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DIY Easy, Nutritious Homemade Dog Treat Recipes You & Your Dog Will Love

January 22, 2024 | Woof Team

Ready to whip up a batch of nourishing, delicious, low-cal homemade dog treats for your pup? These easy dog treat recipes come together in minutes, making it simple for you to give your dog the nutrients they need to thrive. Make them in our 100% food-grade silicone Pupsicle Treat Tray to fit into The Pupsicle dog enrichment toy. From soothing Pops designed for pups with upset tummies to a refreshing dog treat recipe that keeps ‘em hydrated, we’ve got recipes for every kind of treat. The Pupsicle is designed to be endlessly refillable (with special drool slots to keep the mess off your carpet!), so you can treat your dog to homemade dog treats with their favorite flavors again and again. 

We want to see your favorite recipes, too! Tag us @mywoof to share what your dog’s loving to lick in their Pupsicle dog toy.  

A Note on Ingredients: These are some of our pack’s favorite Pupsicle recipes, and not nutritional recommendations. If you have any nutritional or food concerns about ingredients for your dog, be sure to check with your vet first.

Super Smoothie Pops

Fruity, refreshing Pops packed with probiotics.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Watermelon, plain yogurt, blueberries

1. Muddle 1 watermelon slice and fill ⅓ of each treat mold.
2. Freeze for 30 minutes; remove from freezer and fill with yogurt.
3. Add blueberries and top with water.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Low Calorie | Hydrating | Antioxidants | Probiotic


This Pupsicle Pop is perfect for a hot day! Refreshing watermelon hydrates your pup while blueberries offer antioxidant powers.


Nothin'-But-Natural Pops

Full of Omega-3s for your pup’s heart, joints, and coat.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Salmon oil, coconut oil, mint leaves

1. Place ½ tsp of salmon oil and ½ tsp coconut oil into each treat mold.
2. Finely chop mint leaves and sprinkle on top.
3. Top with water.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Omega-3s | Good Fats | Aids Digestion | Fresh Breath


Our Wild Alaskan Salmon Oil can be used to make a Pop or as a meal topper to entice picky pups.


Protein Party Pops

Make your dog’s favorite treats last a whole lot longer.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Woof’s Doggy Broth, Love Nuggets jerky treats

1. Mix Doggy Broth to desired thickness per package instructions.
2. Pour into treat molds, leaving room for Love Nuggets.
3. Add Love Nuggets into each mold.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Nutrient Dense | Low Calorie | High Protein | All Natural 


The Woof Team loves combining these two all-natural products to make quick, easy, and nutritious Pops.


Tumm-Emergency Pops

Made with soothing ingredients for upset tummies.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Pumpkin puree, chicken breast, rice

1. Boil 1 chicken breast and shred. Cook rice as directed.
2. Mix 1 tbsp pumpkin, 1 tbsp chicken, and 1 tbsp rice per pop.
3. Fill each treat mold and top with water.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Tummy Soothing | Lean Protein | Aids Digestion | Fiber-Rich


After your pup’s stomach is settled, give them this Pop to help calm digestion.


Peaceful Pops

Calm your dog with a cuppa chamomile tea.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Chamomile tea, blueberries, basil leaves, milk of choice

1. Add 3 blueberries and a dash of chopped basil to each treat mold.
2. Brew chamomile tea, cool, and fill each mold halfway.
3. Top with your milk of choice.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Calming | Antioxidants | Low Calorie | High Fiber


This is a great Pop for pups with anxioustendencies or nervous tummies!


Banana Probiotic Pops

Like a banana split just for your very best friend.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Banana, plain yogurt, peanut butter

1. Fill ¾ of each treat mold with yogurt.
2. Place 1 banana slice on top.
3. Drizzle peanut butter.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Probiotic | Potassium | Low Calorie | High Protein


Bananas are a great low-calorietreat for dogs! They’re high inpotassium, vitamin, biotin, fiber, and copper. They should be give in moderation because of their high sugar content.


Delicious Dinner Pops

Just like Mom made it…

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Doggy Broth, lean ground beef, carrots

1. Cook ground beef and drain fat well.
2. Boil a few carrots and chop.
3. Fill each treat mold with beef and carrots and top with bone broth.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Aids Digestion | Lean Protein | Rich in Vitamin A | Eye Health


Bone broth is packed with much-needed minerals for canine nutrition. These minerals, including magnesium, calcium, sulfur, silica, and phosphorus, support the nervous system, heart health, muscles, sleep, and hydration of your dog.


Berry Happy Pops

Fill their treat with the flavors of a PB&J.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Oatmeal, peanut butter, banana, honey, strawberries

1. Blend ½ cup of oatmeal with water and strain to make oat milk.
2. Place chopped bananas and strawberries in each treat mold.
3. Top each treat mold with a drizzle of honey and peanut butter.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Muscle Growth | Allergy Relief | Skin & Coat | Protein


Oatmeal is filled with fiber, antioxidants, and Vitamin B, which helps keep coats healthy. Give in moderation due to its high fiber content.


Very Veggie Pops

Nutritious veggies make a delicious, low-cal Pop.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Carrots, broccoli, milk of choice

1. Chop 2 carrots, and 4 broccoli florets into small pieces and steam.
2. Fill each treat mold with cooked veggies.
3. Top with milk of choice.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Low Calorie | High Fiber | Rich in Vitamins A and C


The nutrients in carrots can help support your dog’s immune system and eye health.


Fun Fruity Pops

A sweet treat for hot summer days.

Prep Time: 10 min | Lick Time: 10 min

Ingredients: Cantaloupe, plain yogurt, mint leaves

1. Blend cantaloupe and yogurt until smooth.
2. Add a dash of chopped mint to each treat mold.
3. Fill each mold with yogurt mixture.
4. Freeze and enjoy!

Tummy Soothing | Low Calorie | Probiotics | Fresh Breath


Fruits are important for your dog’s overall health, but we recommend serving them in moderation to limit your dog’s sugar intake.

To download the PDF version of our recipe book click here!

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