Halloween Dog Treats Recipes: Halloween Frozen Candy

Halloween Dog Treats Recipes, did you know there are Halloween dog recipes? Yes, and that’s why today I bring you an exquisite recipe for your dog and homemade.

And on Halloween, there’s nothing better than making delicious, healthy, natural candies to celebrate the spookiest night of the year.

You already know that I try to put super simple recipes which do not require a lot of work, with ingredients that are very easy to obtain and quick to make.

In this case, the recipe I am offering you today is one of the simplest… You don’t even need an oven!

It consists of frozen pumpkin candy (obviously, pumpkin cannot be missing in any Halloween recipe), yogurt and banana.

Grab your apron and get to work!

Halloween Dog Treats Recipes: Halloween Frozen Candy


One large banana (or if you can’t find two small bananas).
One natural skimmed yogurt.
1/2 measure pumpkin puree yogurt.

With this amount of ingredients, you have about 10-12 frozen candies, depending on the thickness and depth of your mold.

PREPARATION For Halloween Dog Treats Recipes

  • Obtain a silicone mold freeze, if possible, with terrifying patterns or as in the photo of footprints.
  • First, fill 1/3 of each mold with yogurt and keep the rest.
  • Freeze the mold for an hour and a half or 2 hours until you notice that the yogurt is hard.
  • Meanwhile, boil the pumpkin and mash it and let it cool once it is boiled.
  • Once tempered, mix the puree with 1/2 yogurt. Mix well until a homogeneous mass remains.
  • In the mold of the yogurt, which will already be frozen, pour 1/3 of each mold with this mixture of pumpkin and yogurt.
  • Please bring it back to the freezer for enough time to freeze (between an hour and a half and two hours).
  • Mash the banana (or bananas) with a blender until pureed and add the remaining yogurt and beat until well blended.
  • Add this mixture to the mold whose contents will already be frozen and freeze it again.

TIP: use a sleeve rather than a spoon to distribute the contents in the molds. This way, it will be much easier and cleaner.

And after two hours, you’ll have frozen Halloween candies ready to feed your dog.

Remember that before giving the treat directly from the freezer to your dog, let him warm up a bit (the cold could burn his tongue)

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