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Recipe for Frozen Dog Treats - Frosty Paws Knockoff For Your Pet

Updated on February 11, 2014

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Frozen Dog Treats

This recipe for frozen dog treats is nutritious, easy and a tasty treat your dog will love!

32 oz. Carton of Plain Nonfat Yogurt

1 Ripe Banana

1 Tbsp Peanut Butter

15 Pupperoni Dog Treats or Other Brand

15 - 3 oz. Disposable Cups such as Dixie

Process the first three ingredients in a food processor or blender until smooth. Distibute evenly into cups. Cut off 1/3 of each Pupperoni Treats and reserve for a small treat for your dog later. Carefully place the larger piece of Pupperoni into the center of the yogurt mixture. Place all cups on a cookie sheet and freeze for several hours.

Once frozen, put them all in a gallon size resealable container. When ready to serve, remove cup and watch your dog enjoy!

Additional tips:

  • Duck or chicken jerky dog treats can be substituted for Pupperoni.
  • You may want to feed these frozen dog treats outside because they can be a little messy.
  • Omit Pupperoni for a simple yogurt treat.
  • Use plain greek yogurt for an extra protein boost.


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      Nancy 18 months ago

      Our dog loves these - Can buy lactose free yogurt

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      Sharon McConnell 2 years ago from Gilbert, Arizona

      Thanks for the feedback!

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      PaigSr 2 years ago from State of Confussion

      Thumbs up from my daughter.

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      Sharon McConnell 4 years ago from Gilbert, Arizona

      My dog eats them all the time and has nor repercussions. Yogurt is digested easier than milk.

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      Ickabell 4 years ago

      These look great but are you sure they're okay for dogs dogs are lactose intolerant

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      Sharon McConnell 5 years ago from Gilbert, Arizona

      Thanks Wmod514!

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      William Odell 6 years ago from Upstate South Carolina

      very cool dogs will love these !! I'll share this one !!

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      Sharon McConnell 6 years ago from Gilbert, Arizona

      Thanks for the great feedback!

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      Helen Murphy Howell 6 years ago from Fife, Scotland

      This is a wonderful hub with fantastic treats for our dogs - especially after a good exercise bout or during the hot days of summer! At anytime of the year my dogs would love these!

      Voted up + awesome!

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      SanneL 6 years ago from Sweden

      Great idea!

      I believe my dog would love this refreshing treat on a hot summer day to cool of. I will bookmark and give it a try. Thanks!


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      Peggy Woods 6 years ago from Houston, Texas

      When we had large dogs that enjoyed the outdoors, I wish that I had had this recipe then. Our Pomeranian is such an inside type of guy that this would be a bit messy to serve inside of the house...but will keep it in mind for the future. Thanks!

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      Sharon McConnell 6 years ago from Gilbert, Arizona

      Yes, besides the Pupperoni, they would be yummy for human consumption. Seriously, my dog does love them!

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      Jocelyn 6 years ago from Florida, PCB