Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats
Does it get hot where you live? These treats will be perfect for your dog! It may not be National Dog Day or any special holiday for your dog but who says you can’t spoil them every day?! They do so much for us and provide us unconditional love and support and always want to please us and make us all happy. Let’s just simply say, tails will be wagging when they see you pull these yummy treats from the freezer! These frozen strawberry banana dog treats are super easy to make and only require a few simply ingredients.
- 2 cups (16 ounces) Strawberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1-2 Bananas (use two if you have them both)
- 1.5 cups Plain yoghurt
- 3 TBSP Honey
- 1/4 cup skim milk OR 2% milk
- Add all ingredients into the blender
- Turn and blend at a medium speed
- Blend about 2-3 minutes
- Pour into the mold of your choice or an ice cube tray
- Freeze for at least 4-6 hours
- Pop out of the molds and ENJOY!
- Storing them: Put them into a freezer safe bag (Ziploc or Hefty style) or you can place them into a container such as a Rubbermaid or a Tupperware container. They can last up to 2 months in the freezer but I’m sure they will be gone way before then.
- Note: You can always use other fruits or veggies: Watermelon, Mango, Pumpkin, Blueberries all work well for these too. NEVER use grapes! Bananas add the nice creaminess that other fruits don’t add. You can also use peanut butter in this recipe as well.
Of course when you make these you totally want to tailor them to what your dog enjoys. If they don’t like strawberries add in a different fruit that is mentioned above. Please also take into consideration any allergies your dog may have.
I totally hope your dog enjoys these wonderfully pawfect treats. You can even try one yourself since everything is able to be consumed by humans. These make the greatest treats in the warmer weather to help keep your dog totally cool. Sometimes I do make these with both strawberries and blueberries since both are power foods for your dog with great benefits. The yoghurt provides calcium and probiotics to help with digestion for your pup. Another thing is you can totally make these in any size depending on the mold that you use. I used these molds but I’ll list some other fantastic molds I like to use for making these for pups that are bigger or smaller. These aren’t fun shaped but are perfect for larger dogs. These smaller heart shaped molds are fantastic for smaller dogs.
Did you make these for your lucky pup? Did you use strawberries or another fruit? Let me know what your dog thought of these frozen strawberry banana dog treats by commenting below!
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