Recipe for Dog Treats:
Peanut Butter & Jelly Frozen Pops

Chomp, Chomp, Chomp. Dogs love ice cubes. This recipe for dog treats makes a favorite past time, ice crunching, much more tasty.

In warm climates, especially during the summer months, you may avoid using your oven. But that's no reason to stop making delicious dog treat recipes. Try this easy homemade dog treat and help your dog cool off when the temperature rises.

This recipe for dog treats also makes a nice smoothie drink. Serve as is for a hydrating treat, or to secretly add liquid dog vitamins and supplements to your dogs daily diet.

frozen recipe for dog treats


  • 4 cups plain yogurt, low or fat free
  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 cup of blueberries
  • 3 tbsp peanut butter, natural and salt free is preferred
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract


  1. Stir all of the ingredients together into a medium bowl.
  2. Pour into a blender, and puree until smooth.
  3. Pour the smoothie into ice cube trays and freeze.

Storing - This recipe for dog treats, if frozen into smoothie pops, will last for 6 months or more in the freezer. You can keep the smoothie in it's liquid form, but keep it refrigerated for about a week.

Yield - Using a 1/2 inch ice cube tray, you will make 32 PB & J Smoothie dog treats.

Tips & Techniques

  • Peanut Butter - If you use natural peanut butter, as the recipe calls for, it will be cold from the refrigerator. You will need to warm it up first, before adding it to the smoothie. Let the jar sit on the counter while you measure the other ingredients. Or, measure the amount and warm it in the microwave for 5 seconds.
  • Berries - Substitute other berries, like strawberry, raspberry or a mixed variety. Or, if fresh berries are not in season, you can use frozen berries.
  • Ice Cube Trays - You can find an endless variety of seasonal ice cube trays. Pictured above I used a heart shaped tray for my lovey-dovey taste testers. Match the tray to the season, or to the theme of your next dog party.
  • For Humans - Your two-legged family members may want a taste. These homemade dog treats are quite tart, so most humans may not care for it. Add sugar, honey, or other natural sweetener to taste, and you can enjoy these Peanut Butter and Jelly smoothie pops, too!

You will want to make this recipe for dog treats if your dog needs liquid dog vitamins and supplements, since they will not easily be detected. Or, make this recipe for a refreshing treat when it's hot, or just for a change of pace from the normal dog biscuit recipe. You'll love the ease of preparation, and your dog will love the taste.

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