Pupsicles (Cantaloupe & Yogurt Flavored)

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Pupsicles

Looking for a new pupsicles recipe to try for your dog? These cantaloupe and yogurt frozen dog treats are such a tasty treat for summer!

We made these cantaloupe and yogurt frozen dog treats with what looks like popsicle sticks but what we used were just stick-style dog treats. These treats can be made with or without sticks. 

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Clear plate full of pupsicles with white leash in background and paw print fabric under plate

If you are looking for other frozen treats, you may also want to check out this other frozen dog treats recipe which is blueberry and chicken pup pops.

Puppy Popsicles

Time: 5 minutes
Freeze Time: about 2+ hours
Makes: about 31 (depends on size mold)
Skill: Easy

Items needed to make pupsicles.

Homemade Pupsicle Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup Plain Yogurt
  • 2-3 Stick Dog Treats (optional)
  • 1 Cup Fresh Diced Cantaloupe

How to Make Popsicles for Dogs

Add yogurt and cantaloupe to blender

Add the cantaloupe and yogurt to the blender.

liquid mixture in blender

Mix on high until the mixture is fully blended and smooth.

Pour mix into molds

Dump the mixture into molds. I just used little ice cube trays. Leave a little space at the top of each mold so it does not overflow when adding the stix.

Add treat stix to molds

Now, this next step you can do in a few different ways. You can cut pieces of the stick-style dog treats and place them in each mold to make a popsicle stick. If your treats are twisted like the ones in the picture, you can divide them so just one piece is in each mold.

Adding the sticks to the molds is an optional step. If you want to skip it you can.

Place the filled molds in the freezer. Allow it to freeze for at least 2 or more hours or until frozen solid.

Remove treats from mold and place them in a freezer-safe airtight container.

Could You Use A Different Fruit?

The short answer is, yes! If your dog is not crazy about cantaloupe, you could use another dog-safe fruit. Such as blueberries, apples, bananas, and so on.

These could also be made with vegetables like sweet potato or pumpkin.

Can Dogs Have Popsicles?

Yes, dogs can eat popsicles as long as the ingredients are safe for them. Popsicles help keep dogs hydrated during the summer.

Pupsicle Recipe

Yield: about 31

Pupsicles

Clear plate full of cantaloupe and yogurt frozen dog treats aka pupsicles with white leash in background and paw print fabric under plate

Looking for a new pupsicles recipe to try for your dog? These cantaloupe and yogurt frozen dog treats are such a tasty treat for summer!

Prep Time 5 minutes
Additional Time 2 hours
Total Time 2 hours 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup Plain Yogurt
  • 2-3 Stick Dog Treats (optional)
  • 1 Cup Fresh Diced Cantaloupe

Instructions

  1. Add the cantaloupe and yogurt to the blender.
  2. Mix on high until the mixture is fully blended and smooth.
  3. Dump the mixture into molds. I just used little ice cube trays. Leave a little space at the top of each mold so it does not overflow when adding the stix.
  4. Now, this next step you can do in a few different ways. You can cut pieces of the stick-style dog treats and place them in each mold to make a popsicle stick. If your treats are twisted like the ones in the picture, you can divide them so just one piece is in each mold.
  5. Adding the sticks to the molds is an optional step. If you want to skip it you can.
  6. Place the filled molds in the freezer. Allow it to freeze for at least 2 or more hours or until frozen solid.
  7. Remove treats from mold and place them in a freezer-safe airtight container.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

31

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 19Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 43mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g

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