Homemade Frozen Banana, Yogurt and Flax Dog Treats
Homemade Banana Yogurt Frozen Flax Pup Pops Dog Treats. Healthy and delicious flax pup pops your dog is sure to love!
Dog's love these easy to make homemade frozen banana & flax dog treats. These frozen dog treats are a nice, refreshing treat for a hot summer day. By using flaxseed, frozen treats that are packed with nutrition are a great way to give your pup some love.
If your dog is anything like mine, Ruby and Callie, treats are their life. Just say “Do you want a cookie? They come running from wherever they are in the house. Both my dogs can be asleep on the other side of the house and still wake up at the sound of the cookie jar opening!
I like to make frozen dog treats for my dogs when it's hot outside. You mix everything together and mold them in silicone molds - it couldn't be simpler.
Can Dog's have Flaxseed Meal?
Is it okay for my dog to eat flaxseeds? Definitely! Flaxseed is rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids. The fatty acids in these foods help keep your dog's coat and skin healthy.
📋 How to Make Banana, Yogurt and Flax Pup Pops
- Makes - this depends on the size of the molds you use. I got about 24 dog treats out of this recipe.
- Time - only 8 minutes to make these treats. Plus about 3 hours in the freezer.
- Skill Level - super easy.
🥣 Supplies Used
Yogurt - I prefer to use plain Greek yogurt.
Banana - the best banana is one that is over-ripe.
Flaxseed Meal - flaxseed meal is full of Omega and antioxidants.
📖 Easy Directions
You can't get any simpler than mixing your over ripe banana, yogurt and flaxseed into your blender or NutriBullet.
Mix until liquidy and then pour into your doggie molds.
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Printable Banana, Yogurt and Flax Pup Pops
Healthy and tail-wagging banana and yogurt dog treats.
- 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
- 1 over ripe banana
- ¼ cup Flaxseed meal
Step 1: Peel the banana and and then add banana, yogurt and flaxseed into the blender.
Step 2: Blend on high until everything is fully mixed.
Step 3: Lay molds on a cookie sheet and then fill them with the mixture.
Step 4: Place the cookie sheet with molds in the freezer until fully frozen. Normally around 3 hours. When frozen remove from molds and store in an airtight container in the freezer.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 16Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 4mgCarbohydrates: 2gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g
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