There’s nothing better than when Ruby, Callie and I just come back from a long walk on a hot day to share a homemade frozen dog treat that’s not only good for the dogs, but for people too!
Yes, seriously! You can enjoy this homemade pupsicle as much as your dogs will enjoy their cantaloupe and yogurt pupsicle.
Does your dog like ice cubes? These frozen cantaloupe dog treats are so much better than giving your dog an ice cube and just as much fun.
Not only does this recipe make for a healthy snack, but it’s the perfect for your pups to enjoy on a hot or even a chilly day.
Ruby, Callie and I think you’ll agree when I say that this is a healthy treat!
🍈What Other Fruits Can I Use in Frozen Pupsicles?
Making frozen treats for your dog can be as simple or as complicated as you want. With a variety of ingredients on hand and different flavors your dog prefers, you can whip up a range of creative treats.
Really, the number of frozen dog treats you create is limited only by your imagination. You can easily enjoy summer with your dog by making pupsicles with any current seasonal fruit.
Here are a few other flavors to try:
📖 How to Make Frozen Cantaloupe and Yogurt Pupsicles
Besides being easy to make, these treats are also healthy for you as well as your dog. Just in case you're tempted to try one.
📋 Ingredient Notes
Plain Yogurt - The best kind of yogurt for your dogs are the plain or even non-fat plain. Just be sure it’s yogurt with no xylitol or artificial preservatives or any sweeteners. I always choose the Fage Plain Greek Yogurt.
Fresh Diced Cantaloupe - Nutritionally rich, low in calories, and high in fiber and water, cantaloupe is an excellent source of nutrients.
Stick Dog Treats - You can use any dog stick or bully stick for these homemade frozen dog treats.
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🥣 Supplies Used
- Ice Mold - or you can use any type of cute doggie silicone molds like the paw prints or dog bone silicone molds.
- Small bowl
Full directions are located in the printable recipe card below.
This recipe couldn't be easier! Simply mix the yogurt and cantaloupe in a blender.
Place into the freezer for a couple of hours and you and your pup enjoy these homemade frozen dog treats.
🍓 Other Frozen Dog Treats
- Frozen Chicken Blueberry Pup Pops
- Red, White and Blue Ruby Dog Treats
- Carrot and Apple Frozen Dog Treats
👩🏻🍳 Printable Callie's Cantaloupe and Yogurt Pupsicles
- ½ cup plain yogurt
- 1 cup fresh diced cantaloupe
- 2-3 stick dog treats
- Add yogurt and cantaloupe to the blender.
- Mix the blender on high until it is fully blended and smooth.
- Pour blended mixture into molds. Leave just a little space at the top so it does not overflow on the next step.
- Cut pieces of the stick treats and place them in each mold to make a popsicle stick. This is an optional step if you want to skip it you can.
- Place in freezer and allow to freeze for at least 2 hours or until frozen solid.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 19Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 43mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g
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