Frozen Dog Treats

June 4, 2015

 

It is sweltering here in Grand Cayman and the humidity is making me feel like I am going to melt every time I leave an air conditioned room!

 

I was thrilled to make this frozen peanut butter dog treat for my doggies

If you’re a do it yourselfer, but don’t want to run the oven during these hot summer days, you will want to check out this frozen dog treats recipe for your furry family.

 

 

How to make peanut butter popsicles

Ingredients

 

1 cup peanut butter, preferably unsalted and unsweetened (Check your peanut butter's label to make sure it doesn't contain any kind of xylitol, which is toxic to dogs.)

Half a ripe banana, mashed

 

Water as needed

 

In a small mixing bowl, combine peanut butter with a little water or half a mashed banana. (The water and banana aren't essential, but they help with freezing consistency.)

 

Line a cookie sheet with wax paper, or use Kong-style rubber toys that have a cavity you can fill.

 

Spoon the mixture onto the tray just like you would cookie dough, or stuff it into the toys. Freeze the tray or toys for several hours or overnight. If you need to reuse the tray right away, pop out the cubes and store them in a bag or container in the freezer.

Serve, and turn any hot dog into a happy camper.

 

 

Tips
  • Pet popsicles can be made out of all kinds of things your dog (or cats) eat normally, so experiment to see what your dog likes best.

  • The frozen Kong-style toys make a great cool-down treat for when you will be away for a few hours.

  • Try treats suspended in water, watered down wet food and favorite frozen veggies.

  • Avoid: onions and onion powder, grapes and raisins, salt, macadamia nuts, tomatoes, potatoes, rhubarb leaves and stems, avocados

 

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