As well as satisfying that craving, it also adds nutrients to the mix. The smell is also irresistible. It doesn't matter whether your dogs eat them whole or in parts.
Your own homemade granola and peanut butter frozen dog treat recipe can be made easily and quickly using a do-it-yourself approach.
They are extremely easy to make and have been made for dogs before by many passionate pet owners.
In just ten minutes, you can whip up a batch of frozen peanut butter dog treats.
Ruby and Callie are examples of dogs who love to eat everything. They are so obsessed with these, however, that they go bananas over them. They are delicious, and I have tried them.
Peanut butter and granola in a frozen state? What could go wrong?
🦮 Can Dogs Eat Granola
As long as it does not contain harmful ingredients, dogs can eat granola cereal. Puffed brown rice and rolled oats are typical ingredients in dog-friendly grain cereals.
Make sure that the dog food you are feeding him doesn't have harmful ingredients like raisins or chocolate.
Fiber content is also important to consider. If your dog eats too much fiber too fast, it can cause diarrhea.
🐶 How To Make Granola and Peanut Butter Frozen Dog Treats
The easiest way to make dog treats is with just 3 ingredients! These are easy to make since they only require 3 simple ingredients, a silicone mold (of course a dogbone mold will do), and you have to be patient as they firm up. Ruby and Cally go crazy for them!
🥘 Ingredient Notes:
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Here is what you need:
🥣 Supplies Needed:
- Mixing Bowl
- Silicone Dog Molds
These frozen dog treats take just 10 minutes to make! Simply mix the peanut butter and yogurt together.
Feed one to your waiting pup!
🐾 HOW LONG DO HOMEMADE DOG TREATS LAST?
Since they are frozen, you can keep them in the freezer for months. Ruby and Callie love these so much that we go through them pretty quickly, but they should last up to six months.
If you want to store them in a bag, you can pop them out of the mold, or just let them freeze in the mold. They must be kept frozen, otherwise they will become too soft.
🦴 Other Frozen Treat Recipes
Frozen dog treats are some of our favorite treats to make. Not only are they quick and easy, but the dogs love them too!
- 10 Minute Carrot and Apple Frozen Dog Treats
- Cranberry Probiotic Dog Treats
- Ruby Red, White and Blue Dog Treats
👩🏻🍳 Frequently Asked Questions
How Long do Frozen Dog Treats Need to Freeze?
It takes anywhere from 2 to 3 hours in order to set up in the freezer. I like to leave them overnight.
Can I use this Recipe to make Doggie Popsicles?
Definitely! Simply mix the peanut butter and yogurt, place the mixture into ice cream molds, then sprinkle some granola onto the mixture and freeze for 2-3 hours.
What if I don't have any silicone molds?
That's okay. You're only limited to your imagination or what's in your kitchen? Try a cupcake pan, bundt pan, muffin pan? How about plastic cups? The only thing I would avoid is paper cups, as the mixture won't slide out easily and you don't want your dog eating the paper cups.