Strawberry yogurt dog treats are one of the easiest homemade dog treat recipes that we make all year round. We only use 2 ingredients which are fresh strawberries and plain Greek yogurt.
When you think about it, there are so many possibilities when it comes to making frozen dog treats.
The combinations you can do are pretty much limitless.
You can use water, dog-safe bone broth, plain yogurt, peanut butter, goat milk and even Kefier.
You can keep your homemade treats super simple and use only 2 ingredients or you can step it up and add as many dog-safe ingredients as you want.
You can customize them to fit your dog’s dietary needs or you can make them just for a fun and tasty summer treat on a hot day.
I’m all about keeping our frozen dog treat recipes easy and healthy and these frozen strawberry dog treats are just about as easy as it gets and all 3 of my dogs love them!
Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Dog Treats
To make these frozen strawberry dog treats all you need is:
- 2 cups of washed fresh strawberries with the green stem removed
- 1/2 cup of plain non-fat yogurt
You can also use goat milk or Keifier.
- Wash strawberries
- Remove the stem
- Cut strawberries in half
- Add cut strawberries to blender or food processor
- Add Greek yogurt
- Blend the yogurt and strawberries together
- Place silicone molds or ice cube trays on a baking sheet
- Spoon strawberry mixture into molds
- Place in freezer
- Freeze for 2-3 hours
- Serve to your dog
- Store strawberry dog treats in a freezer-safe container
These dog treats usually stay for about 3-4 when stored properly in the freezer.
This dog treat recipe made 25 frozen paws for us but I did use different-sized molds so the amount of treats you get might vary.
The fun thing about this strawberry dog treat recipe is not only can your dog eat them but you can too!
As always, these treats are safe for my dogs to eat but if you have any questions about giving your dog frozen strawberry yogurt treats you should definitely talk to a veterinarian.
How Many Frozen Dog Treats Are Safe To Give?
I usually give my dogs 1-2 frozen treats a day because I also use them as meal toppers.
I also have 2 big dogs and 1 medium size dog.
If you’re giving your dog a new food in the treat, always give it in moderation to make sure they don’t have any GI upset.
What Type Of Yogurt Is Best For Frozen Dog Treats?
Plain Greek yogurt is normally recommended when making frozen dog treats because it doesn’t have as much lactose as regular yogurt.
You want to make sure that there are no extra sweeteners or artificial flavors and you don’t want to give a dog yogurt that contains xylitol so make sure to read the label before adding it to treats.
I always use plain Chobani yogurt for our treats.
You can also use Keifier or goat milk.