I’m excited to share with you a new “irresistible” frozen dog treat recipe for the transition into Fall. These are the perfect late Summer/early Fall treats as they will cool your dog down on a hot afternoon while incorporating everyone’s favorite Fall fruit, apples! Apples are a healthy and natural dog treat that are packed with fiber, vitamin A and vitamin C.
I simply adore the Fall season and apples remind me of our anniversary trip to Charlottesville last year when we visited an apple orchard with Chuy. If you love apples be sure to also check out our posts, DIY Apple Peanut Butter Dog Treats. and 25 Irresistible Apple Recipes for Dogs. If you love this recipe, you’ll love our Frozen Pumpkin Spice Dog Treat!
- 2 Apples
- 1 Cup Greek Nonfat Plain Yogurt
This recipe makes 16 treats if using a standard ice cube tray.
Instructions – How To Make Frozen Apple Dog Treats
1. Slice 2 apples into small pieces but remove the seeds and the core.
2. Mix the apple slices, yogurt, and a splash of water in your NutriBullet or blender and blend until you get a liquid consistency.
3. Pour the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze for a few hours or until hard.
The final product should look something like this. I recommend only feeding your dog one “cube” at a time. You can put the left over treats into a Tupperware container and store them in the freezer.
Chuy absolutely loves these treats! I love making him treats that are healthy and natural . . . Plus, I love when I know exactly what’s going into his treats which is another reason I love making my own at home.
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