Looking for a healthy treat for your pet? Make your dog’s favorite peanut butter frozen dog treats in minutes and eliminate the risk of your pet getting sick from commercially baked treats.
Make these delicious Peanut Butter Dog Treats to keep your pup cool! They're simple and easy to make! Dog-friendly and healthy at the same time.
Coconut oil and peanut butter make the easiest treats ever! Do you need a breath freshener? Add a snip of parsley and you’ll have an easy breath freshener for dogs.
My favorite thing to do is make dog treats from scratch. I have items for almost every category of baking, from muffins and cookies to breath mints and no-bake treats. Wait. There’s even a bacon one too.
Only 2-Ingredients Frozen Dog Treats
I love this frozen treat because it's so quick and easy. It's the easiest one of all, with just TWO ingredients.
Yes, only 2! Peanut butter and coconut oil. Except for maybe the parsley, you should have everything at hand.
You'll need a silicone baking pan. This is the one I used, but you could use any shape - hearts, Easter eggs, bones, etc.
From there, you can pour your mix of coconut oil and peanut butter together, pour it into your silicone mold and let it freeze for a bit. That’s it!
How to Make Puppy Peanut Butter Frozen Dog Treats
Peanut butter and coconut oil are two of the most delicious ingredients together, and they’re great for dogs—but not only are they delicious, they’re super healthy too.
If your dog loves peanut butter, then you’re going to love these treats.
We filled them with peanut butter and coconut oil so they’re easy to make. They’re also great for training your dog.
Our full recipe is below for easy printing.
Peanut Butter - It's important when choosing peanut butter for your dog that you choose a Xylitol Free peanut butter that's safe for your dog's.
Coconut Oil - coconut oil is great for your dog's coat and skin. Plus, it's easy to use in making homemade dog treats or even homemade frosting for your dog's cupcakes.
- Cylinder Silicone Molds - I used a cylinder mold because all my dog treat molds were hanging up to dry. However, you can use any cute doggie molds like paws or dog bones, even hearts.
- Heat resistance glass or metal bowls
Full directions are available in the printable recipe card below.
We are using a slightly unique method for making these homemade frozen dog treats.
Place 1-2 inches of water into a pot and bring to a low simmer.
Mix peanut butter and coconut oil together into a heat safe bowl.
Once the water is simmering, place the bowl with the ingredients into the pot until melted.
Pour your peanut butter and coconut oil into the molds and place into the freezer for a couple of hours.
Feed to your pup and watch them enjoy it!
Printable Puppy Peanut Butter Frozen Dog Treats
- ½ cup peanut butter
- ½ cup coconut oil
- Fill a pot with about 1-2 inches of water.
- Add the ingredients to a glass or metal heat safe bowl that will fit inside the pot, without touching the water.
- Place the bowl in the pot, and heat over low heat to simmer, stirring often, until you have a liquid consistency.
- Pour into a spouted measuring cup, and pour mixture into the mold cavities.
- Set in the freezer for 30-60 minutes to set.
- Store these treats in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 144Total Fat: 14gSaturated Fat: 9gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 51mgCarbohydrates: 3gFiber: 1gSugar: 1gProtein: 2g