Peanut Butter & Banana Frozen Dog Treats

Peanut Butter & Banana Frozen Dog Treats - get the recipe!

Updated on July 15th, 2019

How about a tasty frozen treat for your pooch this summer? Look no further than these yummy peanut butter & banana frozen dog treats that are super easy to make.

My previous frozen dog treat recipe for Strawberry and Apple treats was one of my most popular posts last year, so I’ve been working hard to come up with some more dog treat recipes for you this year.

These treats combine peanut butter, banana, natural yoghurt and sprinkling of water to create super-smooth doggie ice cream that can be frozen into small portions for the perfect hot weather treat.

The best thing is, they are totally edible for humans too, so you can have a treat at the same time as your pooch!

Freddie the shih tzu cross dog licking a tasty frozen dog treat

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Banana & Peanut Butter Frosty Paws Dog Treats

Watch the video below to find out how to make these scrummy treats (dogs usually LOVE peanut butter!).

Prefer to read rather than watch? No problem – scroll down for the full recipe.

To make bone shaped frozen dog treats, you’ll need an ice cube tray. I LOVE these shaped silicon ice cube moulds as they create super-cute shaped dog treats.

3 Pack Silicone Ice Molds Trays with Puppy Dog Paw and Bone Shape, FineGood Dog Food MoldReusable Bakeware Maker for Baking Chocolate Candy,
  • HIGH QUALITY: Made of 100% premium, food grade silicone which is FDA approved, BPA free and eco-friendly.
  • MULTIFUNCTIONAL: You can use these molds to make ice, lollies, chocolates, soaps, cakes, bread, jelly, pudding etc.
  • SAFE TO USE: These molds are safe used in oven, microwave oven, freezer and dishwasher. Temperature safe from-40 to +446 degrees Fahrenheit (-40 to +230 degrees Celsius).
  • NO WORRY ABOUT CRACK: Using hard plastic molds and sometimes the mold cracks when you try to get your pieces out. But this silicone mold won't crack or break like that. You can take out the cupcakes or the chocolate easily.
  • SIZE: Paw-Tray (8.7” x 4.3” x 0.8"), each cavity (1.4" x 1.2" x 0.8"). Bone-Tray (9.1” x 5.7” x 0.6") each cavity (1.6" x 1" x 0.5”).

The other piece of equipment you need is a blender. My favourite kitchen accessory is my Kenwood Mini Chopper – I use it SO much when I’m cooking – both for my family and my dogs!

Kenwood Mini Chopper, 0.35 Litre Dishwasher Safe Bowl, 2 Speeds, Rubber Feet for Food Chopper Stability, 300 W, CH180A, White
  • MINI CHOPPER: This food processor has two speeds for control of chopping rate while creating your favourite dish
  • PERFORMANCE: The powerful 300 W motor ensures excellent results for your chopping when you are creating rubs during meat preparation
  • SAFETY FEATURES: The rubber feet provide grip on work surfaces and the bowl and body interlock for safety and security while cooking
  • BOWL CAPACITY: Comes with a 0.35 Litre bowl with 150 g chopping capacity for herbs, vegetables and onions
  • EASY CLEAN UP: The mini chopper dismantles for easy cleaning and the bowl can be put in the dishwasher after making delicious dips, sauces, salads and more

This mini-chopper makes light work of smushing up the banana for this recipe, and create a wonderfully creamy mixture of the banana, peanut butter and natural yogurt.

Let’s get started on the recipe!

Peanut Butter & Banana Frozen Dog Treats

Reward your dogs with these tasty and healthy frozen dog treats that they're sure to love!


  • 1 Banana
  • 2 tsp Peanut Butter Make sure it does NOT contain Xylitol as it's poisonous to dogs
  • 3 tbsp Natural yoghurt
  • 1 splash Water


  1. Chop the banana, add to a blender and blend until smooth

  2. Add the peanut butter, yoghurt and a splash of water.

  3. Blend again until smooth. If you mixture is too thick, add a little more water and re-blend.

  4. Use a small spoon to fill your ice cube tray, filling each space to the top.

  5. Freeze for 6+ hours; ideally overnight