Homemade Frosty Paws Recipe

Warmer weather is around the corner. Not only are you thinking about the refreshing cool treats for you and the family but what about your four-legged friend?
Do you give your dog homemade frozen dog treats or Homemade Frosty Paws Recipe?
 I am a sucker for dog products and when I saw FROSTY PAWS in the freezer dessert section at my grocery store, I bought them all last summer. Maybe you are hosting a dog birthday party and want to give these as the treats.
Homemade frozen dog treats are simple to make and dogs love these homemade treats.
Buying store-bought treats can get expensive, and you can’t control the ingredients. Try these Homemade Frosty Paws or Homemade Frozen Dog Treats recipe your dogs will go crazy over.
Looking for more flavors, check out these pumpkin frozen treats and peanut butter frosty paws.

 How to make Homemade Frosty Paws 

Making homemade dog treats are super easy and you can find other dogs treat recipes I have made like this complete list of homemade dog treats.  This frozen treat is sure to make your pup lick their lips.
Don’t worry if the kids think they are treats in the freezer, there is nothing they can’t eat in these dog treats.
Homemade frozen dog treats are simple to make and dogs love these homemade treats.

Frosty Paws Ingredients

  • Banana
  • Plain no-fat yogurt, greek, regular or organic
  • Peanut butter
  • Honey


Another peanut free: Frosty Paws Ingredients

  • Banana
  • Plain no-fat yogurt, greek, regular or organic
  • Blueberries or strawberries

How to Make Frosty Paws Ice Cream


Just Dump and Blend your ingredients your dog will enjoy like these other Frozen Homemade Dog Treats & Dog Cakes!

Homemade frozen dog treats are simple to make and dogs love these homemade treats.
It looks like a smoothie or frosty paws ice cream you make for yourself. Easy enough for you yet?

How Much Dog Ice Cream Will This Make? 

I used only one 32 oz carton of yogurt and made half of the base with berries in the mini muffin tins that I sprayed with non-stick spray, this is optional as I made it the second time and they came out just fine with a little poke of a knife.

How to Store Frosty Paws

Allow them to freeze completely then pop them out with a sharp knife. Store frosty paws ice cream recipe in a freezer Ziploc bag to keep fresh for the summer months.
Just pop each frosty paw out of the mini muffin pan and store in a ziplock bag until you are ready to serve them up.
Think she likes this Frosty Paws Recipe, what do you think?  Homemade Dog treats are so much better than store bought since you have complete control of what goes into your dog’s mouth. 

What If I don’t have a Mini Muffin Pan for Frosty Paws Dog Ice Cream?

Don’t have a mini muffin pan?  No worries. The other half I made with Peanut Butter and used paper cups for a larger treat!

Homemade frozen dog treats are simple to make and dogs love these homemade treats.

  Homemade Frozen Dog Treats

Frosty Paws Recipe

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How to make Frosty Paws or Homemade Frozen Dog Treats 2

Frosty Paws Recipe

Yield: 24 small muffin
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Additional Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 40 minutes

Homemade frozen dog treats otherwise known as Frosty Paws Recipe


  • 1 banana
  • 32 ozs plain no fat yogurt, greek, regular or organic
  • 2 tsp of peanut butter
  • 2 tsp honey
  • or
  • 1 banana
  • 32 oz plain yogurt
  • 1/4 cup of blueberries or strawberries


  1. Place the banana in a blender or food processor. Add 32 ounces plain yogurt. Scoop 2 tsp. of peanut butter and 2 tsp. of honey into the mix. or the berry recipes. Alternatively, try goat's milk yogurt for a treat containing much less lactose
  2. Mix ingredients until well blended
  3. Use kids size bathroom paper cups, small plastic containers, ice cube trays or muffin tins to use as molds for the mixture. Pour small amounts into the cups, muffin tins or plastic containers. Aim for a hockey puck shape and thickness to resemble the original Frosty Paws size. I used mini muffin tins for a smaller version.

Freeze the treats, then put them in a freezer bag for easy storage. Be sure to label the bags


Adapted from The Daily Puppy

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Nutrition Information
Yield 24 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 63Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 1gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 1gCholesterol 5mgSodium 55mgCarbohydrates 9gFiber 0gSugar 7gProtein 4g

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  1. So glad they are super easy and you can make them smaller so less calories than a full frosty paw but still nice and cold! thanks for stopping by.

  2. Going to try these. Wish I had seen it before. Yesterday was one of our puppies 1st birthday’s and I forgot the frosty paws. Heading to the store for yogurt and to make them for the hot days this week and all summer.

  3. How neat! I do not have any dogs, and had no clue they would eat stuff like this, but I love the idea!

  4. I don’t have a dog but these look amazing. Any dog would be happy to have these! Kids would too. Ha!

  5. Such a great idea!! If only I had a puppy 🙁

  6. BOTH!!! My kid and I would love it to. I might just make these this weekend. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

  7. Fun recipe! Tahnks for sharing

  8. What a great idea! I wish I had known about this recipe when I had dogs.

  9. When I saw your pictures, I thought, “My kids will love that”. Looking at the ingredients list, I still think the same! Great idea to use the paper cups. Off to try this one out.

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  10. My kids have not tried these but my guess they would like the berry ones better

  11. sure your kids could eat them too!! although my kids would think they are not sweet enough!! thanks for the link up going over there now.

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