2-Ingredient Frozen Pumpkin & Yogurt Dog Treats

Fall is upon us and nothing says fall quite like pumpkins, am I right? If you’re me, you eat pumpkin all year long and people look at you like you’re half-insane. Maybe I am – who knows. But one thing I know for sure is that dogs go bananas for pumpkin just like I do! #soulmates
2-Ingredient Frozen Pumpkin & Yogurt Dog Treats

 

And the real added benefit is that its good for them 🙂
With fall so close on the horizon, I wanted to share a recipe for easy frozen dog treats for those of us that are still enjoying warmer climates 😉
2-Ingredient Frozen Pumpkin & Yogurt Dog Treats
All you need is:
1 cup pure pumpkin puree
*make sure it’s not the pumpkin pie filling!
1 cup plain yogurt (Greek is okay!)
1. Mix pumpkin and yogurt together in a bowl.
2. Portion evenly into jumbo ice cube trays.
3. Freeze for 24 hours.
4. Pop out of the silicone mold and put into a freezer bag, or if you have lots of freezer space, leave them in the tray!
2-Ingredient Frozen Pumpkin & Yogurt Dog Treats
 I will warn all my fellow dog owners that they are slightly messy, so they are best served outdoors!
I treated my parent’s Lab, Millie, to them before I came back to Hawaii and she gives them two paws up..and so do the Hanson Labs 🙂
2-Ingredient Frozen Pumpkin & Yogurt Dog Treats

 

September 19, 2016

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5 Comments

  1. Reply

    KelseyB

    September 21, 2016

    For sure trying these!!!

  2. Reply

    Jen

    September 21, 2016

    Definitely going to be trying these!! Emma would love them.

  3. Reply

    Chelsea

    September 21, 2016

    These look great! I had heard that pumpkin was really good for dogs and had been wanting to incorporate it into my dogs menu. Will be trying this asap!

    Chels @ Red Velvet Rooster

  4. Reply

    Alejandra

    September 21, 2016

    Caesar loves his frozen treats! I've gotta stock up on pumpkin next time I can find it!

  5. Reply

    Robin

    September 25, 2016

    Thank you for sharing this! I am going to try it. I like to give our dogs a variety of snacks and treats. I gave them apple slices the other day, but Saint spat hers out and glared at me.

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