Mia’s Kitchen

June 7, 2013  

Eat Your Vegetables Pupsicles

If you have a family member that has been turning up her nose at her veggies lately in favor of purely peanut butter-based meals, this is an easy way to sneak some fiber and nutrients into the diet, with just a touch of peanut butter involved so that it still counts as a “treat”.


  • Plain yogurt (no flavoring or sweeteners)
  • Pureed vegetables (use your dog’s favorites)
  • Thinly sliced banana rounds
  • Peanut butter
  • Dixie cups
  • Carrot sticks, green beans, or dog treats (for the pupsicle stick)


  • Mix yogurt and pureed fruit/veg together.
  • Put a banana round in the bottom of each cup.
  • Put yogurt mixture into cups.
  • Put a peanut butter-smeared carrot, green bean, or dog treat in the center of each cup.
  • Put in freezer until frozen all the way through.
  • Peel off paper cup before serving.
  • Note: To make the pupsicles extra appealing, put some beef or chicken broth into the blender before you puree the vegetables. Keep in mind that if you have a dog that doesn’t routinely eat vegetables, you don’t want to overdo it – nobody wants to get up in the middle of the night for an emergency potty break!

    The use of any recipe is at your own discretion. Check with a veterinarian prior to feeding homemade food or treats if you are unsure about any recipe or if your dog has any medical conditions, special nutritional needs, or ingredient sensitivities. StubbyDog makes no assurances about and is not liable for the outcome, nutritional value, or safety of any recipe.

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