Easy To Make Homemade Frozen Dog Treats

Note: Always consult your veterinarian before introducing new foods to your dog’s diet.

Dog lovers! If you're like me, you want nothing but the best for your furry friends. And what's better than a delicious, refreshing treat on a hot day? That's right - homemade frozen dog treats! 

Why Homemade Frozen Dog Treats?

First things first, why bother making frozen dog treats at home when you can just buy them from the store? Well, there are a few good reasons. For one, you know exactly what goes into your homemade frozen dog treats. No mystery ingredients, no artificial flavors, just pure, wholesome goodness. Plus, making treats at home allows you to cater to your dog's specific dietary needs and preferences. And let's not forget – it's a fun and rewarding activity that you and your pup can enjoy together!

Getting Started: What You Need

Before we get to the frozen dog treat recipes, let's talk about what you'll need to get started. Luckily, you don't need any fancy equipment to make homemade frozen dog treats. Here are a few basic items that will come in handy:

- Blender or Food Processor: This will make mixing and pureeing ingredients a breeze.

- Ice Cube Trays or Silicone Molds: These are perfect for shaping your treats. Silicone molds come in fun shapes that your dog will love.

- Mixing Bowls and Spoons: Basic kitchen essentials for combining ingredients.

Now that you've got your tools ready, let's move on to the fun part – making the treats!

1. Peanut Butter Banana Frozen Dog Treats

Who doesn't love the classic combination of peanut butter and banana? This simple recipe is sure to be a hit with your pup. Plus, it's packed with protein and potassium – great for energy and muscle function.


- 1 ripe banana

- 1/2 cup peanut butter (make sure it's xylitol-free)

- 1/4 cup plain yogurt (optional)


1. Mash the banana in a mixing bowl until smooth.

2. Add the peanut butter and yogurt (if using) and mix until well combined.

3. Spoon the mixture into ice cube trays or silicone molds.

4. Freeze for at least 4 hours, or until solid.

5. Pop the treats out of the molds and let your pup enjoy!

These peanut butter banana frozen dog treats are not only delicious but also easy to make. Plus, they use ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen.

2. Berry Yogurt Frozen Dog Treats

Berries are packed with antioxidants and vitamins, making them a fantastic ingredient for homemade frozen dog treats. This recipe combines berries with yogurt for a creamy, nutritious treat that your dog will love.


- 1 cup mixed berries (blueberries, strawberries, raspberries)

- 1/2 cup plain yogurt

- 1 tablespoon honey (optional)


1. Puree the berries in a blender or food processor until smooth.

2. Add the yogurt and honey (if using) and blend until well combined.

3. Pour the mixture into ice cube trays or silicone molds.

4. Freeze for at least 4 hours, or until solid.

5. Serve up these berry yogurt frozen dog treats to your eager pup!

The natural sweetness of the berries combined with the creaminess of the yogurt makes these treats irresistible. And you'll love knowing that they're packed with healthy nutrients.

3. Pumpkin and Carrot Frozen Dog Treats

Pumpkin is a superfood for dogs – it's great for digestion and is full of vitamins. Carrots add a nice crunch and are loaded with beta-carotene. This recipe is not only tasty but also super healthy for your furry friend.


- 1/2 cup pumpkin puree (make sure it's plain, not spiced)

- 1/2 cup grated carrots

- 1/4 cup water


1. Mix the pumpkin puree, grated carrots, and water in a mixing bowl.

2. Spoon the mixture into ice cube trays or silicone molds.

3. Freeze for at least 4 hours, or until solid.

4. Let your pup enjoy these pumpkin and carrot frozen dog treats!

This recipe is particularly great for dogs with sensitive stomachs, as pumpkin is known to aid in digestion. Plus, the vibrant color of the treats is just too cute!

4. Apple and Sweet Potato Frozen Dog Treats

Apples and sweet potatoes are both excellent sources of vitamins and fiber. This recipe combines them into a sweet and nutritious treat that your dog will go crazy for.


- 1 sweet potato, cooked and mashed

- 1/2 cup unsweetened applesauce

- 1/4 cup water


1. Mix the mashed sweet potato, applesauce, and water in a mixing bowl until well combined.

2. Spoon the mixture into ice cube trays or silicone molds.

3. Freeze for at least 4 hours, or until solid.

4. Serve these apple and sweet potato frozen dog treats to your happy pup!

The natural sweetness of the apples and sweet potatoes makes these treats a hit, and you can feel good knowing they're packed with healthy ingredients.

5. Chicken Broth and Veggie Frozen Dog Treats

If your dog prefers savory treats, this recipe is for you. Using chicken broth and veggies, you can create a delicious and refreshing treat that's full of flavor.


- 1 cup low-sodium chicken broth

- 1/2 cup mixed veggies (peas, carrots, green beans), finely chopped


1. Mix the chicken broth and chopped veggies in a mixing bowl.

2. Pour the mixture into ice cube trays or silicone molds.

3. Freeze for at least 4 hours, or until solid.

4. Give your pup these savory chicken broth and veggie frozen dog treats and watch them enjoy!

This recipe is great for dogs who love meaty flavors, and it's a fantastic way to sneak some extra veggies into their diet.

Tips for Making Homemade Frozen Dog Treats

Now that you have a few frozen dog treat recipes under your belt, here are some tips to ensure your treats turn out perfectly every time:

-Use High-Quality Ingredients: Since your dog will be eating these treats, you want to make sure you're using high-quality, dog-safe ingredients. Avoid anything with added sugars, artificial sweeteners (like xylitol), or artificial colors and flavors.

-Check for Allergies: Before introducing any new ingredients into your dog's diet, make sure they're not allergic to them. If you're unsure, it's always a good idea to check with your vet.

-Portion Size: Keep in mind the size of your dog when making frozen treats. Smaller dogs will need smaller treats, while larger dogs can handle bigger portions.

-Storage: Store your homemade frozen dog treats in an airtight container in the freezer. They should keep for several weeks, although we doubt they'll last that long with an eager pup around!

We hope you and your dog enjoy these frozen treats for dogs. Do you have any favorite frozen dog treat recipes that you love to make? Or maybe some tips for making the perfect homemade frozen dog treats? We'd love to hear from you! Drop a comment below and share your thoughts and experiences with us. Happy treat-making!

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