Watermelon Pupsicles & Kong Toy Recipe
Updated: Sep 8, 2022
Here is a super simple 2 ingredient watermelon pupsicles & Kong toy recipe.
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This frozen treat is perfect for those super hot summer days.
Watermelon has a lot of vitamins A, C and B6, potassium, fiber and lots of water, which makes it a great treat for summer.
Of course you can feed your dog watermelon without making it into a treat.
Most dogs love to eat fresh watermelon, but be sure to remove all the seeds and the green rim, as they can cause bad stomach issues if digested.
Note: this recipe is for a large six hole dog paw mold, but you can also use a mold like this.
2 slice of watermelon (see picture above)
1/3 cup water or plain yoghurt
I’m using water because my dog is sensitive to dairy, but you can also use organic plain yoghurt instead of water.
Blend ingredients together and pour it in the mold.
Best if you let it freeze overnight.
Watermelon Kong Toy Filling
If your dog loves to play in the backyard, you should try this awesome treat!
I don’t recommend it for indoor use because as the watermelon filling melts, it will make a big mess.
How much watermelon you need will depend on the size of your Kong toy.
I used about 2 not so big watermelon slices for my large Kong toy.
You can either make it plain watermelon, or you can add yoghurt to it just like above.
Blend ingredients together.
Now, the Kong toy has 2 holes.
A small one on top, and a big one on the bottom.
You need to fill the top hole with something so your filling doesn’t come out while in the freezer.
What I do is I take a piece of Pup-peroni dog treat, and place it in the small hole. It’s the perfect size (for a large Kong toy).
Once the small hole is filled, pour the watermelon mixture in the mold through the big hole, and place it in the freezer.
Let it sit overnight
There isn’t really a wrong way of doing it.
Just make sure you remove all the watermelon seeds!
If you liked this simple frozen treat recipe, check out my other article on how to make a Strawberry & Banana Frozen Treat.