How to Make Frozen Pineapple Dog Treats

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You love to spoil your pup. Who doesn’t? I love my dogs just as much, and I know how important it is to give them the best life possible. That’s why I want to share with you some of my favorite recipes for homemade treats that are easy, healthy, and delicious!

Frozen pineapple dog treats are one of the easiest dog treats you can make yourself. They only require two ingredients (pineapple and Greek yogurt) plus a few minutes of time. Your pup will go crazy for these tasty little snacks! Since they don’t have any preservatives or artificial flavors, you can feel good about giving them to your furry friend any time of year. 

Plus, they’re inexpensive too! So why wait? Get started on making these yummy frozen pineapple dog treats today so your pooch has something special when you come home from work every day 🙂

Frozen Pineapple Dog Treats in a bowl

Are Frozen Pineapple Treats safe for dogs?

These frozen pineapple dog treats are safe for your pup. No artificial sweeteners or flavors have been added, so they’re healthier than most store-bought dog treats. Because you only use wholesome, dog-safe ingredients in this recipe, you can feel good about giving them to your furry friend anytime.

Always consult your veterinarian before giving your dog new foods.

Pineapple for dogs

According to the AKC, fresh, raw pineapple is safe for dogs (just don’t use canned pineapple). Dogs should not be given the outer part of the pineapple or the central core, as both can be dangerous for them. They can eat the fleshy part, the same part you would eat.

Greek yogurt for dogs

According to Rover, Greek yogurt is safe for dogs and has more protein than regular yogurt. It is also a great source of beneficial probiotics and active cultures that are good for your dog’s digestive system. 

How to make frozen pineapple dog treats

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Step 1: Gather ingredients

In order to make these frozen pineapple dog treats, you’ll need fresh pineapple, plain Greek yogurt (without any added sugars or artificial sweeteners), and an ice cube tray.

Step 2: Cut the pineapple

Cut the top off a whole, ripe pineapple and cut away the outer shell until you have just the inner fruit. Remove any eyes from the pineapple with a paring knife and cut around the inner core of the pineapple. Then cube the pineapple.

Step 3: Put the cubes of pineapple in a blender

Put 1 1/2 cups of pineapple into a blender and pulse until you get a smooth puree of pineapple. If you’re having trouble getting it to blend, add a tablespoon of water at a time until the consistency of the puree allows the blender blades to move. Don’t add any more water than needed though or your puree will end up too runny!

Step 4: Add in the yogurt

Add 1 cup of plain greek yogurt into the blender with the pineapple puree and blend until it is evenly combined.

Step 5: Pour the puree into your ice cube tray

Pour the pineapple-yogurt mixture into an ice cube tray. If it won’t pour easily you can spoon the mixture into the ice cube tray. You can use any type of ice cube tray you like, as long as it will allow the puree to freeze evenly. You can use a standard ice cube tray or a fun-shaped silicone one like this!

Step 6: Freeze overnight and then serve

Put the tray into the freezer and freeze overnight. Once they’re frozen, take them out of the ice cube tray and put them in a resealable bag or another freezer-safe container to store in the freezer for later.

To serve, simply give one or two frozen pineapple dog treats to your pooch!

Taste Test

Luna really liked these treats. She took it right away and had it gone as fast as she could chew it.

German Shepherd eating a frozen pineapple dog treat

Morgan also really liked these treats. She made it difficult to get a good picture of her.

More Frozen Dog Treats to Make

If you want to make more frozen treats for your dog, check out these easy recipes – Frozen Blueberry Dog Treats and Frozen Watermelon Dog Treats. They’re both simple, healthy treats that are sure to become regulars in your dog-friendly summer snacks!

Final Thoughts

I hope you found these instructions useful and that your pup enjoys their frozen pineapple dog treats! Remember, this is a great way to make an easy homemade treat for your pet. You can also save money by making them yourself instead of buying frozen dog treats from the store.

Happy pet parenting!

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