7 Healthy Pup Ice Cream Recipes for Summer

7 Healthy Pup Ice Cream Recipes for Summer

You know who else is screaming for ice cream this summer? Your pup. Giving them a cone of chocolate chunk is obviously not the best idea. So we rounded up some of the most tasty, healthy DIY recipes for doggos (that you will probably want to eat too):

Peanut Butter Carob Pupsicles

Malibu Kitchen

We know even the smallest bit of chocolate can cause major tummy problems for your pup, so these frosty treats use carob, a vegan chocolate substitute that is just as tasty but doesn’t contain any of the toxic ingredients.

Strawberry Coconut Ice Cream

Dog Milk

This simple three-ingredient ice cream is made using plain yogurt, fresh strawberries, and coconut butter, which we love for improving digestion.

Peanut Butter Bacon Ice Cream Sandwiches

The Cookie Rookie

This sweet-and-salty ice cream contains two of any pup's favorite ingredients: peanut butter and bacon! Serve frozen or put a scoop between your dog’s favorite biscuits to make an ice cream sandwich.

Cinnamon Carob Pupsicles

Entirely Pets

Made with only frozen bananas, carob powder, and cinnamon, these pupsicles are not only easy to mix together, but they’re great for dogs with arthritis because of their anti-inflammatory properties.

Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream Paws

B. Britnell

These peanut butter and banana ice cream treats combine peanut butter, yogurt, bananas and honey. You can also freeze in one big batch for larger scoops.

Sweet Potato Ice Cream Pupcakes

Erica's Sweet Tooth

These sweets are made with fiber-rich sweet potato, which is great for your dog’s digestive health. Topped with cream cheese frosting and peanut butter drizzle.

Cinnamon Oatmeal Ice Cream

Bigger Bolder Baking

Blended with bananas and cinnamon, this ice cream is a great source of potassium and magnesium for your pup. It also contains oatmeal, which is a healthy carb for any pup who is sensitive to wheat or other grains.

The Ollie blog is devoted to helping pet parents lead healthier lives with their pups. If you want to learn more about our fresh, human-grade food, check out MyOllie.com.

Kristen Klemens

Kristen Klemens

Content Intern at Ollie. Proud aunt of two pups. Aspiring bulldog mother. Can I pet your dog?

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