5 Fabulous Frozen Treat Recipes for Dogs

5 Fabulous Frozen Treat Recipes for Dogs

It's that time of year when we are all dreaming of that next ice cream... well, good news is that your pooch can enjoy frozen treats too! They are super easy to make, and to be honest, can be made with almost anything you find around the house. Here are our top five, super easy, frozen treat recipes for dogs.

Winston LOVES ice cubes. Whenever we get any out of the freezer, he is always there to make sure he gets one too. To make it a bit more interesting, I created some pup friendly recipes (in appropriately cute mould!) for him to enjoy now that it is really hotting up. The majority of the recipes use the same base with just a different dog safe fruit or treat to make them just that little bit tastier.

Blueberry Bites

1/2 cup low fat natural yoghurt
1/2 cup of water
Handful of blueberries


Strawberry Soothers

Very topical for the summer, and coming in at number 2 we have Strawberry soothers!

1/2 cup low fat natural yoghurt
1/2 cup of water
Handful of diced strawberries

For these first two recipes, place the bits of fruit into the moulds, pour over the liquid and freeze!

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Peanut Butter & Banana Paws

These treats are layered with:

  • Dog safe peanut butter (Try to pick one that is 100% peanuts - I use meridian. The most important thing is that it contains zero artificial sweetner. Xylitol is a commonly used sweetner in peanut butter and is extremely toxic to dogs.)
  • Ripe Banana
  • Yoghurt & water mix

Put a thin layer of peanut butter in the base of the mould, then add some mashed banana and top with the yoghurt base. Again, to make these dairy free, just mix your banana mush with water to create something liquid enough to fill the mould.

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Coconut Banana Bones

These are super simple treats to make. Literally just take a ripe banana, put chunks into the mould and cover in coconut milk. You can also use low fat coconut milk if your pooch is on a diet.

I have left chunks in mine to create a bit of texture, but your could also blend the banana with the coconut milk to make a puree and freeze this as well.

You could also do the same with coconut oil, watermelon, or pumpkin puree. Yum!


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Iced Tea

Want to try something a bit more adventurous? What about iced tea for your dog?
We have teamed up with the lovely Vaneta over at Doggy's cuppa, and created these "iced tea" treats for dogs using one of their special blends! Brew the tea, strain (if you want!) let it cool & just pour into moulds and freeze!
Doggy’s Cuppa is an eclectic collection of easy-to-use tonics that provide a ‘helping paw’ for your pet and peace of mind for any dog owner looking to provide a beneficial boost to their pet’s daily eating regime.​
Find the full range here:

Natural Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

Do you have any favourite frozen treats to help keep your pup cool in summer? Let us know in the comments below!

​Jo & Winston

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