Are you searching for homemade dog treat recipes that are healthy? There are just three ingredients in these easy to make frozen peanut butter granola dog treats.
For today's cooking recipe, we're making a twist on homemade frozen dog treats by using peanut butter, yogurt and granola!
With a quick and easy do-it-yourself approach, you can soon have your own favorite homemade frozen peanut butter granola dog treat recipe.
It is a great way to satisfy that craving and to add nutrients to the mix at the same time. There is also an irresistible smell. It doesn't matter whether your dogs eat them whole or in parts.
Enthusiastic and experienced pet owners have made them for their dogs before, and they’re very simple to make.
🐶 Quick and Easy Frozen Peanut Butter Granola Dog Treats
These dog treats are so easy to make that you can whip up a batch of frozen peanut butter dog treats in about ten minutes.
It costs less than $1.50 for these peanut butter treats. There isn't an entire bag of treats in this, it's only 12 and usually I don't give Ruby or Callie a whole treat at once.
They taste great. If your dog is anything like Ruby and Callie, he will eat everything. However, they love these so much that they go crazy for them. I have tried them and they are delicious.
Peanut butter, yogurt and granola in a frozen state? What could go wrong?
In the absence of a dog, I don't think I should judge if you cook them yourself or eat them yourself.
🐾 Can Dog's Eat Granola?
Granola cereal is safe for dogs to eat so long as there are no harmful ingredients in it. Granola cereals are typically made from rolled oats and puffed brown rice - both of which are safe for dogs to eat.
Make sure that the dog food you are feeding him doesn't have harmful ingredients like raisins or chocolate.
You should also pay attention to the fiber content. It can cause diarrhea if your dog eats too much fiber too fast.
🐩 How to Make Frozen Peanut Butter Granola Dog Treats
There's no easier way to make dog treats than with just 3 ingredients! It only takes 3 simple ingredients, a silicone mold (I mean, you have to get a dog mold haha), and a little patience for them to firm up.
Ruby and Cally go crazy for them!
🥘 Ingredient Notes:
Here is what you need:
It can't get simpler than that!
🥣 Supplies Needed:
- Large mixing bowl
- Silicone molds
This is one of the easiest recipes to make. Simply mix the peanut butter and yogurt in a bowl.
Place it into the freezer for at least 3 hours and feed to your good puppy!
👩🏻🍳 Frequently Asked Questions
Can I make these into peanut butter popsicles for dogs? (Pupsicles)
Absolutely! Simply layer your peanut butter and yogurt mixture, or just plain peanut butter into ice pop molds. Then top off with a layer of granola and freeze.
How long do I need to freeze frozen dog treats?
At minimum they will need at least 2-3 hours to freeze completely. I like to put them into the freezer overnight just to make sure they are good and frozen.
What if I don't have any silicone molds?
That's okay. There's so many options. You can use plain plastic cups, mini cupcake pans, mini bundt loaf pans. It's only limited to your imagination. I would not suggest paper cups, because they frozen treats won't slide out of the cup.
🦴 Other Frozen Dog Treat Recipes
- ½ Cup Plain Non-Fat Greek Yogurt
- ½ Cup Peanut Butter, Creamy or Crunchy
- ¼ Cup Blueberry Granola
1. Combine Greek yogurt and peanut butter. Spoon into molds and press down to fill. Sprinkle with granola and pat down to stick.
2. Place in freezer for 3 hours or overnight. Unmold and store in airtight container in freezer.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 61Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 36mgCarbohydrates: 4gFiber: 1gSugar: 2gProtein: 3g
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