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Weekly Recipe Pineapple Pupsicles Dog Snacks

Weekly Recipe: Pineapple Popsicles Dog Snacks

Jun 16, 2023




Dear friends, welcome to Spunkyjunky's weekly recipe series. Our blog accompanies you from winter to summer.

Now that summer is truly upon us, our dogs need refreshing treats to keep them cool and content.

Today we are going to share pineapple popsicles that dogs can eat. These fresh pineapple popsicles are packed with the vitamins and minerals your dog needs while keeping your puppy cool.

Let's start!



Ingredients for dog snacks Pineapple Pupsicles


● 2 cups fresh pineapple, chopped 


● 1 cup Greek yogurt 


● 1/4 cup water 


● A handful of fresh blueberries or strawberries
(cut into small pieces)


● A handful of fresh mint leaves
(for added freshness)







steps for makeing dog snacks Pineapple Pupsicles
1. Place the chopped pineapple, Greek yogurt, water, and mint leaves in a blender. 
2. Blend the ingredients until you achieve a smooth and creamy consistency. 
3. Add a handful of fresh blueberries or strawberries and blend briefly to incorporate them into the mixture. 
4. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds or ice cube trays, leaving a small gap at the top to allow for expansion during freezing. 
5. Place the molds or trays in the freezer and let them freeze for at least 4 hours or until completely solid.
6. Once the popsicles are completely frozen, carefully remove them from the mold or tray, and they are ready to eat.


Nutrition Facts:

Pineapple Popsicles Dog Snacks
NUTRITION FACTS for weekly recipe Pineapple Pupsicles Dog Snacks

Note: The exact nutritional values may vary depending on the specific brands and quantities of ingredients used. The nutrition information provided is a general estimate and should be a guideline. 



1. Ensure the pineapple is fresh and ripe for optimal sweetness and flavor. 

2. Greek yogurt adds a creamy texture and protein to the popsicles. If your dog is lactose intolerant, you can substitute it with dairy-free yogurt or coconut milk. 

3. You can add a small amount of honey or maple syrup for an extra flavor. However, be mindful of your dog's sugar intake. 

4. Mint leaves can help freshen your dog's breath, but some dogs may find the taste too strong. Adjust the amount according to your dog's preference.



Leftover popsicles can be transferred to airtight containers or resealable freezer bags. Label the container or bag with the date and name of the food. 

Popsicles can be stored in the freezer for up to 2 months.

Allergen Information:


● Pineapple: Pineapple is usually safe for dogs and is not a food that most dogs are allergic to. But, as with any new food, you should watch your dog for signs of an allergic response, like itching, swelling, or stomach problems. If your dog has never had pineapple, give them small amounts over time to ensure they like it. 
● Greek yogurt: Dogs can usually eat yogurt, but some dogs may not be able to handle lactose or have dairy issues. If dairy products upset your dog's stomach or make him sick, try giving him yogurt that doesn't contain dairy or coconut milk instead. 
● Mint Leaves: Mint leaves are generally safe for dogs and can provide fresh breath. However, some dogs may have an aversion to the taste or may experience digestive upset if consumed in large amounts. Monitor your dog's reaction to mint leaves and adjust the amount accordingly. 


It's important to remember that every dog is different, and some may have food needs, allergies, or sensitivities. What if you don't know much about the ingredients or if they are good for your dog? In that case, you should talk to your vet before giving your dog new things.

FAQ about Pineapple Popsicles Dog Snacks

1. Can dogs eat pineapple? 

Yes, dogs can eat pineapple. It's safe for them to consume in moderation. However, remove the tough outer skin and hard core before offering it to your dog. Pineapple is a sweet treat that can provide them with vitamins and nutrients.

2. Can dogs eat yogurt? 

Yes, dogs can eat yogurt. Choosing plain, unsweetened yogurt without any added flavors or artificial sweeteners is important. Yogurt can be a good source of probiotics and calcium for dogs, but some dogs may be lactose intolerant, so monitor their digestion and introduce it in small amounts.

3. Can dogs eat mint leaves? 

Mint leaves are not toxic to dogs but can cause stomach upset or irritation if consumed in large quantities. 

4. Can dogs eat popsicles?

Yes, dogs can eat popsicles. But most popsicles contain ingredients that can harm dogs, such as artificial sweeteners, high sugar content, or additives. Therefore, you can choose to make safe and healthy popsicles for dogs by yourself.


Final Thoughts

Imagine how excited your puppy will be for a cool treat on a hot summer day when you make them these tasty dog snacks. These dog snacks are not only a tasty treat, but they are also good for you in some ways. 


Remember to share the joy by snapping an adorable photo of your dog enjoying the pup. Please take a picture of their frozen treat melting in their mouth or of them waiting eagerly for you to open those frozen treats. 

Enjoy the smiles, wagging tails, and sheer joy of improving your pup's day.


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