What’s better to give your dog on Valentine’s Day than a frozen dog treat you can both enjoy? Chuy and I are going to show you how to make a Frozen Strawberry Smoothie Dog Treat using just two ingredients.
We love smoothies around here because they are all natural, taste delicious, and have many other health benefits. Strawberries are full of antioxidants, high fiber, Vitamin C, and can even help whiten your dog’s teeth. Bananas are full of amino acids, electrolytes, minerals, Vitamins B6 and C, Potassium, Fiber and Manganese. This dog treat recipe combines both strawberries and bananas and is easy to make!
- One Banana
- Six Strawberries
1. Remove the stems from the strawberries and rinse.
2. Peel the banana and cut into three pieces.
3. Put the banana and strawberries into the Nutri-Bullet.
4. Blend until the consistency is smooth and free of any fruit chunks.
5. Pour the smoothie mixture into the heart shaped ice cube tray.
6. Freeze for a few hours.
The final product should look something like this:
Chuy is loving these irresistible treats!
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Join us in the comments down below and tell us if your pet has a favorite Valentine’s Day treat? If you enjoyed this Strawberry Smoothie Recipe, be sure to check out our Healthy Green Smoothie Recipe for Dogs.
All treats and recipes featured on Irresistible Pets have been created by myself and tested only on my dog, Chuy which means they may or may not work the same for your pet. Treats should not replace your dog’s regular diet. Always check with your vet before adding anything new to their diet.