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Dog Ice Cream Recipes

Dog ice cream recipes? Whenever it's hot outside, we all look for treats to cool us down - our dogs included! With that in mind here are 4 ice cream recipes for you to try out on your very own dogs.



One thing to keep in mind, however, if your dog is lactose intolerant, or allergic to peanuts, please reconsider the recipes below or at least consult with your veterinarian first before trying them out on your dog.

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Also, it is very important to remember to only give your dog small amounts of treats at any time! With all that in mind, here are the 4 Dog Ice Cream recipes I promised you - in no particular order. I hope you and your dog both enjoys these new new tasty treats.



Pupsicles - Dog ice cream Recipe

Source: www.dog-pound.net

2 cups low salt beef or chicken broth
2/3 cup water
2 or 3 ice cube trays
Small rawhide sticks

Mix water with beef or chicken broth and pour into ice cube trays. Place in freezer and serve cold. Add a rawhide stick halfway through the freezing. This recipe is quick, easy, and fun. It's probably best to serve this dish outside.




Doggie Ice Cream Recipe

Source: www.bone-a-fido.com

2 cups vanilla yogurt (or plain low-fat)
Mashed bananas
2 tablespoons honey
Mix ingredients and freeze in ice cube tray. Voila...sweet, cool bite-size treats for your pooch!




Frosty Paws Ice Cream and Birthday Cake

Source: www.collargirl.com

32 oz. plain yogurt
1 mashed banana
2 T p'nut butter
2 T honey

It’s true dairy products aren’t good for dogs, but yogurt contains much less lactase than regular milk and the live cultures are great for your dog’s digestive system. This dog ice cream recipe is delicious and good for your pet!

1. Mix all these ingredients in your blender, then dump into ice cube trays, paper cups, or even a kong toy to freeze and serve.

2. If you want to go all out for your mutt you can freeze these homemade frosty paws just like you would homemade ice cream. A salt-less automatic ice cream maker makes this as easy as using any other appliance in your home and the frosty paws will be ready to serve in 10 minutes.

For the ultimate treat, appropriate for desert at a doggy birthday party, follow steps one and two, then take the mostly frozen dog ice cream product of number two and spread it 1” to 1˝” thick on wax paper. Freeze for five minutes and then remove dog ice cream from freezer. Next, use a paw shaped cookie cutter to cut a paw shaped “frosty paws”, remove ice cream around edges, and return paw shapes to the freezer to freeze solid.

NOTE: This can also be made with baby meat instead of the fruit and peanut butter.



Doggie Dessert recipe

Source: www.recipegoldmine.com

4 cups rice milk
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
1 tablespoon honey or peanut butter

Set paper cupcake liners into a muffin tin. In a large bowl, stir together all ingredients. Use a cup with a spout to pour the mixture into the muffin cups. Freeze.

To serve, remove paper liner and place treat in dog or cat bowl.

For a double treat, place a miniature dog biscuit in the filled muffin tin before freezing.



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