The first one we tried was frozen chicken broth cubes! The original recipe called for cooked ground beef with chicken broth poured over and then frozen. However, I didn’t have any ground beef so I made a mini-muffin tray off half just frozen broth “cubes” and the other half I added a chewy treat stick to it.
I used mini muffin paper cups and poured the broth in. Then simply let it freeze and -voila! Puppy slushies! They were happy!
The second recipe the dogs really loved it! I was a little skeptical because of the amo
unt of yogurt in the recipe but i tried to make that the smallest amount I could and I mean they really liked this treat! They are PB&J pops. It is really cute to see them eat these and the recipe below I made made 2 medium pops which my 2 dogs shared one at a time rather than both at once.
Video from my Youtube page of dog popsicles!
More photos (because it was too cute!!):
The original recipe calls for about twice the amount of ingredients I used – http://doggydessertchef.com/2012/05/28/pbj-pops/
Directions: First Layer 1/4 cup Peanut Butter, 1/2 cup plain YogurtIngredients: 1/4 cup Peanut Butter, 1 cups Strawberri
es, chopped (frozen or fresh), 1/4
cup Blueberries (frozen or fresh), 1 cup plain Yogurt, divided, 2 Rawhide Sti
Add peanut butter and yogurt to a blender or food processor and blend until smoothcks
Second Layer 1 cups Strawberries, chopped, 1/4 cup plain Yogurt
Add strawberries and yogurt to a blender or food processor and blend until smooth
1/2 cup Blueberries, 3/4 cup plain Yogurt
Mix blueberries and yogurt
1. Pour an inch or so of your first layer mixture into the bottom of each cup.2. Allow to freeze for 30 minutes, and insert your rawhide stick.
3. Repeat pouring the layers, allowing them to set 30 minutes in between, until they are all used.
4. Freeze for 8 hours to allow them to fully set.
5. Run wa
rm water around the mold to remove the popsicle.
Makes 2- 4 popsicles.
There are some other great recipes I found but didn’t try including frozen banana peanut butter treats (http://www.food.com/recipe/frozen-banana-treats-for-do
or as Bark Magazine suggested “you can mix together some peanut butter, banana, water (or even coconut/almond milk or yogurt)… On the savory side, use salt-free chicken stock with a little chicken meat with a few chopped herbs. Or for the fruit lovers, you can use blueberries or chopped berries and a little mint—this is great with a yogurt base.” Then just freeze them and remove out of tray for a treat!