These simple and easy to make Peanut Butter Banana Yogurt Dog Treats are a great way for your pup to cool down! Budget-friendly and healthy for your dog.
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.
Like a good mom, I can’t talk about her without showing a baby photo. Just look at that lil’ face!
Because she’s such a good girl despite having it so rough, I thought she deserved some Cooking With Janica recipes too.
I like to keep dog treat recipes very simple. This is one of my favorites as it has only 3 ingredients.
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How To Make Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats:
Making them is pretty simple, you just throw all of the ingredients into a food processor and blend.
Then fill up a silicone mold (I use this one) or an ice cube tray and freeze for two hours.
How simple is that?!
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!
Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana
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Yogurt Peanut Butter Banana Dog Treats Recipe
This easy to make frozen dog treats have only three ingredients: yogurt, bananas, and peanut butter.
- Prep Time: 5 mins
- Cook Time: 2 hours
- Total Time: 2 hours 5 mins
- Yield: 30 1x
- Category: Dog Treats
- Cuisine: American
- 32 oz Plain Yogurt
- 3 Tablespoons Peanut Butter (make sure it contains no xylitol, which is toxic to dogs)
- 1 Large Banana, sliced
- 1 Tablespoon Honey (optional)
- Put all ingredients into a food processor or blender. Blend until creamy.
- Fill a silicone mold or an ice cube tray.
- Freeze for at least 2 hours.
- Pop out of molds and serve to your furry best friend. Keep leftovers in an airtight container in the freezer.
- Calories: 34
could we make this recipe, (x2) in a baking sheet? so i could cut them into shapes. like instead of putting it in an ice cube tray? (for a school project)
I just went to the store and bought a package of 4 and paid almost $5.00. We have a husky and Jack Russell. I’m definitely making these. I just need to get some small containers.
Tina Scadden-clark says
Is there a recipe for yogurt treats not frozen
Can you substitute almond butter for peanut butter? My dog is allergic to peanut butter.
Radiene Watson says
My dogs are LOVING these! I put them in muffin tins with cupcake liners. I put them in the deep freeze. After 45 minutes I added a dog biscuit sticking out like popsicle stick.
I made these treats and my dogs love them, everyone else does too, there are soo good.
Thanks for sharing the recipe
Sounds Great! Can’t wait to try these out for my 5 dogs!
Great hit with my dog and all the other dogs in the neighborhood too. Honestly, I even eat them. They are so good
Tyson 🐶 says YUM! He sits at the freezer now licking his lips whenever I’m in kitchen haha. I halved the recipe and used my homemade plain yogurt & peanut butter with half a frozen banana. I put it all into my Ninja smoothie maker – it worked great and the to-go lid make pouring into the molds easy! Thx for the recipe- can’t wait to share with all the other pups at the lake this summer!!