5 Best DIY Dog Popsicle Recipes

As we transition from Spring to Summer, your dog may want a nice cool treat after adventuring out in the sunny warm weather. The best summer treats you can give to your dog are dog-friendly popsicles. You can make it yourself at home and it will only take you a few minutes. Making homemade dog popsicles can be very fun and rewarding. In this blog, we give you 5 two-ingredient dog popsicle recipes that are simple to make so your dog can enjoy a nice cool treat on those super hot sunny days. 

Overview of what we used to make the dog popsicles: 

  • Cucumbers
  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Peaches
  • Plain Yogurt
  • Plain Oat milk (or goat's milk)
  • Dog-Safe Chicken Broth
  • Popsicle Silicone Mold with popsicle sticks

Recipe #1 Cucumber and Chicken Broth Dog Popsicle

  1. Slice 1 cucumber and put it in the blender (save some cucumber for later)  with 1/3 cup of dog-safe chicken broth and blend.
  2. Place popsicle sticks in the silicone mold.
  3. Grab cucumber slices and put them in the silicone mold.
  4. Pour cucumber and chicken broth mixture into silicone mold. (TIP: place a tray underneath your popsicle mold to carry it easier to the freezer.)
  5. Place the popsicle silicone mold into the freezer and freeze until solid. (about 2-3 hours).
  6. Carefully, remove the dog popsicles from the silicone mold and let your pup enjoy them!

Recipe #2 Strawberry and Yogurt Dog Popsicle 

  1. Cut up 2 strawberries and put them in the blender with 2 tablespoons of plain yogurt and blend.
  2. Place popsicle sticks in the silicone mold.
  3. Grab a few blueberries and put them in the silicone mold.
  4. Pour strawberry yogurt mixture into a silicone mold.
  5. Place the popsicle silicone mold into the freezer and freeze until solid. (about 2-3 hours).
  6. Carefully, remove the dog popsicles from the silicone mold and let your pup enjoy them!

Recipe #3 "Peaches and Cream" Dog Popsicle

  1. Get 1 peach and remove the pit and skin. Slice the peach and put it into the blender with plain oat milk (or goat's milk) and blend.
  2. Place popsicle sticks in the silicone mold.
  3. Pour strawberry yogurt mixture into a silicone mold.
  4. Place the popsicle silicone mold into the freezer and freeze until solid. (about 2-3 hours).
  5. Carefully, remove the dog popsicles from the silicone mold and let your pup enjoy them!

Recipe #4 Cucumber and Yogurt Dog Popsicle

  1. Slice 1 cucumber and put it in the blender with 2 tablespoons of plain yogurt and blend.
  2. Place popsicle sticks and a few sliced strawberries in the silicone mold.
  3. Pour cucumber-yogurt mixture into a silicone mold.
  4. Place the popsicle silicone mold into the freezer and freeze until solid. (about 2-3 hours).
  5. Carefully, remove the dog popsicles from the silicone mold and let your pup enjoy them!

Recipe #5 Peach and Strawberry Dog Popsicle

  1. Get 1 peach and remove the pit and skin. Slice the peach and put it into the blender with a handful of sliced strawberries and water. Blend together.
  2. Place popsicle sticks and a few sliced strawberries (optional) in the silicone mold.
  3. Pour peach strawberry mixture into a silicone mold.
  4. Place the popsicle silicone mold into the freezer and freeze until solid. (about 2-3 hours).
  5. Carefully, remove the dog popsicles from the silicone mold and let your pup enjoy them!

So as we have seen, making homemade dog popsicles is easy and inexpensive activity to do. Hope that you enjoyed our article and will try out making it at home for your pup because they make a great post-walk treat and you will love how it cools down your dog on that hot day. Check out our Instagram page for the how-to videos and more frozen dog treat recipes!

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