Your pooch deserves a tasty treat this summer. This 3-ingredient dog ice-cream is the perfect treat for your furry friend. Make a batch and keep in your freezer for when your pup deserves a special treat. Making your own doggy ice-cream is a much cheaper alternative to buying from the pet store.
Why I love making doggy ice-cream:
- Making it yourself is WAY cheaper than buying it at the pet store. Like seriously way cheaper.
- You get to control the ingredients! You know your dog’s diet best and when in doubt, consult your vet. But this let’s you be in control.
- You can make the treats as big or as small as you’d like! I like them small for a little treat, but you could freeze them into cups for more of a “slowly lick the ice-cream” experience.
- Because your fur baby deserves it!
First, just add the 3 ingredients for the doggy ice-cream to your blender or food processor. You can even mix it up by hand!
Then pour the blended ice-cream mixture into molds. I used these super cute bone and paw print shaped silicone molds I got from Amazon. Pop into the freezer until frozen and then transfer to a freezer bag or container for storage.
The final and most important step. Share a treat with your favorite doggo!
How do you spoil your pup? Let me know in the comments!
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Spoil your pooch with this 3-ingredient dog ice-cream! Just yogurt, pumpkin, and peanut butter. Perfect treat for your furry friend on a hot day. Recipe at KathleensCravings.com
- 32 oz tub plain yogurt
- 2 tablespoons natural peanut butter (double check the ingredients to make sure it’s just peanuts!)
- 1/4 cup pumpkin puree (from a can. NOT pumpkin pie filling)
- Blend ingredients in a food processor or blender. Alternatively you could mix it up by hand. Pour into molds of choice (I liked using silicone molds to make them easy to pop out).
- Freeze until solid – depends on mold size. My small ones took about an hour or two. Transfer to a freezer bag for long term storage and store in the freezer until ready to share with a good boy or girl 🙂
Make sure your peanut butter is just peanuts and no funky ingredients! Some peanut butters contain “xylitol” which is toxic to dogs.
- Category: Dessert
- Cuisine: American