Tropical frozen dog treats are made with just 3 ingredients and are a colorful and flavorful treat for a hot day.
These homemade frozen dog treats made with mango and pineapple are quick and easy to make. My dogs loved them but they are also Caribbean dogs so seem to love these fruits naturally too!
Can Dogs Have Mango?
Mangos are a great natural treat for your dog but should be given in moderation as with any fruits. Always remove the skin and the pit before feeding to the dog as these are not digestible for dogs.
The health benefits of mangos for your dog is that they are high in fiber, Vitamin C and K, full of antioxidants and have a high water content.
If your dog is diabetic, mangos and pineapple are not a good option. Check with your vet before feeding them any tropical fruit.
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.
Can My Dog Eat Pineapple?
Raw pineapple is a great fruit to give your dog as it is full of vitamin C & B6, Manganese, Potassium and fiber. As with mango, it also has a high water content. A refreshing summer treat served raw too!
This is a frozen 3 ingredient dog treat. Simple to make and is devoured in seconds!
- Mango - the recipe card is for 1 cup of chopped mango, which is about a medium sized mango with the skin and stone removed.
- Pineapple - Fresh pineapple is preferable to canned as the treat should be natural with no added sugars. Remove the skin and any tough cores.
- Greek Yogurt - Greek yogurt can be enjoyed by dogs as it has less lactose than plain yogurt. Plain low fat yogurt or even coconut yogurt could be substituted.
How to make fruity frozen dog treats
I love these type of homemade dog treats that are they are so easy to make and to keep on hand when my pack are looking at me with large beseeching eyes! A bag or two are kept in our fridge most days. Just 3 ingredients keep this dog treat recipe simple.
It's as simple as placing all the ingredients in a blender and blitz. Then pour into a silicone mold or even an ice cube tray. We use a fun shaped paw and bone mold but as ever, it's more for us than the dogs!
Dog Frozen Treat Molds
Silicone frozen treat molds with paw and bone shapes.
Never use mangoes that have gone bad as that can cause digestive issues. The mangoes should be ripe but not overripe.
More frozen dog treat recipes
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Mango Pineapple Frozen Dog Treat
- 1 cup mango chopped
- 1 cup pineapple chopped
- 1 cup Greek yogurt
- In a blender, add the chopped mango, 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.