Mango Yogurt Pup Pops

Mango Yogurt Pup Pops

 

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops

I’m always trying new treats for my Siberian Husky, Cannoli.  This summer to keep her cool I’ve been making her frozen dog treats which I call Pup Pops.   I use fruits, veggies, juices, and other ingredients I have on hand.

A friend recently dropped off  a big sack of fresh mangoes.  I found my kitchen filled with quickly ripening mango.  I decided to use some of them to make these frozen pup pops.

Mango is said to be the “king of fruit”.  It’s loved not only for its sweet taste, but also for its healthy benefits. Mangoes are filled with vitamins and minerals that promote good health for both humans
and their pets!*

I chopped up this sweet juicy fruit, mixed it with plain Greek yogurt, and came up with a really yummy treat.  They were so good I couldn’t resist snacking on them too.  This is truly a treat that you can share with your favorite fur ball.  My Cannoli loves them!

I use styrofoam cups to freeze the pops in.  It makes storing and  unmolding them easy and neat.  Just tear off the foam before you give it to your pup.  I fill the cups about halfway but you can make whatever size you want.  You can also use ice cube trays or any other plastic container to freeze them in.

Ingredients:

1 ripe mango
1 pint plain Greek yogurt

Directions:

Dice ripe mango into bite sized pieces.

Stir mango into yogurt.

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops

Spoon mixture into molds.

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops

Freeze for at least 6 hours before removing from mold and giving it to your pet.

*Mangoes are safe for dogs to eat, but their seed is not.  Mango seeds like other fruit seeds and pits contain cyanide which is poisonous.  When making treats using mango for your pets be sure to use only the “meat” of the fruit and don’t cut it too close to the seed to avoid accidentally cutting into pieces from the seed.

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops
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12 Pops 15 Minutes
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6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
12 Pops 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
12 Pops 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
12 Pops 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Ingredients
Servings: Pops
Instructions
  1. Dice ripe mango into bite sized pieces.
  2. Stir mango into yogurt.
  3. Spoon mixture into molds.
  4. Freeze for at least 6 hours before removing from mold and giving it to your pet.
  5. *Mangoes are safe for dogs to eat, but their seed is not. Mango seeds like other fruit seeds and pits contain cyanide which is poisonous. When making treats using mango for your pets be sure to use only the "meat" of the fruit and don't cut it too close to the seed to avoid accidentally cutting into pieces from the seed.
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Cranberry Mint Pup Pops

Cranberry Mint Pup Pops

Frozen Cranberry Mint Cocktail Doggie Pops

It’s gonna be a hot summer and I’ve been busy making frozen treats to keep my Siberian Husky, Cannoli, cool.  I make a variety of frozen treats that I call Pup Pops and Cannoli loves them all.

My newest treat are these Cranberry Mint Pup Pops.  These treats don’t only keep her cool they are also good for her.  Cranberries are rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, and C, and are filled with minerals and antioxidants; all very good for your pet’s overall health and promotes urinary tract health.  (To read more about the health benefits of cranberries for dogs click here for the article from Raising Healthy Dogs).  Mint such as peppermint, spearmint, and other varieties in the Mentha* family, EXCEPT PENNYROYAL (Mentha Pulegium), can help freshen your pup’s breath and is also good for easing stomach upsets.  (To read more about herbs that are good for dogs click here for the article from Modern Dog Magazine).

This frozen treat is so easy to make, you just need 2 ingredients!  They are perfect for the dog days of summer!

I freeze them in styrofoam coffee cups, when I’m ready to give her a treat I just peel away the foam and throw it away, but you can use ice cube trays or other freezer safe plastic containers.  I fill up the cups and make 6 oz. treats, I find it lasts longer than smaller portions, but really you can make any size portion you want.

You can use any brand of cranberry juice, but you should check the label for the sugar content.  I prefer to use organic juice as it doesn’t have much sugar added.

