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Strawberry & Banana Frozen Dog Treat

Updated: Sep 8, 2022

Here is a simple and tasty strawberry & banana frozen dog treat recipe.

Let me know in the comments if your pup liked it!

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Are you and your dog tired of this summer heat yet?

We live in the hot and humid State of Florida, and going out on a walk in summer can be a real torture. Most of the time Yuki (my Beagle) doesn’t even want to play outside.

So I decided to make some tasty frozen dog treats to help him survive the heat.

They are not only tasty, but also healthy, which is very important. Especially right now with this virus and all.

Note: In this blog I’ll only show you how to make frozen treats from strawberries and bananas. But you can make it from any fruit that is safe for dogs.

Read my article called Safe Fruits For Dogs, to find out which fruits are safe for dogs.

Strawberries have a lot of vitamins and fiber, and its full of antioxidants which strengthens the dog’s immune system making it an excellent fruit to make treats out of.

It’s low in calories, so it also helps in weight management.

I personally recommend you buying fresh organic strawberries to make sure there are no pesticides on it (or who knows what else they do with non-organic fruits).

If you can’t buy them organic, at least wash it very thoroughly before giving it to your pup.

pink molds shaped like dog paws with a fork placed on top to show the size of the molds

Note: Not every treat mold the same. I have a dog paw treat mold with 6 holes (see picture), so this recipe is measured for that. Please adjust your recipe for your mold if it’s smaller or bigger.

You can purchase a mold like this online.

I personally love this mold because it’s not too small, and makes a good size treat for a medium size dog (35 pounds dog).

Here are some Strawberry frozen treats:

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Dog Treat

Make sure the yogurt is plain, no sugar or flavors added, and preferably it should be Organic.


6 pieces of ripe strawberry

1/2 Cup plain yogurt

Blend the strawberry and the yogurt together until smooth and pour it in the mold.

Place in in the freezer for several hours or overnight.

Frozen Strawberry Dog Treat (no yogurt)

My dog unfortunately can’t have any diary products. So I also have a very simple recipe that doesn’t require yogurt.


5 pieces of sweet ripe strawberry

1/3 cup water

Make sure strawberry is ripe. Your pup might not like it if the strawberry is sour.

Blend the strawberry and the water together until smooth and pour it in the mold.

Place in in the freezer for several hours.

Frozen Banana Dog Treats

Bananas have a lot of potassium, fiber, magnesium, Vitamin C and B6, which also makes it a great summer treat.

Also Magnesium helps bone growth, so this treat is especially great for puppies.

However keep in mind that since bananas have naturally a lot of sugar, you can’t give your dog too much. He might get an upset tummy. So give him this treat in moderation.

For example, when I make this, I only give my 27 pound Beagle 1 banana treat a day.

But if you give it to him in moderation you shouldn’t have any problems.

So here is the recipe:

Banana and Peanut Butter Frozen Dog Treat

1 ripe banana

2 teaspoon Organic Peanut Butter

1/3 cup water

Note: Make sure the peanut butter has no sweeteners and no salt. Look at the label and make sure there is no Xylitol listed as an ingredient. Some peanut butters have Xylitol as a substitute for sugar which is very toxic for dogs. Even a little bit of Xylitol can be fatal.

Blend the ingredients together until smooth, then pour in into the mold and freeze it.

Very simple but very yummy. Your puppy will love it.

Strawberry & Banana Frozen Yogurt Dog Treat

This one will be your pup’s favorite.

What you need is

6 pieces of ripe strawberry

2 bananas

1 1/2 cup plain yogurt

1/4 cup organic milk (or water is fine too)

Blend the ingredients together and pour it into the mold.

Let it freeze.

Of course you can play with this ingredients however you want. There is really no wrong way of making it.

Just make sure there are no artificial sweeteners, sugars, colorings and especially Xylitol in the yogurt and peanut butter, and the best is if they are organic.

I hope your pup will like this treats.