Sharon Willhite Recipe

Frosty Paws (recipe for dogs)

By Sharon Willhite MsRotts

Recipe Rating:
 5 Ratings
Prep Time:

Sharon's Story

My dog loves his ice cream especially on a hot day. I buy the 2 ounce cups of real ice cream and after we eat the ice cream I save them and wash them out to use for the dogs. It is a great way to recycle. I even keep the lids to place back on while the dog ice cream is freezing.


1 qt
plain yogurt
1 qt
of liquid (chicken broth, beef broth, water, whatever!!)
mixins to please the palate. example: canned chicken, other canned meats, canned pumpkin, mashed banana, peanut butter, etc.

Directions Step-By-Step

Mix all ingredients well. Pour into small cups (small plastic 2 ounce ice cream cups would work great) and freeze over night. Serve frozen.
***NOTE***NEVER use chocolate, onions, garlic or other ingredients that are harmful/fatal to dogs)

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: For Pets
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

  • Comments

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    joeyjoan K chachi - Jun 16, 2010
    nuts, avocados, and seeds like an appple seed are also very harmful to animals.
  • user
    susan larose lwd338 - Jun 17, 2010
    I,ve made these before for my labby and she LOVED them on a hot day I just used a small container of plain yogurt and a can of pure pumpkin, mix and freeze ;-)
  • user
    Sharon Willhite MsRotts - Jun 17, 2010
    Thank you Joan....I didn't know about seeds and nuts.

    Yes, Susan very easy and they LOVE them. They deserve being spoiled ;-)
  • user
    Jan Moes janicm - Jun 27, 2010
    Can't wait to try this!!!! I buy 3 boxes of frosty paws a week for our canine family....if they like this, think of all the $$$$ I will save!!
  • user
    Sharon Willhite MsRotts - Jun 27, 2010
    Jan, they will love them. Oh yes much cheaper. Let me know how it goes.