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Pet Chef Recipes: Frozen Strawberry and Banana Smoothie Dog Treats

Dog Recipe : strawberry & banana

Making delicious frozen strawberry and banana smoothie treats for your dog has never been so easy

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In the summer, it’s always nice to enjoy an ice cream or smoothie. And the same goes for our dogs. That’s why this recipe is sure to be a hit in the coming months!

By Justine Seraphin

Updated on the 07/06/2021, 15:35

On today’s edition of Pet Chef, we are sharing a delicious frozen smoothie recipe for dogs. The recipe only contains ingredients that are not only safe for your pooch - but super healthy too!

Elton, one of our adorable office dogs, was our tester and loved the recipe! On a warm, hot day, this is exactly what he needed to cool off!

Strawberry banana frozen smoothie treats for dogs

Every ingredient in this recipe is safe for dogs and super tasty - for humans too! So if you want to enjoy a cool treat with your pet, this is the perfect recipe for you.

Total preparation time: 10 minutes (excluding freezing time)

Elton’s tasty score: 5 out of 5

Our tasty score: 4 out of 5 

Wamiz tip: Keep some of your mixture un-frozen so you can enjoy a smoothie while your dog enjoys his/her frozen treats!

Nutritionist’s advice: You could replace the strawberries by a different fruit that is also safe and tasty for dogs (e.g. watermelon, mango, or blueberries). Always be careful with the ingredients and double-check they are safe for your dog to consume.

Suitable for cats: Yes

Easy recipe for strawberry banana frozen dog smoothies

This recipe is probably the easiest one you could make for your dog - you’ll only need 5 ingredients and a few minutes to spare.

Ingredients for Strawberry & Banana Dog Smoothie

  • 250 grams of sliced fresh strawberries 
  • 500 grams plain greek low-fat yogurt
  • 1 or 2 sliced bananas
  • 60 ml of skimmed milk
  • 3 tablespoons of honey


  1. Place all the ingredients in your blender.
  2. Blend for around 2 minutes at medium speed.
  3. Pour into ice cube trays or molds of your choice.
  4. Freeze for a minimum 4 hours

You can keep these delicious treats in the freezer for up to 8 months...but we bet your dog will get through them long before that!

What did you think of this recipe? Was it a hit for you too?

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