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Mix & Match Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

Mix & Match Frozen Dog Treat Recipes

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Some of my dog’s favourite dog treat recipes aren’t recipes at all.

Most of the time, when I make frozen dog treats, I just open the fridge and toss together whatever I happen to have on hand. If they really like it, I post it here and call it a “recipe”. I get a lot of emails from folks who visit our frozen dog treat recipe page and ask if I think substitutions will work.

“Can I use sweet potato instead of pumpkin?” Absolutely yes. 
“My dog can’t have dairy, is there something else I can use?” Lots of possibilities!
“My dog doesn’t like peanut butter. Any ideas?” You may not have a real dog, but yes.

I love getting these emails. I love any time that someone wants to try making a treat for their dog. Unlike baked treats, which require a bit of cool science to make them work, with frozen dog treats, the answer to “can I substitute something?” is almost always a resounding yes.

So, I thought why not share a mix and match frozen dog treat guide? That way, everyone can choose the flavours they think their dog will love the best.

It’s super easy, simply choose an ingredient from each section, mix and freeze. Just like that, you’ll have easy frozen dog treats that your pooch will love.

frozen dog treats

When choosing your flavours and mix-ins, always make sure you choose dog-friendly options.

That’s it folks.

Frozen treats are some of the easiest, most flexible DIY dog treats out there! What’s Would you add to this list?

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William Wallace

Wednesday 31st of October 2018

My doggos love ice cream. I think i can try this wonderful recipe and surprise them

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Jen Gabbard

Tuesday 11th of August 2015

Thank you for all these ideas, I love frozen treats for sure. The easiest way ever to keep a dog entertained for a bit when I've got human things to do :)


Tuesday 4th of August 2015

As long as it isn't bad for dogs, Mom will add it to anything she is making for us.


Tuesday 4th of August 2015

That's because you are lucky dogs! We do the same thing. It's a great way to use up dog friendly leftovers.

Jan K

Tuesday 4th of August 2015

I love this! I try to get a little creative with treat making sometimes, but I can always use a little guidance. It's nice if you're just in the mood to throw together some treats, and don't want to go to the store to get the exact ingredients!


Tuesday 4th of August 2015

I am never in the mood to go to the store, like ever. LOL. Grocery shopping is one of my least favourite things.

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