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Pup-sicle Cups

Copycat Recipe - Frosty Paws


This copycat recipe will be loved by all... No preservatives, natural ingredients and you made them yourself! So what's a dog Mama to do...  ❤️ She makes homemade Pup-sicle Cups!”



If your dog is anything like ours, then he or she loves treats of all kinds.  Our Clem loves ice cubes... Anytime she hears the freezer door open, she is right behind you without notice.. like a little ninja🥷🏻! So I decided to experiment and make some frozen doggy treats for her.


It's hot beginning in April... So the summer months are dreaded.. You fur baby needs a nice cool treat just like us hooomans! This Copycat - Frosty Paws recipe will be loved by all... No preservatives, natural ingredients and you made them yourself! So what's a dog Mama to do...  She makes homemade Pupsicle Cups!


Pup-sicle Cups

Servings – 8 - depending on your container size Prep Time – 5 Minutes Freeze Time – 2 Hours, overnight is best

Ingredients:


Blueberry Cobbler Version:


  • 32 oz plain non-fat or Greek yogurt

  • 1 banana

  • 1/4 cup blueberries

  • 2 tablespoons honey

  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

  • 3 generous Tablespoons of peanut butter


Peanut Butter Banana Version:


  • 32 oz of plain non-fat or Greek yogurt

  • 1 Ripe Banana

  • 3 Tablespoons peanut butter


Strawberry Banana Smoothie Version:


  • 32 oz of plain non-fat or Greek yogurt

  • 1 Ripe Banana

  • 3 Tablespoons peanut butter

  • 1/4 cup strawberries, chopped in small pea size pieces


Directions:


Blueberry Cobbler Version:


Add yogurt, peanut butter, cinnamon, honey and banana in the bowl of a stand mixer, or use a hand mixer with a large mixing bowl. Blend until the mixture is smooth and the banana is evenly dispersed through the mixture.


Fold blueberries into mixture, gently. The mixture will turn slight purple/blue depending on how ripe your blueberries are.


Place mixture evenly into freezer safe containers and cover with lid or wrap in plastic wrap.


Peanut Butter Banana Version:


Add yogurt, peanut butter, and banana in the bowl of a stand mixer, or use a hand mixer with a large mixing bowl. Blend until the mixture is smooth and the banana is evenly dispersed through the mixture.


Place mixture evenly into freezer safe containers and cover with lid or wrap in plastic wrap.


Strawberry Banana Smoothie Version:


Add yogurt, peanut butter, and banana in the bowl of a stand mixer, or use a hand mixer with a large mixing bowl. Blend until the mixture is smooth and the banana is evenly dispersed through the mixture.


Fold strawberries into mixture, gently. The mixture will turn slight pink depending on how ripe your strawberries are.


Place mixture evenly into freezer safe containers. and cover with lid or wrap in plastic wrap.


I normally buy the mini Glade 4oz disposable containers with lids. Makes them stackable for my freezer. You could also use an ice cube tray, mini muffin tin, or small paper cups as treat containers. (I also wash and reuse them just for Pup Cups!)


Notes:


Add a small Milk❤️Bone biscuit or a Peanut Butter Ony Bone to the center of each cup as the handle. It's a second treat for your fur baby!



Cost to make vs. store bought:


Frosty Paws come four to a box and cost $5.18 at my local grocery store. Walmart also carries them for $4.98 a box.


I roughly calculated the cost to make eight traditional Frosty Paws sized treats and came up with $1.00 each.  If I’m willing to take the 5 minutes of time to whip up a batch rather than buy them, the cost savings is substantial... But the even better side... There are no preservatives, or additives and it's all natural ingredients! And if you have a pup with a sensitive tummy, home made is always the best choice.


I’m so glad that I came up with these recipes for Pup-sicle Cups that my Fur-baby loves so much.



"You can feel good about making this for your pooch since this copycat recipe contains only healthy natural ingredients!"


CWT is not a certified dietician or nutritionist. Any nutritional information shared on this site is an estimate counted through measurements and package nutritional information used in each recipe. If calorie, macro counting and other nutritional values are important to you, I recommend running the ingredients through your choice of nutritional calculator you prefer. Calories can vary depending on national brands used per recipe.

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