Who doesn't love ice cream a sunny day? Dogs generally find frozen treats irresistible.You can find doggie ice cream in the freezer section of your grocery store but it’s also very easy (and inexpensive) to make at home.
Just don’t add sugar as it’s not good for your pooch, and use yogurt with active cultures instead of dairy products.
Carob Chip Ice Cream
· 2 six-ounce containers of low/non-fat, plain yogurt
· 1/3 cup of carob chips
· 1 tbsp. of honey
1. Mix all the ingredients in a bowl until well-combined.
2. Pour them into cupcake liners or ice cube trays.
3. Freeze until solid.
Strawberry Coconut Butter Dog Ice Cream
32 oz. tub plain yogurt
1/2 c. pure coconut butter
1 c. fresh strawberries, washed and dried
1. Add yogurt, strawberries, and coconut butter to a blender, blending until smooth.
2. Pour mixture into a freezer-safe container. To make individual portions, pour into ice cube trays or small food-safe containers.
3. Cover and freeze for several hours or up to a day before serving.
4. Once frozen, scoop single servings into your dog’s favorite bowl! Store leftovers in the freezer.
Makes approximately 4.5 – 5 cups.