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Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats your Dog Will Woof for

Pups love celebrating St. Patrick’s Day too! This year, let them join the celebrations with these woofalicious AND Healthy St. Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats! They are super healthy and only take a few healthy ingredients!

Healthy St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats your Dog Will Woof for

My pups are always up for a tasty treat so… why not let them join in the St. Patrick’s Day fun with these HEALTHY St. Patrick’s Day Dog Treats?!

With only a few healthy ingredients and your food processor (or blender), you can whip these yummy bites up in less than 5 mins!

But, not so fast! You do have to stick them in the freezer overnight but then the game is on!

Your pups will line up and drool in anticipation.

Healthy St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats your Dog Will Woof for

The only question in making these yummy St. Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats is what fun shapes will you make?

Silicone molds come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are readily available on Amazon and in stores.

Don’t have any molds? That’s ok too! Simply freeze them by pouring ice trays about 1/3 to 1/2 full according to dog size 🙂

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Now, let me show you how easy it is to whip up these SUPER HEALTHY St. Patrick’s Day dog treats!

Healthy St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats your Dog Will Woof for

St. Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats

Makes: 35 1” treats

Ingredients needed:

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats Ingredients Needed

1 Banana
1 golden delicious apple
1 cup spinach
1 cup parsley
1 Cup water

Optional human smoothie:

¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
6 ice cubes

Items Needed:

Food processor
Molds
Cutting board and knife
Liquid measuring cup or squeeze bottle
Cookie sheet

How to make these woofalicious St. Patrick’s Day Dog Treats

Cut the banana into sections.

Also, cut the apple into chunks.

Cut parsley leaves off of the stems.

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats process

Add spinach to the food processor and blend.

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats process

Next, add parsley to the food processor and blend.

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats process

Put the apple into the food processor and blend.

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats process

Add banana to the food processor and blend.

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats process

Add water and surge. If needed, add a little more to make it very thin.

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats process

Pour liquid into a smaller pourable container.

St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treats process

Pour liquid into molds.

Freeze overnight.

Dog eating a homemade St Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treat

Then, allow each of your dog/dogs to enjoy a nice healthy St. Patrick’s Day treat.

Tips:

Put your silicone molds on a cookie sheet for easy movement.

Make sure you have a location in the freezer cleaned out and that the cookie sheet will fit for sure.

Use a relatively lightweight easy to handle pourable cup for pouring the liquid into the molds, because you are aiming for such a small and thin area.

These treats melt pretty fast.

Make Yourself a Smoothie too!

To the ingredients above, simply add the below two ingredients and reblend!

¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
6 ice cubes

Healthy St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats your Dog Will Woof for

Print this tasty St. Patrick’s Day Frozen Dog Treat recipe!

Healthy St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats your Dog Will Woof for
Yield: 35 - 1" treats

St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 1 day
Total Time: 1 day 5 minutes

Pups love celebrating St. Patrick's Day too! This year, let them join the celebrations with these woofalicious AND Healthy St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats! They are super healthy and only take a few healthy ingredients!

Ingredients

  • 1 Banana
  • 1 golden delicious apple
  • 1 cup spinach
  • 1 cup parsley
  • 1 Cup water

Instructions

  1. Cut the banana into sections.
  2. Also, cut the apple into chunks.
  3. Cut parsley leaves off of the stems.
  4. Add spinach to the food processor and blend.
  5. Then, add parsley to the food processor and blend.
  6. Add apple to the food processor and blend.
  7. Next, add the banana to the food processor and blend.
  8. Add water and surge. If needed, add a little more to make it very thin.
  9. Pour liquid into a smaller pourable container.
  10. Pour liquid into molds.
  11. Freeze overnight.
  12. Then, allow each of your dog/dogs to enjoy a nice healthy St. Patrick’s Day treat.

Notes

Put your silicone molds on a cookie sheet for easy movement.

Make sure you have a location in the freezer cleaned out and that the cookie sheet will fit for sure.

Use a relatively lightweight easy to handle pourable cup for pouring the liquid into the molds, because you are aiming for such a small and thin area.

These treats melt pretty fast.

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Healthy St. Patrick's Day Frozen Dog Treats your Dog Will Woof for

Marisela Zuniga

Wednesday 16th of March 2022

This is a great idea

Rita Wray

Saturday 5th of February 2022

Sounds good.

Debbie P

Tuesday 25th of January 2022

Great recipe!

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