Strawberry Banana Frozen Dog Treats

Two bone shaped frozen strawberry banana dog treats stacked on each other.

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If your furry friend loves treats, why not give them something cool and delicious this summer? 

With our simple strawberry banana frozen homemade dog treats recipe, you can give your dog a special treat that’s sure to be the highlight of their day. 

Not only are these homemade treats healthier than store-bought dog treats but they’re also packed with flavor! 

You’ll love seeing the look of excitement on your pup’s face as they enjoy this unique and tasty combination – it won’t take long for them to become obsessed with them! 

So grab some all-natural ingredients and get ready to make some tasty treats that your four-legged friend will love!

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Strawberry Banana Frozen Dog Treats

Strawberry Banana Frozen Dog Treats are an easy-to-make frozen dog treat.

Ingredients for Strawberry Banana Frozen Dog Treats

A ripe banana next to a jar of peanut butter that is next to a bag of frozen sliced strawberries.

Strawberry banana frozen dog treats are made with just 3 simple ingredients that you can get at any grocery store.

Always consult your veterinarian before adding any new foods to your dog’s diet.


Strawberries are one of the base ingredients for this dog treat. They provide natural sweetness and are a great source of vitamin C and fiber. 

You can use either fresh or frozen strawberries in this recipe. When choosing frozen strawberries make sure to get the bag that is 100% strawberries. And frozen sliced strawberries are easier to puree than whole strawberries.

If using fresh strawberries, make sure to wash them thoroughly and then remove the stems.


A medium to large size banana that is anywhere between yellow to brown spotted will work for this recipe. 

If you have frozen bananas you can use one of those but I highly recommend not using a frozen banana if you are using frozen strawberries as it can be too much frozen food for most blenders.

Peanut Butter

Peanut butter gives this treat an added flavor that many dogs love. If your dog doesn’t like peanut butter, or there are allergies in the house, feel free to leave this ingredient out.

I put it in the recipe because both Luna and Morgan love peanut butter, it is one of their favorite foods. (Granted Morgan loves almost anything that isn’t her regular food 🤣)


Water is necessary to help the ingredients mix, especially when using frozen ingredients.

Ingredients Measurement

  • 1 cup (about 10 whole) strawberries
  • 1 Banana
  • ¼ cup peanut butter
  • ¼ cup water

Preparing Strawberry Banana Frozen Dog Treats

Gather your equipment and ingredients to make frozen strawberry banana frozen dog treats.


The only equipment you need to make these frozen dog treats is a blender or food processor,  measuring cups, a spoon, a small rubber scraper, and ice cube trays or silicone mold. 

I really like these paw and bone-shaped silicone molds from Amazon.

Instructions for Making Homemade Strawberry Banana Frozen Dog Treats

First, start by preparing your silicone molds if using them. To prepare them just place them on a cookie sheet that will fit in your freezer. 

Then prepare your strawberries and banana. If you are using fresh strawberries, wash them and remove the stems. Frozen strawberries can be measured straight from the bag. The banana just needs to be peeled.

Next, add the banana, strawberries, peanut butter, and water to the blender. I like to use my Ninja blender, but any blender that can handle frozen fruit will work.

The ingredients pureed in a blender.

Blend until smooth, similar to the consistency of a milkshake. You may need to scrape the sides a couple of times, especially if any peanut butter touched the edge of the blender before mixing.

Bone shaped silicone mold filled with the pureed mixture.

Once the mixture is ready you can either pour it or spoon it into your molds. Personally, I prefer to spoon it into the molds as I always seem to make a mess when pouring it.

Once the molds are ready, put them in the freezer. This is where the baking sheet comes in handy if you are using silicone molds. It makes carrying them to the freezer way easier.

Freeze for at least 4 hours, or ideally overnight, to ensure the treats are fully frozen.

Small bone shaped frozen strawberry banana dog treats.

Once your strawberry banana dog treats are frozen remove them from the mold and give one to your furry friend.

The remaining frozen treats can be stored in an airtight container or plastic freezer bag. Store in the freezer.

A German Shepherd licking a frozen strawberry banana dog treat that is being held between a person's finger and thumb.

As you can see, both Luna and Morgan loved taste-testing their homemade strawberry ice cream for dogs.

A poodle terrier licking a frozen banana strawberry treat being held in a person's hand.

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