Ingredients:

1 bunch fresh mint
1 bottle organic cranberry juice

Directions:

1.  Rinse mint leaves and shake off excess water.

2.  Tear off mint leaves and place them in your containers.  About half way full.

Frozen Cranberry Mint Cocktail Doggie Pops

3.  Pour cranberry juice over mint leave.  The leaves will float.

Frozen Cranberry Mint Cocktail Doggie Pops

4.  Freeze for at least 6 hours.

5.  Unmold treats and toss them to your pooch on a hot summer day.

*DO NOT feed your dog Pennyroyal (Mentha Pulegium) it is poisonous for them.  It’s poisonous for children as well, so keep pets and kids away from this if you have it in your herb garden.  Some folks plant Pennyroyal in their garden because it naturally repels mosquitoes.

Frozen Cranberry Mint Cocktail Doggie Pops
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12 Pops 15 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
12 Pops 15 Minutes
Frozen Cranberry Mint Cocktail Doggie Pops
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
12 Pops 15 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
12 Pops 15 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: Pops
Instructions
  1. Rinse mint leaves and shake off excess water.
  2. Tear off mint leaves and place them in your containers. About half way full.
  3. Pour cranberry juice over mint leave. The leaves will float.
  4. Freeze for at least 6 hours.
  5. Unmold treats and toss them to your pooch on a hot summer day.
Recipe Notes

*DO NOT feed your dog Pennyroyal (Mentha Pulegium) it is poisonous for them. It's poisonous for children as well, so keep pets and kids away from this if you have it in your herb garden. Some folks plant Pennyroyal in their garden because it naturally repels mosquitoes.

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Easy 4 Ingredient Doggie Biscuits

Easy 4 Ingredient Doggie Biscuits

Doggie BiscuitsI love making doggie biscuits for our dog Cannoli.  Doggie BiscuitsShe’s a very spoiled Siberian Husky.  I’m always trying out new recipes.

This time I decided to combine her 2 favorite treats, peanut butter and carrots.  I mixed it up with organic flour and rolled oats and came up with a new treat which she just loves.

The recipe yielded 12 bone shaped treats and a bowl full of the smaller 1″ rounds I’ll use as training treats.

Here’s my new recipe it’s really easy to make using just 4 ingredients. I used organic and natural ingredients, but you can use non-organic.

Doggie BiscuitsIngredients:

1 cup organic flour

1 cup organic rolled oats

1 cup natural peanut butter

1 4oz. jar of strained carrots baby food

 

 

 

Doggie BiscuitsDirections:

Combine all ingredients in a bowl.  Mix until it forms a ball of dough.  If it’s too dry and crumbly add water 1 tbls. at a time until you can form a ball.

Doggie BiscuitsRoll out dough on a lightly flour surface.  Roll to 1/2′ thick.

Doggie BiscuitsCut into desired shape using a cookie cutter or use a pizza cutter to make squares.

Doggie BiscuitsPlace biscuits on a parchment lined baking sheet.  Bake in 350 degree oven for 15 minutes.  Flip biscuits over and continue to bake

Easy 4 Ingredient Doggie Biscuits
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36 Biscuits 30 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
36 Biscuits 30 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Easy 4 Ingredient Doggie Biscuits
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
36 Biscuits 30 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
36 Biscuits 30 Minutes
Cook Time
30 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: Biscuits
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Mix until it forms a ball of dough. If it's too dry and crumbly add water 1 tbls. at a time until you can form a ball.
  2. Roll out dough on a lightly flour surface. Roll to 1/2' thick.
  3. Cut into desired shape using a cookie cutter or use a pizza cutter to make squares.
  4. Place biscuits on a parchment lined baking sheet. Bake in 350 degree oven for 15 minutes. Flip biscuits over and continue to bake another 15 minutes.
  5. Remove from oven and cool on racks. Store in airtight container.
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DIY Doggie Icy Pops aka Pup Pops

DIY Doggie Icy Pops aka Pup Pops

Doggie Icy Pops

It’s shaping up to be a very hot summer.  To keep Cannoli, our Siberian Husky, cool and comfy this summer we’ve been making her frozen dog treats, or Pup Pops.

