Puppy Pops

It’s been nice and hot here in Arizona. The kids and I having been cooling off each day by experimenting with all kinds of different homemade Popsicle flavors. I was sitting outside with my daughter the other day enjoying one of our new creations and she was telling me how excited she was to see The Secret Life Of Pets. She is my huge animal lover and wants to be a vet when she grows up! She looked at me and asked if we could make the dogs their own Popsicle’s since they’re always trying to get to hers! Ah, great idea! We went inside and already had everything we needed on hand to make some puppy pops!

You’ll need:

1/2 cup of peanut butter

1 cup of plain or vanilla yogurt

1 banana

dog treats (optional but we used them as the handles)

Popsicle mold or small paper cups

Puppy Pops

Peel the banana and place the 3 ingredients in a blender or food processor. Mix thoroughly. Poor the liquid into the Popsicle mold.  Place a dog treat into each to use as a handle instead of a stick. Place in the freezer for 3 hours or until frozen. Puppy Pops

Ours dogs LOVED the puppy pops!

Puppy Pops

Puppy Pops

Are you planning on seeing The Secret Life Of Pets?

I’ve teamed up with some blogger friends to celebrate The Secret Life of Pets coming to theaters! Make sure to stop by to see the amazing things they’ve made. 

The Secret Life of Pets SQUARE

 Lime Coconut Puppy Chow from Around My Family Table
Kibbles & Bits Snack Mix from Love Bakes Good Cakes
Catnip Tea (for cats) from Celebrating Family
Puppy Chow Cookie Bars from A Savory Feast
Puppy Pops from A Little Slice of Us
 Sweet Potato & Banana Pupsicles from A Joyfully Mad Kitchen
 Puppy Party Snacks from For The Love of Food
Bacon Fluffernutter Puppy Chow from Bread Booze Bacon

Thanks for stopping by!


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