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Homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

The weather has already turned warm here in the South and after the pups have run, romped, and chased for a bit of time, they come back with their tongues hanging out. I decided to go ahead and whip them up some tasty homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats to help cool them down!

If you love treating your dog to healthy delicious treats then these are a must-make!

Homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

These yummy homemade treats feature Greek yogurt, strawberries, and bananas for a healthy Mom-approved treat!

 

Miss Molly absolutely loves these tasty frozen dog treats! It is of no surprise as she loves fruit of all kinds!

The best part about these dog treats, besides the yumminess, is how easy they are to make.

Just blend them up, pour in molds, and let them freeze.

It’s equivalent to a frozen fruit yogurt bite for pups!

Homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

If your pup loves frozen treats, be sure and try our yummy homemade Frozen Apple and Blueberry Dog Treats too!

It is another tasty and wholesome your pup will love!

But now, let me share this tasty frozen dog treat with you!

Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

Yield: 30 large treats

Ingredients:

2 cups Frozen Strawberries
2 Bananas, sliced & frozen
1 1/2 cups Greek Yogurt, plain non-fat
1/4 cup Skim Milk
2-3 Tbl. Honey

Supplies Needed:

Silicone Molds or ice trays. *I used the Food Grade Dog Paw and Bone Silicone Molds from Amazon.

Directions:

Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats process

Place all the ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth and creamy.

The mixture should be the consistency of a milkshake.

Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats process

Pour into desired molds or ice trays.

Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats process

If desired, add a couple of bits of strawberries for additional texture and tastiness.

Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats process

Freeze overnight.

Homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

Let the pups enjoy!

NOTES:

*Works best if strawberries and bananas are frozen when starting.

**You can adjust the size of the treats by how much mixture you pour into the molds 🙂

Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

Print this tasty Frozen Dog Treats recipe to try for your pups!

Homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats
Yield: 30 large treats

Homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 1 day
Total Time: 1 day 10 minutes

Cool your pup down with these SUPER EASY to make Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats! They are oh so tasty with yummy flavors of strawberry and banana AND did I mention how easy they are? Your pup will woof for them!

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Frozen Strawberries
  • 2 Bananas, sliced & frozen
  • 1½ cups Greek Yogurt, plain non-fat
  • ¼ cup Skim Milk
  • 2-3 Tbl. Honey
  • Silicone Molds or ice trays

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients in the blender and blend until smooth and creamy. It should be the consistency of a milkshake.
  2. Pour into desired silicone molds or ice trays.
  3. If desired, add a couple of bits of strawberries for additional texture and tastiness.
  4. Freeze overnight.
  5. Let the pups enjoy!

Notes

Works best if strawberries and bananas are frozen when starting.

You can adjust the size of the treats by how much mixture you pour in the molds 🙂

Pin the Frozen Strawberry treat to make later!

Homemade Frozen Strawberry Banana Dog Treats

Mary Gardner

Thursday 2nd of December 2021

My dogs would love these especially on hot summer days.

Victoria S Rivera

Sunday 21st of March 2021

Im try ut to see if my dog eats it

Rosie

Sunday 15th of November 2020

Let the pup party begin! These are so nice, the Apple and Blueberry sounds like a winner, too. These are great molds, I have to get some, I use my pup cookie cutters and time to expand my horizons!

Cassandra D

Sunday 15th of November 2020

Looks like a wonderful treat for my pets to enjoy.

Burak

Thursday 12th of November 2020

Thank you for the article!

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