They are so simple to make, they not only keep her cool, they keep her busy for almost an hour!

For these treats I used apples and blueberries I had in the fridge and  homemade chicken stock made without onions, salt,  and garlic.  Really you can use your pooch’s favorite fruits and veggies or whatever you have at home as long as they are dog friendly.  Don’t use onions, grapes,  and if using apples be sure you remove the seeds, they are some foods toxic to pets.  For a list of foods that can be poisonous to pets click here to be taken to the Humane Society list.

I freeze my treats in styrofoam coffee cups (but you can use paper cups, ice cube trays, or silicone molds), I just peel away the cup when I give Cannoli the treat.  It’s a great in expensive way to make and store the frozen treats.  You can portion out the treats to fit your pet’s needs.  I make mine fairly large and fill the cup, she’s a good size pup!

Ingredients:

Makes 6 full coffee cups

2 apples – cut in cubes, all seeds removed

1/2 fresh blueberries

3 cups homemade chicken stock

Directions:

Doggie Icy Pops

Distribute fruits into 6 styrofoam coffee cups.

Pour desired amount of chicken broth into cups.  Fruit floats to the top.

Freeze for at least 6 hours.

Peel off cup when ready to give your pet the treat.

DIY Doggie Icy Pops
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6 Cups 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Cups 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
DIY Doggie Icy Pops
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
6 Cups 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Servings Prep Time
6 Cups 15 Minutes
Passive Time
6 Hours
Ingredients
Servings: Cups
Instructions
  1. Distribute fruits into 6 styrofoam coffee cups.
  2. Pour desired amount of chicken broth into cups. Fruit floats to the top.
  3. Freeze for at least 6 hours.
  4. Peel off cup when ready to give your pet the treat.
Recipe Notes

Be sure you remove all the apple seeds, they are poisonous to dogs!

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Round-Up of Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

Round-Up of Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

This is for all dog lovers out there that really want their pups to enjoy frozen treats, these Recipe treats are 100% natural, affordable and refreshing for your lovely pups! 100% made from fruits and coconut juice that help boosts your cuties immune system. Perfect for summer seasons!

Besides that your pup’s gonna love these treats and you will enjoy making them!

These are the 9 Round-ups of Frozen Dog Treats! Enjoy!!!

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Cranberry Pupcicles

Cranberries are good for your pet’s urinary tract and yogurt is a good source of calcium.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

DIY Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats

These treats will not only add some weight, hopefully, but also keep them hydrated, especially after daily walks.

 

 

 


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This is cool awesome and a fun way to make dog treats a twist. You should try this for your cuties.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Frozen Coconut Water Dog Treats

This is also super cool and good for your dogs.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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DIY Doggie Icy Pops

They are so simple to make, they not only keep them cool, they keep them busy for almost an hour!

 


DIY Berries & Apples Frozen Doggie Treat

The treats are so easy to make the kids can make them. And your baby pups gonna love it!

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Frozen Cranberry Mint Cocktail Doggie Pops

Cranberries are rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, and C, and are filled with minerals and antioxidants; all very good for your pet’s overall health and promotes urinary tract health.

 

 

 

 

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops

Frozen Mango Yogurt Doggie Pops

 

 

 

 

 

 


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DIY Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Dog Treats

For my first foray into the frozen dog treat world, I used ingredients I already had in my fridge, in this case, leftover Greek yogurt from my chicken souvlaki marinade I made for last Sunday’s barbecue night and fresh blueberries left over from my fruit-filled ice pops and Red, White & Blueberry Popsicles.

9 Round-Ups of Frozen Dog Treats
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