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6 Simple Frozen Dog Treat Recipes You Can Make at Home

on July 22, 2021
6 Simple Frozen Dog Treat Recipes You Can Make at Home

The dog days of summer have arrived. To help our pups beat the summer heat, we've curated some of our favorite recipes for easy, healthy frozen dog treats. Each recipe uses only a few ingredients that you may already have in your kitchen, which makes them a cheap alternative to store bought dog ice creams.

1. Banana Pup Pops

Dog with frozen treat

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Instead of making banana bread with your overripe bananas, make something for your dog instead! Yogurt, peanut butter and banana are all you need to make this creamy frozen treat. Get the recipe.

2. Watermelon Pupsicles

Dog with frozen watermelon treat

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There's nothing as refreshing as watermelon on a hot summer day. Let your dog in on the summertime tradition with these simple frozen watermelon treats made with coconut milk. Get the recipe.

3. Frozen Pumpkin Treats

Frozen pumpkin dog treats

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Pumpkin has many health benefits for our pups. By mixing canned pumpkin, yogurt, banana and honey, whip up this tasty treat that's good for them too. Get the recipe.

4. Two Ingredient Cantaloupe Ice Cream

Frozen Cantaloupe dog treats

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With only two ingredients, it really doesn't get any simpler to make this doggy ice cream. It can easily be subbed with other dog-friendly ingredients too. Get the recipe.

5. Peanut Butter + Jam Freeze

Frozen jam and peanut butter dog treats

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Try this dog-friendly twist on a classic PB&J made with peanut butter and fresh strawberries. Get the recipe.

6. Frozen Chicken Treats

Frozen chicken dog treats

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What dog can resist these frozen treats made with chicken broth, peanut butter and parsley (a natural breath freshener). Get the recipe.

This post is not a medical recommendation for your pet. Always consult your veterinarian.
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