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Fruity Frozen Treat Recipe For Dogs: 3 Ingredient ‘Tropical Punch’

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Photography: Serena Faber Nelson

When the weather gets warmer, our ‘Tropical Punch’ frozen treat recipe for dogs will have your pup howling for more!

Super easy to make with only 3 ingredients – they’re yummy, healthy and guaranteed to be a hit on a hot summer’s day.

Combining three delicious fruity ingredients, these frozen dog treats are not only scrumptious, you can even share them with your dog too.

 

3 Ingredient ‘Tropical Punch’ Fruity Frozen Treat Recipe For Dogs

DIY PROJECTS 3 Ingredient Fruity Frozen Dog Treats Recipe

Ingredients:

250ml Coconut Milk (100% Organic)
1/2 Pineapple
1 Mango

Ice Cube Trays (we love these ones!)

Is Pineapple Good for Dogs? Dog Health & Wellbeing | Pretty Fluffy

How to make our frozen treat recipe for dogs:

1. Wash mango under cold running water. Slice the mango into cubes ensuring to remove all the skin and stone. Ensure the stone is discarded entirely as a swallowed mango stone can get stuck in a dog’s digestive tract.
2. Wash pineapple under cold running water. Roughly slice the pineapple into small pieces, ensuring to cut off and discard the skin, central core and ends.
3. Combine coconut milk, mango and pineapple pieces in blender and blend until smooth.
4. Pour mixture into ice cube trays and freeze for a minimum of 4 hours or until frozen through.
5. When frozen, remove from ice cube trays and store in labeled Ziploc bags in freezer.

Super easy to make - with only 3 ingredients! - these frozen dog treats are yummy, healthy and guaranteed to be a hit on a hot summer's day.

Handy hints!

  • Makes approximately 20 treat cubes.
  • For the best health and safety benefits, always opt for fresh fruits over canned or packaged varieties.
  • Did you know? As well as being a tasty treat, the natural enzymes in mangoes have been shown to help dogs with arthritis.

** The above recipe is for treats only and should not replace your dog’s regular meal plans. Always check with your vet about any major changes to your dog’s diet.

Want more frozen treat recipes for dogs?

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This recipe was originally published in our best selling eBook Frozen – 30 Fresh & Fruity Dog Treat Recipes Your Pup Will Love!’

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Why frozen? That’s where the magic comes in. The 30 recipes you’ll find within the pages of our eBook are possibly the quickest and easiest dog treats you’ll ever make – yet their superfood ingredients pack a punch. You can literally whip most of them up in less than a few minutes.

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Copy: Serena Faber Nelson

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4 responses to “Fruity Frozen Treat Recipe For Dogs: 3 Ingredient ‘Tropical Punch’”

  1. These look so yummy even for us humans!

  2. Monica says:

    Hi! Stumbled across your website and fell in love immediately! I have a pug named Bambi, she’s so cuddly and super spoiled by the whole family!
    Anyway, I was wondering what can I substitute coconut milk with?

  3. Richard Casburn says:

    Hi just received on Facebook from jet pets I will make some for sure, will use them for treats as well thanks for posting richard Jack

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