelon, honey and yogurt.

Watermelon provides vitamins and fiber, as well as being low in calories. For its part, yogurt is rich in probiotics and thus favors good intestinal transit. Of course, it is advisable to choose a low-fat and unflavored yogurt. As for honey, dogs can consume it in moderate amounts unless they have diabetes.

Note! Check that the yogurt is free of Xylitol, a sweetener potentially risky for dogs.

Ingredients

  • 2 cups of watermelon cubes
  • 1 cup of yogurt without Xylitol or flavor.
  • 2 teaspoons of honey tea.

Necessary Materials

  • 1 silicone cookie mold
  • 1 spoon
  • 1 baking sheet
  • 1 freezer storage container

Frozen Watermelon Dog Treats Step-By-Step

  1. Place all ingredients in a food processor and blend until well combined.
  2. Put the mixture in the silicone cookie mold with the spoon.
  3. Take to the freezer for at least 3 hours or until they are solid.
  4. Remove frozen treats from pan.
  5. Treat your dog to some treats and store the rest in a freezer-safe container for up to 1 month.

2. Homemade Dog Popsicles

Making pupsicles is possible! You only need a couple of fruits of your choice and nothing else! In this case, we have chosen banana, watermelon and blueberries, but you can pick the fruits your dog prefers.

Ingredients

  • 2 bananas
  • 1 cup of blueberries
  • 1 piece of watermelon

Necessary Materials

  • 1 popsicle mold
  • 1 spoon

Fruit Pupsicles Step-by-Step

  1. Place half of the blueberries and 1 1/2 bananas in the food processor and blend until puréed.
  2. Meanwhile, cut the 1/2 banana into pieces.
  3. Mix the cut banana with the blueberries. You can use whole or halved blueberries.
  4. Cut the watermelon into sticks and place a watermelon stick in each popsicle.
  5. Hold the watermelon stick in the middle of the mold and place a little purée on it. Then, add some cut fruit and cover with another bit of purée.
  6. Place in the freezer for at least 3 hours, or until solid.

3. Homemade Frozen Dog Treats With Yogurt And Peanut Butter

Homemade Frozen Dog Treats With Yogurt And Peanut Butter

Did you know that your dog can eat peanut butter? However, you should check that it does not contain Xylitol and choose a sugar-free variety. The more natural, the better!

Ingredients

  • 1 plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons natural unsweetened peanut butter without Xylitol
  • 1 apple

Necessary Materials

  • 1 silicone cookie mold
  • 1 baking sheet
  • 1 tupper suitable for freezer

Yogurt Dog Frozen Treats Step-By-Step

  1. Place all three ingredients in a food processor and blend until combined.
  2. Put the purée in the silicone cookie mold with a spoon.
  3. Take to the freezer for at least 3 hours or until they are solid.
  4. Remote the treats on the kitchen sheet.
  5. Store the treats your dog does not eat for a month in a freezer-safe container.

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As you can see, preparing frozen homemade dog treats is smooth. Do you dare to put our frozen dog treat recipes into practice? You can vary the fruits to get different flavors for your pup.

FAQ

What Can I Give My Dog As A Frozen treat?

You can give your dog as a frozen treat the following:

  • Frozen yogurt.
  • Fruit pupsicles.
  • Yogurt frozen treats.
  • Peanut butter popsicles.
  • Frozen fruits.
  • Frozen vegetables.

Are Frozen Dog Treats Good For Dogs?

It all depends on the chosen food. Make sure frozen dog treats do not contain sweeteners or any ingredients harmful to dogs. The best option is to prepare your own frozen treats at home.

Can I Freeze Homemade Dog Treats?

In general, homemade dog treats can be frozen, but check the ingredients. Some will last more in the freezer than others.

Is It Okay To Give Dogs Ice Cubes?

In general, dogs love to eat ice cubes and play with them. But they can break a tooth when biting them. Ideally, remove the ice cubes from the freezer and allow them to warm up for a few seconds before giving them to your dog.

Is Yogurt Good For Dogs?

Yogurt is good for dogs when it doesn't contain Xylitol nor other sweeteners. The best option is plain, unsweetened yogurt.

 

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