Dog ice cream is in, come and grab a little treat!
This dog ice cream recipe is homemade, and it is much better than any commercial brand because it has real ingredients and made with lots of love!
Did you know that July 15 is National Ice Cream Day?
Chef Bella is presenting her ice cream recipe a perfect little frozen treat.
In celebration of this yummy festivity Chef, Bella and I decided to test some recipes in our pet test kitchen and develop a yummy dog ice cream recipe. This dog-friendly treat is super easy to make, and everyone at home can enjoy it, not only the pups but their humans too.
A four-ingredients Dog Ice Cream Recipe!
This pooch-friendly ice cream recipe has only four ingredients: A ripe banana, almond butter, almond milk, and French-style plain yogurt, all easy to find at the supermarket. All components are blended and then added to an ice tray. Freeze overnight, and the following day you can enjoy yourself with the whole family. A perfect little treat that everyone will enjoy.
Frozen pet treat for National Ice Cream Day
Bella loves these homemade frozen treats but only gets one every other day. You know, we have to keep it balanced and not indulge too much. We don’t know when dog ice cream first appeared, but we think it is a genius idea, especially during the summertime.
My family enjoys ice pops and ice cream, but our dogs also like a treat from time to time. I used to freeze bananas, cut in rounds, and feed them so that everyone could enjoy something sweet without indulging too much.
Until I started testing dog-friendly recipes at home discovered that blending almond butter, bananas, yogurt, and almond milk results in bite-size frozen dog treats when using ice trays.
Make this simple and easy recipe for frozen dog treats made with real ingredients. You can make this at home and share it with all the family. Dogs and humans love these ice cream bites because they are yummy, have a real banana and almond butter.
A true treat for everyone, make this fun recipe for your pet family!
Dog Ice Cream
- 1 banana ripen
- 2 teaspoons french plain yogurt
- 1 tablespoon almond butter no sugar, plain raw
- 1/4 cup almond milk
- Blend all ingredients and pour into an ice tray.
- Freeze overnight minimum 12 hours.
- This recipe is all natural, and humans can eat this dog ice cream too.
- Replace French yogurt for Greek yogurt use plain with no sugar or other additives.
- Almond butter needs to be raw with no sugar or other additives.
- If using peanut butter as a replacement, make sure to use raw with no chemicals, sugar and or other additives as those are harmful to dogs.
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14 thoughts on “Dog Ice Cream Recipe, a yummy little treat”
I have never tried ice cream with Layla that is doggy ice cream and maybe your post will push me to make some for her and see how she likes it, thanks for the great idea
Jack loves ice cream and when we lived in Florida we used to buy it from the supermarket, here I can’t get ready made. Back then I wasn’t as diligent about reading labels as I am now so I definitely prefer to make it myself. A couple of weeks ago I made some, he sniffed, took a lick and walked away. Perhaps this one will appeal to him, although I don’t know what French plain yogurt is. I imagine any plain will do. I’m going to give it a try!
Hi Hindy French style yogurt is alike Greek yogurt. Since this is for dogs it is recommended to use a high protein yogurt and both Greek and French are and when using plain it doesn’t have sugar as I am recommending not to add any sugar to and use plain high protein yogurt for this recipe. Hoping this clarifies.
I think my dogs would love this treat! I like that it doesn’t have sugar in it.
Oh my goodness, that sounds so yummy and healthy. Gotta try this.
Great professional looking pictures! That recipe sounds easy and delicious for the pups. A well done post!
They look so cute, almost human tempting treats AND I just thought they look like human chocolates from a proper ‘chocolatier’ – so posh and top of the market!
I know a lot of dog owners welcome easy to make dog treats and one that is perfect for the summer (when you don’t want to do anything much yourself!) has to be a win WIN for the pups!!
Sadly, we missed national ice cream day. This looks delicious and easy to make for the pups!
Great easy to try recipe, not only that, all the ingredients are easy to find in your local supermarket! I’ll have to give this one a try for our two dogs as we have having exceptionally warm weather here!
This sounds like a great recipe that both humans and their dogs can share on a hot summer day! I’m going to share this with my mom and sister so they can make it for their dogs.
I love the fact that it’s done in moulds. That way I can try and find some small enough for itty bitty Chi mouths.
Thanks for sharing this refreshing ice cream treat, I think my dogs would like it a lot. I love the ice trays too, they’re adorable! Bella looks so cute in her little chef’s hat, love it!
What a delicious simple treat and easy to make! And I had no idea July 15th was National Ice Cream day! This is a great way to help beat the summer heat.
Looks like a great recipe! It’s been a long time since I gave Buffy ice cream. She really does have to watch her weight. Actually, I do, she would love to watch it go up! I like that you can freeze them and give out one a day. Also great that it includes real ingredients.