Frozen Banana and Peanut Butter Dog Treat Recipe

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Any kind of peanut butter dog treat recipe is welcome in this house. Our dogs go nuts for anything peanut butter. Once the long hot days of summer hit full force, we can show our dogs extra love by cooling them down with this frozen banana and peanut butter dog treat recipe. This post contains affiliate links to help us continue to spoil our pets, but all opinions are our own.

Dog licking a frozen peanut butter treat.

With just three simple ingredients that you probably have in your kitchen right now, you can make a healthy frozen treat for your dogs. Frosty doggy ice cream is available in stores, but making your own can save money, plus you have the peace of mind of knowing exactly what is in them. Making your own peanut butter dog treat recipe assures that you will have no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. Just make sure to use all natural peanut butter.

Bananas, peanut butter, and yogurt.

Frozen Banana and Peanut Butter Dog Treat Recipe


  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 1 cup plain Greek Yogurt
  • ½ cup creamy Peanut Butter – all natural onlycrucial
Dog treat mixed in a bowl.

You will also need:

  • A bowl
  • Wooden spoon
  • Muffin tin
Dog treat in a baking tin.


  1. In a large bowl mash up bananas with a potato masher or the back of a spoon – slightly overripe bananas are best for this recipe.
  2. Combine bananas with Greek yogurt and peanut butter until all ingredients are well combined. Using natural unsweetened peanut butter is the safe choice for dogs. You can blend the ingredients in a blender, but the dogs don’t mind if there are chunks, so it’s not necessary.
  3. Spoon into 6 standard size muffin tins or you can use mini muffin tins if you have small dogs and want smaller treats. Press firmly into cups.
  4. Freeze for 2-4 hours or until solid.
  5. When frozen completely remove treats from muffin tin and transfer to freezer safe bags to store up to 6 months, be sure to mark the bag with the date using a sharpie.
  6. Serve to your pups on hot days with plenty of cool, clean water to help them beat the heat.
Two dogs looking at a frozen dog treat on a plate.
Two dogs licking a dog treat on a plate outside.

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  1. Ummm, can I just make these for myself? Don’t have pets. The ingredients are all people friendly too.

  2. Maryann D. says:

    What a terrific treat for pets! I like that also. These are adorable photos too!

  3. Looks like they’re enjoying it! Your tan dog looks just like my chihuahua!

  4. Debbie Welchert says:

    These look and sound amazing. They will make such a great treat for my grand doggies. They will love them.

  5. Laura | Food Fun Family says:

    Is it bad that these look good for ME? What a great summer treat for dogs! Thanks for sharing at Delicious Dishes recipe party!

    1. Nope! Sure isn’t. LOL At least I hope not since I thought the same thing. 🙂

  6. natasha Lamoreux says:

    My dog would love this! I didn’t realize that peanut butter was ok for dogs. This actually looks like a treat my kids and I would like as well. lol

    1. It has to be all natural PB! Xylitol (found in some peanut butters) is super dangerous! So check ingredients. <3

  7. Sandy Weinstein says:

    my 3 gals love bananas, and they get plain greek yogurt with their meals everyday. so this is a win win for me. they also love frozen treats…

  8. Theresa A. says:

    I’m definitely saving this one for those ‘dog’ days of summer, I know my dog will enjoy getting relief from the heat with this treat. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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