Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe

Warmer weather and cool treats do not only hold true for humans, but dogs also love a little cold treat after any activity in the heat.  Pumpkin is safe for your dog to eat, so try Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe. 

While you can buy frozen dog treats at the grocery store, not only are they expensive but you can’t control the size or ingredients.  

Each summer I make frozen homemade Frosty Paws dog treats for Chloe and this year I decided to make them with pumpkin and greek yogurt to help maintain her belly wellness.

Be sure to check out the video of her trying her first frozen dog treat this year. If you are looking for a homemade dog cake recipe we have a few recipes from each of her dog birthday cakes. 


Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe

Making homemade treats, especially frozen ones, are so simple and the longest part of the process is letting them freeze. For this recipe, we used a can of pureed pumpkin, a 15 oz container of No-Fat Greek yogurt, and about a tablespoon of honey.

What you need to make Homemade Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat

  • Can of Pureed Pumpkin (Not Pie filling)
  • No Fat Greek Yogurt
  • Honey
  • Extra Dog treats or kibble

t’s optional but we also used a few dog treats or dog food nuggets to top each treat off.

Simply puree the pumpkin and vanilla with a squeeze of honey in the blender until smooth. I told you this was simple.

Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

Pour into either ice cube trays or mini muffin tins. It’s so important to keep the portions small.

Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

Should I add kibble to homemade pumpkin dog treats?

Sure!! If you are not sure your pup will eat these, add a treat or dog food nugget gently into each holder.

Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

Freeze until firm, unless your dog gets to them first!

Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

How should I freeze my Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe ?

After they are fully frozen in their muffin or ice cube trays, allow thawing a few minutes then pop them out. It is best to store them in a freezer bag.

Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

Your pup will not leave your side with these treats. They are smaller than the commercial ones and no added fat.

Pin this for a fall Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe.

Frozen Homemade Dog Treats

When treating your dog be sure to watch their calories and be aware of any allergies he or she may have.

Have fun, there are so many amazing homemade dog treats and dog cakes recipes that you are sure to be able to find a flavor combination to get your dog to do tricks you have never seen before!

What flavor combination of these Frozen Homemade Dog Treats would your dog enjoy most?

Find our ultimate List of Homemade Dog Treats here too!

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Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe

frozen homemade dog treats

Frozen Pumpkin Dog Treat Recipe

Yield: 24
Prep Time: 5 minutes
freezing Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 5 minutes

Frozen Pumpkin dog treats are so easy to make at home and your dog will do tricks for you


  • can of pureed pumpkin
  • 15 oz container of No-Fat Greek yogurt
  • tablespoon of honey.


  1. Place all ingredients into a blender
  2. Fill mini cupcake tins or ice cube trays until full
  3. Add kibble or a dog treat into middle of each treat
  4. Freeze until fully solid
  5. Take out of molds and freeze in Ziploc Bag


This can be easily halved

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Nutrition Information
Yield 24 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 15Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 1mgSodium 7mgCarbohydrates 2gFiber 0gSugar 2gProtein 2g

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  1. I love making dog treats, my dog loves frozen bananas too.

  2. I would really like to try making my own dog treats. With 4 dogs in the house we really run through treats a lot!

  3. oooh… this is like fine Doggie Cuisine with the way you presented it. I like the time you put into making a wholesome meal for your Dog

  4. What a delicious dog treat. My dog would love peanut butter

  5. so glad this will help feed your dog their supplements

  6. Thank you! I’ll be picking up some plain yogurt which they love – and I already give them pumpkin and sweet potatoes – I’ll also add spirulina (as it helps allergies for them – and for me) – this will be so much easier to give them – YAY

  7. I never thought about frozen doggie treats before! Bt it makes perfect sense!

  8. Wow! I had NO idea people would do this for their pups! Can you tell I’m not a dog person? Lucky dog!

  9. Oh my goodness, these are so cute. We live in Texas and it gets very hot here in the summer, so these are perfect. Thanks for sharing.

  10. These treats look super tasty! I bet your dog really enjoyed them!

  11. What a fun way to make treats. I never thought to use pumpkin!

  12. Wow those look good enough for human consumption! I bet he loved them!

  13. Those look amazing, and the picture of your dog is precious! My dogs loved anything with peanut butter.

  14. Neat idea. Great snack for the furbaby

  15. Now this is right up my pups alley. They can have pumpkin and honey on their specialized diet! Thanks

  16. I wonder if my cats would like something like this. These treats are super easy to make, so I might give it a try.

  17. Your dog isn’t spoiled is he. This sis so awesome.

  18. These look amazing! I’m going to try these for my pups. That photo with your pup just looking at them is priceless!

  19. My dog loves pumpkin – and it’s so good for her stomach. I love the idea of summer frozen treats!

  20. This sounds lovely! I don’t have any pets but when I do get a dog, will definitely consider this.

  21. I really love your frozen dog treats! I want make your recipe, and I think it is easy to make, and i will put a small treat on top. This is a good treat to give my dog when it is hot outside.

  22. What a great idea. My dog would love those.

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