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Before proceeding, please answer this quick survey:
Do you have a dog?
Do you have a freezer?
Did you just immediately jump to conclusions?
Does your dog eat food?
Do you want to spoil your dog with tasty food?
Do you blink sometimes?
Do you want to find out how to whip up the tastiest dog treats of all time?
If you answered "yes" to at least one of those questions, then it's time to learn how to make the coolest dog treatos of 👏 all👏 time!👏
All you need is a few minutes, 2 ingredients, an ice cube tray (or silicone baking mold) and a freezer.
Here are simple 2-ingredient dog pupsicle (dog-friendly popsicle treats) recipes to make for your fur friend to enjoy on hot summer days!
Bonus points: When your dogs puprove of your delicious pupsicles, Gordon Ramsay will appear in your kitchen to high-five your pups and shout compliments at you.
(photo source: https://bakingmischief.com/pupsicles/ )
Yogurt and Berries Pupsicles
- 1/2 cup fresh or frozen strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, or blackberries
- 10 ounces of plain, unsweetened yogurt (non-xylitol)
Pumpkin and Banana Pupsicles
- 2 ripe bananas (mashed)
- 1/4 cup canned pumpkin puree
Watermelon and Yogurt Pupsicles
- 2 cups chopped seedless watermelon
- 1 cup plain, unsweetened yogurt
Banana and Peanut Butter Pupsicles
- 2 very ripe bananas (mashed)
- 2 -4 tablespoons peanut butter
Melt peanut butter in microwave for 10-20 seconds until pourable. Pour peanut butter into each mold, saving room to top with mashed banana.
For all of these recipes:
- After combining spoonfuls of the ingredients into the treat mold tray, place the tray in the freezer until the Pupsicles are solid - about 4 hours.
- Remove treats from the treat mold or ice cube tray and store in an air-tight container in the freezer.
Feeling creative? Try incorporating these other dog-friendly foods for more frozen treats!
Silicone treat/baking molds work great for these frozen dog treats.
As you know, not all dogs have the same diet. Please consult your veterinarian before feeding these foods to your pet. Some foods and ingredients have high sugar content and need to be used in moderation.
Remember to use these treats and snacks in moderation, especially when trying new foods with your dog. Some pups have sensitive stomachs, and the addition of new foods may cause digestive issues. Make sure to figure these treats into your dog's daily or weekly food amount to avoid unnecessary weight gain. Learn about foods you should never feed your dog here.