These 3 ingredient dog treats are easy to make and a favorite of dogs everywhere.

Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats Recipe

June 09 , 2016 by: Jessica Pinney Dog Food

Our poor little dog, Pearl, has to smell the wonderful things we cook all the time. It must be torture to have all those wonderful smells penetrating your nasal cavities knowing that you won’t get any.

Yes, life for Pearl is pretty tough. You should definitely feel bad for her.

Sometimes she even has to go on trips with us and stay at nice hotels, or ring in the New Year on the Queen Mary.

Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats. Pearl the Pomchi.

Like a good mom, I can’t talk about her without showing a baby photo. Just look at that lil’ face!

Homemade Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats Recipe

Because she’s such a good girl despite having it so rough, I thought she deserved some Cooking With Janica recipes too.

Homemade Yogur Peanut Butter Banana Frozen Dog Treats. Easy to follow recipe instructions and video.

I like to keep dog treat recipes very simple. This is one of my favorites as it has only 3 ingredients.

Making them is pretty simple, you just throw all of the ingredients into a food processor and blend.

Blend all the ingredients together to make yogurt peanut butter banana dog treats.

Then fill up a silicone mold (I use this one) or an ice cube tray and freeze for two hours.

Fill up mold to make frozen yogurt peanut butter banana dog treats.

How simple is that?!

Homemade yogurt peanut butter banana dog treats out of the freezer.

Because these dog treats are frozen instead of baked, they are perfect for summertime. You don’t have to turn on the oven, and your pup gets a tasty treat that cools him/her down.

I hope your furry friend enjoys these treats as much as Pearl does. (Catch her chowing down on one in the the video below!)

These dog treats are so easy to make because they require only three ingredients and no baking.

Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana

Dog Treats Recipe


Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats Recipe

These 3 ingredient dog treats are easy to make and a favorite of dogs everywhere.

4.9 from 8 reviews

  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Cook Time: 2 hours
  • Total Time: 2 hours 5 mins


  • 32 oz Plain Yogurt
  • 3 Tablespoons Peanut Butter
  • 1 Large Banana, sliced
  • 1 Tablespoon Honey (optional)


  1. Put all ingredients into a food processor or blender. Blend until creamy.
  2. Fill a silicone mold or an ice cube tray.
  3. Freeze for at least 2 hours.
  4. Pop out of molds and serve to your furry best friend. Keep leftovers in an airtight container in the freezer.


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  • Can not wait to try

  • Using the paw print mold, how many treats does your recipe yield? Thanks!

  • Could you add brewer’s yeast to help with fleas?

  • I have never used brewer’s yeast, but after reading about it I don’t see why not. If you try it please let us know how it goes!

  • I have made a treat with just brewer’s yeast and coconut oil in It. The dogs ate it but it was almost a bribe so I wanted to add something they would like more flavorful. They just can’t have to much brewer’s yeast. I will try it and let you know how it goes.

  • I just wanted to know how long I can keep the treats in the freezer.


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  • I can’t seem to get the recipe. Do you use just plain yogurt?

  • What do you mean, Sally? Yes it is just plain yogurt.

  • Where can I get that “paw” silicon mold?

  • I got mine on Amazon. If you have trouble finding it I have a link to it in the recipe, as well as in the intro before the recipe.

  • i have been looking for the recipe for this. Where is it hiding?

  • Did you click on the bar that said “read more”?

  • Pearl is precious. Thanks for the recipe.

  • The paw print mold is made by It turns out perfect little paws. Easy to clean too. I use it all the time. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

  • Please read the peanut butter ingredient list. Some brands are now being sweetened with zylitol which is bad for dogs. Otherwise, I am sure all three of our dogs – even the finicky Jack Russell – will love these.

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  • I don’t have a dog, but these look delicious for people too.

  • Thanks I will be trying this recipe tomorrow for my little chipoo Bella. She loves peanut butter.

  • I hope Bella enjoys them!

  • Hi Jessica! After making these and the initial freeze- what is the recommended shelf life? Can we store them on the counter do they need to be kept frozen? Thx!

  • Hi Casey! You will definitely want to keep them frozen.

    I have kept mine as long as 3 weeks and they were still fine. They may get a little “icy” on the outside, but my dog doesn’t seem to mind 🙂

  • How much is 32oz in mL? I’m planning to make this treat for my little dog. Greetings from Canada!

  • Im gonna use the dog butter instead of pb its better for them and my dogs love it. They practically try to bite the spoon to get it lol

  • Do you use plain regular yogurt or plain Greek yogurt? The consistency from the video looks like it would be Greek yogurt. Can either be used? Also how many paw print moods does this recipe make? Thank you!

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  • As someone else mentioned, can I use plain Greek yogurt instead?

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  • Adorable doggy! So cute!!

  • We just made these. I cut the recipe in half and it made a little over a full ice tray. So naturally the pups got to eat the leftovers and lick the bowl clean. They loved it! And im sure they will love it when it is frozen too. (I even tried some and it was in fact quite delicious) Going to be a great treat for hot summer days! Thank you for the recipe!

  • 32 oz is 909 mL.

  • omg!! Sounds amazing!!!!!!!!!!!:):)

  • We use brewers yeast. Neither of our two dogs have had a flea or tick, knock on wood. .
    Some dogs like coconut oil straight up and some do not.. I make the cc. oil + brewer’s y. treatsvin a gummy bear mold. They LOVE them :))

    If you can find organic peanut butter the only ingredient is peanuts. No sugar. No salt. No worries! ♡

  • I made a batch of these for all the fur-babies in the family. My husband and I have Coco, a doxi-terrier mix, then there’s Henny Penny a mini doxi, Stella a manchester terrier mix, Shadow a black lab, and Izzy a yellow lab. They ALL love their ice cream treaties!!! Thanks for sharing your recipe! Ruff Ruff!!

  • So glad your dogs enjoyed it, Tammy!

  • Can I use vanilla yogurt to make these?

  • I’m sure that would be fine. I do try to avoid yogurt with added sugar.

  • I would just stick with plain. The added sugar and flavor is not necessary, and every dog recipe I have ever seen has specifically said plain..
    🙂 <3

  • Can you add fresh mint and parsley to these to help with breath?

  • I think that would work great, Stefanie. Hope your pups enjoy!

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  • My recipe said 3 bananas and 1 cup of PB and 32 ozs of yogurt. Is that wrong proportions?

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  • what can you use instead if peanut. butter?
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  • How many can I give to my dog I’ve never seen my dog love something so much like he did with these and it’s so simple I filled the ice tray with it and put the rest in the fridge for another time lolol

  • The puppy paw mold is adorable, I cant wait to try this. Looks so much healthier than anything at the store and I already have the ingredients at home! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  • If I make them and put them in containers for gifts are they okay if they’re out of the freezer do they melt or do you have any yogurt recipes that don’t require freezing I have several dogs in the family I want to make treats for ans they all love peanut butter

  • They are frozen, so they will definitely melt if they are not frozen. I don’t have any other yogurt recipes, but I do have a Peanut Butter Dog Treat Macaron recipe.

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