This tasty Dog Ice Cream recipe is one your fur babies will want over and over again! 4-ingredient ice cream with a dog treat stick. So fun for your dogs who always love getting a special treat!
Dog Ice Cream
We completely LOVE our two golden retrievers, Cindy and Chase. I have a special Dog Treat recipe they get so excited about. This “Pupscream” is one of their favorites, especially during the warmer months!
- Banana – bananas make a thick, creamy dessert without any eggs or cream!
- Greek yogurt – Greek yogurt has less lactose and may be more easily digested than plain. Plain unsweetened regular yogurt will work too.
- Organic peanut butter – Be sure that your peanut butter doesn’t include any artificial sweeteners like xylitol, which is toxic for dogs
- Milk-Bone dog treats – or any treat of choice to use for the stick
- Pumpkin puree
Place the banana, yogurt, and peanut butter into the blender.
Blend the ice cream mixture for about a minute or until it is creamy and smooth!
How to Make Ice Cream for Dogs
If you don’t have extra ice cube trays, place the blended ice cream into a freezer-safe container. Then, you can scoop and serve it into their dog bowls!
Spoon the blended mixture into the trays. Be sure to not overflow the trays because you’ll need a little extra space for the dog bone treat.
Stick the dog bone treats into the ice cube trays. Place the trays in the freezer for about 2-3 hours.
About 30 minutes into freezing, check to make sure all of the dog bones are still standing up straight. You can adjust them at this point to be straight again if they’ve tipped a little bit.
Absolutely! We have 2 golden retrievers so they can gobble up these treats quickly. For smaller dogs or if you have 1 dog, consider cutting the recipe in half:
1/4 cup of organic peanut butter
16 ounces of plain Greek yogurt
Dog Ice Cream Recipe
Ice cube Trays
Place the banana, peanut butter, and Greek yogurt in the blender
Blend for about a minute until the texture is smooth and creamy
Spoon the ice cream mixture into ice cream trays
Stick Milk-Bone dog biscuits into the ice cube trays
Freeze for 2 or 3 hours
Note: If you don’t have extra ice cube trays, consider placing the mixture into a freezer-safe container. Then, you can scoop and serve the ice cream into their dog bowls!