Frozen Coconut Oil Dog Treats {Only 3 Ingredients!}

Frozen dog treats in the shape of paws

Does your dog like frozen treats? Mine sure does! Especially when those treats contain coconut oil, almond butter, and bananas. These frozen coconut oil dog treats contain only three ingredients and are so easy to make at home. Your pup will absolutely love these homemade frozen dog treats.

While I do buy my dog store-bought treats from time to time, I love to make simple treats for her at home. I like to know exactly what ingredients are going into her treats and I can feel good about the wholesome treats she’s eating. Keep on reading to learn how you can make simple and healthy coconut oil dog treats for your pup at home.

Frozen Coconut Dog Treat Recipes

I always knew that coconut oil was a wonderful ingredient for my own diet, but I just recently learned about the benefits of coconut oil for dogs, too! Coconut oil is great for dogs’ oral health, shiny coats, and so much more!

Once I did a little research, I knew I wanted to start making homemade coconut oil dog treats for my pup. Of course, you could give your dog a little bit of coconut oil on its own, but I knew my dog would love some treats if there was almond butter and banana included — two of her favorite ingredients!

Our frozen dog treat recipe is super easy to mix up as it only contains three ingredients:

  1. Wildly Organic Coconut Oil
  2. Wildly Organic Almond Butter
  3. Fresh banana

That’s it!

A black and white dog looking up and expecting a treat

I love that these coconut oil dog treats keep well in the freezer for a few months. So all I have to do is make a big batch of these homemade frozen dog treats and pull them out as needed. I do recommend purchasing a silicone mold of any shape to freeze the mixture in. It’s much easier to pop these out of silicone molds than a metal muffin tin. Plus, you can find some cute shapes like dog paws or bones like I used!

It is really important to remember not to feed your dog any nut butter that contains xylitol, an artificial sweetener, since it is extremely toxic to dogs. In fact, always use natural nut butter in your coconut oil dog treats that only contain nuts and salt in them, like Wildly Organic’s high-quality Organic Almond Butter. No sweetener is necessary!

Looking for more ways to treat your dog? Try these other recipes!

Will you make these healthy frozen dog treat recipes for your pup?

Frozen Coconut Oil Dog Treats

Does your pup love homemade frozen dog treats? Mine sure does! Especially when those treats contain coconut oil, almond butter, and bananas. These frozen coconut oil dog treats only contain 3 ingredients and are so easy to make at home. Your pup will absolutely love these tasty treats!

Servings: 24 treats
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Passive Time: 60 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add coconut oil, almond butter, and banana to a food processor
  2. Blend until smooth
  3. Pour or spoon mixture into silicone molds
  4. Place silicone molds on a baking sheet for easy handling
  5. Freeze the coconut oil dog treats until solid, about an hour
  6. Store in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 2 months

Frozen Dog Treat Recipe Notes

An excited tan-colored dog with open mouth and tongue out

The serving size of the homemade frozen dog treats will depend on how large your molds are. My molds filled about a tablespoon of the mixture and I made about 24 treats.

Buy Coconut Oil Dog Treat Ingredients From Wildly Organic

We all want to feed our fur babies the best and most nutritious food. If you’re looking for wholesome and healthy ingredients to make homemade dog treats, Wildly Organics is the best place to shop. Our virgin coconut oil and raw almond butter are just what you need to make the perfect homemade frozen dog treats. Shop our USDA-certified organic coconut oil and almond butter and get free US Shipping over $49.


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