Peanut Butter Pops for Dogs

"Another pet recipe found on the net. I've tried them, using plain low fat yogurt, much to my dog's delight. But then, whats not to love: peanut butter, yogurt, ice cubes. Yum"
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Ready In:
8hrs 10mins
24 cubes




  • Place peanut butter in a microwave safe dish and microwave until melted.
  • Mix yogurt and peanut butter together in a bowl.
  • Pour mixture into ice cube trays and freeze overnight.

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  1. I made 1/2 a dozen of these treats for my sweetie, Daisy. With only two ingredients it is a cinch to put together! I only froze them for 4 hours and they were perfect for her to lick down to a size that she could easily then bite into and finish up. I tasted the combination, when I was putting it into the ice cube trays, and thought this would be a good snack to eat myself maybe dipped into apple slices? Thanks, Dreamer!
  2. My border collie, Lucy, gobbled these up. I used vanilla yogurt. I sprayed the ice cube mold with Pam and they slipped right out. I tasted one too and thought they weren't so bad myself!
  3. This whipped up in no time. I put a couple of teaspoons in each ice cube, but since my dogs are small, next time I'll just use a teaspoon.....of course I'll get more pops, but just in smaller sizes. One dog was skeptical at first (Bailey) until she saw how much Tucker was enjoying his. After that, they were trying to steal pops from each other. Great fun and a wonderful treat for my babies! 5 PAWS!
  4. Well you are to blame now for my dog getting brain freeze because she can't stop woofing these down ! The first one she took tentatively and took her time eating it - the 2nd, 3rd and 4th were two bite wonders all in her mouth! So simple it is silly that I ever paid those high prices at the store from frozen pet treats. I received a dozen small treats as I used a mini muffin pan to form the treats as to me that was the best avenue and gave her a small treat where I could give her a few to eat. So glad I found this recipe in 123 Hit Wonders!!
  5. All 6 of my dogs loved these. I did have some trouble getting them out of the trays and the little ones made a mess trying to eat them but they all gobbled them up. This will be a welcome treat during the heat of the summer and one I'll make again for them. It is an outdoor treat for sure. Thanks.


  1. PLEASE! Make sure the peanut butter you are using doesn't have Xylitol. Xylitol is a common sugar replacement that you might find in your everyday peanut butter like Go Nuts,Krush Nutrition and Nuts'N'More. Make sure you buy peanut butter like Skippy and Jif.



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