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Frozen Yogurt Dog Pops – Frozen Dog Treats For Summer

frozen yoghurt dog food

My dog (Labrador) has a sweet tooth, which is common for the breed. However, with the Summer heat she also suffers but this recipe I found on the Mindiampets site is great.

The non-fat yoghurt gives some creaminess; the no-sugar added fruit juice (I’ve used Apple and Orange in different batches), along with the Carrots (fibre, color, some sweetness) has gone down so well this Summer.

Freezing in ice block trays is a great portion control tip.

frozen yoghurt dog food

Frozen Yogurt Dog Pops – Frozen Dog Treats For Summer

There is something so refreshing about Frozen Pops, especially on those long hot Summer days. Don’t be tempted to let your dog have the human variety due to the sugar content.
If your dog is overweight, these Frozen Pops are ideal as they are made using non-fat yogurt (Calcium and Protein).
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 12 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Course Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 2 Dogs
Calories 200 kcal


  • 170 grams Plain, non-fat frozen yogurt
  • 1 Cup No-sugar added fruit juice
  • ½ Cup Carrots, minced or stick-blitzed


  • Add to a medium-sized bowl the yogurt, carrots and fruit juice, stirring the ingredients until are smooth and uniformly blended.
  • Portion the mixture into the ice cube trays by spoonful.


We find that the blocks are best set in hard plastic or metal ice block trays are they are easier to remove that the silicon trays.
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