These easy homemade banana peach frozen yogurt dog treats are made with just 3 ingredients. A great summer treat for your dogs, you may be tempted to have one yourself!
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ARE BANANAS SAFE FOR DOGS?
Bananas are a great food for dogs and often can be a popular choice in frozen or baked dog treats. Bananas are high in potassium, vitamin B6 and vitamin C, magnesium and biotin. Feed bananas in moderation as fruit does have a sugar content.
CAN DOGS EACH PEACHES?
Always ensure that you remove the peach stones before giving them to your dogs. Peaches are a safe fruit for dogs and a great source of vitamin C and A.
Always wash your fruit to get rid of any pesticides before giving them to your dogs.
All you need is ripe fruit and yogurt for this recipe. Yogurt is high in calcium and protein making it a good snack ingredient for your dog.
We use Greek yogurt for this but try a probiotic coconut yogurt too for a dairy free option. When using yogurt in a dog recipe, check the sugar content as you don't want to give your dog toxic xylitol.
Always check with your veterinarian before introducing any new foods into your dog’s diet.
HOW TO MAKE BANANA PEACH FROZEN DOG TREATS
All you need to make this 3 ingredient frozen dog treat recipe is a blender and an ice tray (or frozen treat molds.
Once you have removed the stone from the peach, peel the banana and chop the fruit, they are processed in a blender with the Greek yogurt.
You then spoon the mixture into ice trays or fun molds and freezer.
Dog Frozen Treat Molds
Silicone frozen treat molds with paw and bone shapes.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Once the treats have frozen, remove them from the ice cube tray or mold and place them in a zip lock bag, then return to the freezer. This keeps them on hand for snacks and is neater to store them. They will last up to 2 months in the freezer
Plain Greek yogurt, plain yogurt, goats yogurt and coconut yogurt are all good options for your dog. The live bacteria in these are good for your dog's digestion.
MORE FROZEN DOG TREAT RECIPES
Give your dog a variety of frozen treats this summer. Some dogs might prefer some fruit over others (one of mine hates watermelon, whilst the others love it)
Banana Peach Frozen Yogurt Dog Treats
- 1 banana ripe
- 1 peach ripe
- 1 cup Greek yogurt
- Peel the banana and cut into pieces.
- Remove the stone from the peach and chop into pieces.
- In a blender, add the chopped peach, banana and Greek yogurt.
- Blend until you have a smooth mixture.
- Pour into an ice cream tray or silicone dog treat tray. Freeze for at least 4 hours.