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Star-Spangled Frozen Berry Dog Treats

These frozen treats are dog gone easy to make and healthy too.  Only 2 ingredients and a blender required for these treats and your pup will beg for more!
Customizable for your dog's size. Quantity will depend on size of mold used.
Prep Time5 mins
freezer time4 hrs
Total Time4 hrs 5 mins
Course: dog treats
Cuisine: American
Keyword: 4th of July, blueberries, frozen dog treat, Greek yogurt, strawberries, summer
Servings: 48 1- inch treats


  • blender


  • 16 oz. *Plain Regular Yogurt or Plain Greek Yogurt *Do NOT use yogurt with artificial sweeteners (Xylitol) which is harmful to dogs.
  • 1 pint Strawberries
  • Blueberries 1 per star or ice cube
  • Water as needed to thin mixture and make pourable


  • Place yogurt and strawberries in blender, blending until pureed.
  • Add water as needed to thin mixture as needed and make it pourable. Pour berry yogurt mixture into mold or choice or ice cube tray.
  • Add a blueberry in center. Place in freezer until mixture if frozen solid, 4 hours or more.
  • Remove from molds and store in freezer bag until ready to serve.


  • IMPORTANT:  Make sure your yogurt DOES NOT contain artificial sweeteners, such as Xylitol, which harmful to dogs or added sugars, which they don't need.

  • If your strawberries are organic, use the whole berry, including the leaves. Strawberry leaves contain trace minerals and vitamins, such as iron, calcium and vitamin C.
  • Quantity will depend size of mold used. Use mold or choice or a regular ice cube tray. If using a 1-inch star mold you’ll end up with 4 – 5 dozen frozen treats depending on how much water used to thin yogurt/berry mixture.
  • Standard ice cube trays usually hold one ounce in each well (2 tablespoons) so 16 oz. will yield approximately 32 frozen ice cubes.