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Pet Chef Recipes: Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream for Dogs

Peanut Butter Banana ice cream

Great recipe to make a delicious ice cream for your dog.

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If you’re looking for a homemade treat to make for your pet this summer - then you’ve come to the right place! This delicious recipe is sure to get tails wagging in this heat!

By Justine Seraphin

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On today’s edition of Pet Chef, we present to you a delicious dog ice cream recipe that is based on only three ingredients: Banana, peanut butter, and yogurt!

Elton, one of Wamiz’ office dogs, tested the recipe for you and he’s only got good reviews!

Delicious frozen treats

This recipe was only made with dog and human-friendly ingredients. However, if your pooch is vulnerable in any way (is older, has a chronic illness, etc), double-check with a vet before making changes to their diet.

Total preparation time: 5 minutes (excluding freezing time)

Dog’s review: 4 out of 5

Human’s review: 4 out of 5

Wamiz tip: Save popsicle sticks from other ice creams you’ve had, and use them to hold these treats up - for you or for your dog! Their consistency is quite soft, so it shouldn’t be difficult to place a popsicle stick inside, even once they’re frozen.

Nutritionist’s tip: Make sure you use dog-friendly peanut butter, i.e. without xylitol. Feed the treats straight out of the freezer, don’t unfreeze then refreeze them.

Suitable for cats: Yes.

Doggy peanut butter-banana ice cream recipe

This recipe is super easy to make and you only need three ingredients! The longest part in making these is freezing the treats, which could take around 4 hours. But other than that, it’s easy peasy!

Ingredients for peanut butter banana ice cream for dogs:

  • 1 banana
  • 15g peanut butter
  • 30g plain yogurt (use non-fat or non-dairy alternative)

Instructions:

  1. Cut the banana in small pieces
  2. In a blender, place the banana, peanut butter and yogurt and blend until the texture is smooth
  3. Pour your preparation in ice cubes 
  4. Place the tray in your freezer and leave it there until the treats are completely solid

You can store these treats in your freezer and pop one out on a hot day - they’re a great way for your dog to cool down!

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