Frozen Pupcakes

Frozen (peanut butter banana) PupCakes!

Lola’s birthday was this week so I wanted to make her something special, but didn’t really feel like turning on the oven. I’ll admit, I’ve been kind of lazy lately about baking.

So I posted this photo…
Frozen (peanut butter banana) PupCakes!

and realized I hadn’t shared the recipe yet. Shame on me.

These are pretty much the easiest treat to make for your dog, ever. Dump everything in a blender, pour into trays and freeze.

I’ve made a couple versions of this treat (more coming later) and now whenever the dogs hear the blender…they assume it’s for them. 99% of the time, they are correct.

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Frozen Pupcakes
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Frozen peanut butter banana pupcakes! 5 minutes and you're done!
Recipe type: dog treat recipe
Serves: 5
  • ⅓ cup peanut butter
  • ½ cup plain yogurt (I used greek 2%)
  • 1 ripe banana
  • splash (unsweetened) almond milk (or water!)
  • Mini & regular muffin tins
  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender; blend until smooth.
  2. Add a splash of water or almond milk until everything blends well, adding more as necessary.
  3. Pour mixture into muffin tins and freeze until solid.
  4. Remove from the freezer when ready to serve and allow to sit for a few minutes to slightly thaw, then pop out with a knife, stack and serve!
*Silicon muffin cups work great for these treats!


I topped mine with those itty bitty Sojo’s dog treats and they added the perfect little touch.

Your pups will LOVE these!

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20 Replies to “Frozen Pupcakes”

  1. Yum! Those look good to me too! Can the humans eat them? I say that about all the goodies you make for your dogs because your pictures make them look so yummy!

    This recipe is so easy I think I’m actually going to give it a try! Ace loves bananas and peanut butter, so this is perfect. And I don’t want to bake either 🙂

    1. Hi Lindsay,
      Thank you – you’re so sweet! I’m fairly certain these would taste pretty decent for humans as well! Enjoy 😉

  2. We live in Florida so I’m all about treats that do not involve the oven this time of year. They also sound quick and easy which is another thing I love. Minus the doggie bones and the whole family could enjoy these!

  3. Dear Sarah
    I cannot thank you enough from the bottom of my heart for such an easy yet wonderful recipe. My cocker spaniel Hazel has been diagnosed advanced ear cancer and has not been eating well. But she absolutely loved these frozen pupcakes and she couldn’t stop licking the bowl! Thank you for sharing your recipe. Eternally grateful . . .

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