38 Reviews

I've had alot of extra bananas lying around so I decided to make this for my new puppy. He loved it...it's better than giving him vanilla ice cream...and it's easy 2 make!!!

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Katrina September 22, 2003

I made these for my favorite puppies, Fred and Emma, and they loved them! They gobbled them up! They are Large Dogs, so I made the pupsicles in plastic cups. It seemed to take a long time to thaw, the dogs kept licking them, but they were to hard to bite into. Next time, I will use smaller size dixie cups. I really liked this recipe because you know exactly what the dogs are eating, good ingredients, no fillers! Thanks, I will make this again!

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MaryMeow August 13, 2003

Easy to make and thoroughly enjoyed by Skipper,the most beautiful chocolate lab.Take Elmo's advice about serving them outside.

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Indiana Debbie March 17, 2003

Another paws up! I made these for my sister's German shepherd and he loves them. What a cute idea - thanks!

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Stormee August 19, 2012

I have made these for years and have a couple tips. First, step up the protein and vitamins by adding one egg and 1/2 cup of wheat germ. Size the serving according to the size of your pet. I use the small plastic cups like jello shots for my little guy. I purchased reusable containers with lids for my medium size guy. He is 50 pounds and gets about 1/2 cup per serving. My guys pick the containers up and enjoy eating in the favorite spot in the family room. I am teaching them to bring me the empty containers.

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gram mom July 02, 2012

My dog Sorcha (a Husky/German Shepherd mix) loves these. They are very cheap to make and I make hers without honey and with plain yogurt. She knows when I use the microwave these hot days we have been having that the Frosty Paws are on the way.

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Shannon V. Holmes June 29, 2012

My dog tried this and she tried to "eat-chase" it across the kitchen, down the hallway and into the bathroom!

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lexiandsadie June 28, 2012

Two Dew Claws Up! Darcy went NUTS for this recipe! Since she's a puppy I made her's in mini cupcake tins and ice cube trays-my trust in her with dixie cups is zero-LOL! There was no time to make a mess as she inhaled it! I can't find Frosty Paws in my area anymore but that's OK-my search is over! Darcy and I thank you for posting this recipe!

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Dib's March 09, 2012

More economical and I know what's in them! Rocky and Zak loved them. Thanks.

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kbarbon September 26, 2009
Tinker's Cuddy / Homemade Frosty Paws