Frozen Dog Treats

Frozen dog treats are loved by most dogs!  Even if it is just an ice cube, they go nuts over it.

I like to make all of my frozen goodies inside of an ice cube tray.  Even though Golden Retrievers are big dogs, this size seems to work well for them.

If you do want to make a larger size, you can easily make these inside of some small, disposable cups.

Making frozen treats for dogs, is quick and easy, which is another great thing I love about them!

Here are 4 recipes to get you started.

Super Simple Ice Cube Treats

* chicken broth

* Milkbone dog biscuits (or other dog biscuit)

Simply pour the broth into a tray or container.  Drop a small Milkbone dog biscuit in on top.  The small sizes will fit into the individual compartments.

If you use large Milkbones, simply break them into a couple of smaller pieces.  The pieces will float to the top.


Apple Yogurt Frozen Treats

* 1/2 cup applesauce

* 1/2 cup chopped apple

* 1 cup non-fat yogurt

Mix all together and spoon into ice cube trays or small disposable cups and freeze until firm.

Meat Flavored Frozen Dog Cubes

With a fork, stir one jar of beef baby food meat into 1/2 can of beef broth. 

Pour into containers of your choice and freeze.

Frozen Peanut Butter Surprise Treats

* 1 cup non fat yogurt

* 2 TBSP peanut butter

* 1/4 cup chopped bananas

Put peanut butter into a bowl and microwave for about 30 seconds, until soft.

Add yogurt and bananas to it and blend well. 

Spoon into trays or desired containers and freeze.

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