Just 3 ingredients make these frozen pineapple peach dog treats for a hot summer's day. Keep a batch on hand in the freezer for the occasional treat.
Pineapple and peach make a great fruit flavor combination for the summer and you might be tempted to enjoy one or two of these frozen dog treats yourself!
IS PINEAPPLE SAFE FOR DOGS?
Pineapple is a great fruit for dogs and it's high water content make it a great fruit for summer with extra hydration.
Pineapple is high in fiber, vitamin C and antioxidants that are all good for your dog. As with any fruit, serve in small portions so not to upset your dog's stomach.
CAN DOGS EAT PEACHES?
Peaches are a great summer fruit for your dog to enjoy. The stone must be removed from the peach before giving it to your dog as it's a potential choking hazard.
Peaches are a great source of vitamins C and A for dogs as well as being a good source of fiber.
Remember to go slowly when introducing new foods. And we recommend checking with your veterinarian first if your dog has any digestive issues or other health concerns.
The 3 ingredients used to make these frozen dog treats are:
- Pineapple - We prefer to use fresh pineapple rather than tinned because of the sugar syrup in tinned.
- Peaches - Remove the stones
- Yogurt - We use Greek yogurt but natural or coconut yogurt can be used.
HOW TO MAKE FROZEN YOGURT DOG TREATS
These dog treats as so easy to make. Once you have removed the stone from the peach, cut the rind and stalk from the pineapple they are processed in a blender with the yogurt.
Then place the mixture into ice trays or fun molds.
Dog Frozen Treat Molds
Silicone frozen treat molds with paw and bone shapes.
Once the pineapple peach treats have frozen, remove them from their molds or ice tray and store them in a zip lock bag in the freezer for future snacking.
MORE FROZEN DOG TREAT RECIPES
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Frozen Pineapple Peach Dog Treats
- 1 peach
- 1 cup pineapple chunks
- 1 cup Greek yogurt
- Remove the stone from the peach and chop into pieces.
- In a blender, add the chopped peach, pineapple 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.
The information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator.