Frozen dog treats on a stick

Dog and frozen treat

It's an annual tradition not to be missed. There's the Giant Slide, shows at the Grand Stand, Sweet Martha's cookies, and so much more.

And of course, everything is better on a stick. 

While our furry best friends can't come to the State Fair with us, we have just the thing to bring it to them: frozen dog treats on a stick. 

Ingredients mixed
Treat molds

Animal Humane Society partnered with NellieBellie to bring you these nutritious and fun treats. Made from yogurt and pumpkin, these refreshing homemade treats will make your dog go crazy.

Treats, before the freezer

Make up a batch of these dog popsicles for a cool treat in the summer or keep them in the freezer all year long!

Frozen treats on a stick

Frozen treat recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 cup 100% pumpkin 
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • ¼ cup Greek yogurt, plain, unsweetened (amount may vary depending on the molds you choose to use)
  • Treat sticks (break them to fit the size of the mold you choose to use)

Directions

  1. Line the bottom and sides of your mold with Greek yogurt. Be sure the coating is fairly thick so that it will be strong enough.
  2. Drop a spoonful of pumpkin mixture into the center of the mold. How much you use depends on the size of the mold.
  3. Gently press the pumpkin mixture down to allow the mold to be level.
  4. Press a treat stick into the mold either from the top (if using cups) or from the side (if using popsicle molds).
  5. Freeze for several hours.
  6. Gently pull the treats out of the molds and treat your pup, or save in an air-tight container for later. 

Tip: to make these treats even faster simply mix yogurt, peanut butter, and pumpkin together and press into molds. No need to line the mold first! It won’t look as exciting but we doubt your dog cares too much.

Popsicle mold
Treat popsicles

Looking for more homemade treat ideas?

This pumpkin treat recipe is drool-worthy, too! Pumpkin is full of good nutrients that support overall health and can help your dog stay regular and even lose some extra pet pounds.

Or check out this holiday cookie recipe. With a calming ingredient, it'll help manage your pet's anxiety or stress.

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