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Homemade Frozen Banana Peanut Butter Coconut Oil Dog Treats

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Homemade Peanut Butter Banana Coconut Oil Frozen Dog Treats

These homemade peanut butter coconut oil dog treats are incredibly easy to make, quick to freeze, and perfect for hot summer days! You only need a few ingredients that you might already have on hand, a silicone mold, and a freezer!

Make these in an appropriate size for your dog with a silicone mold or just drop onto wax paper as little dots/mounds.

Homemade Frozen Peanut Butter, Banana, Coconut Oil Dog Treats

Dog treat ingredients

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homemade dog treats using peanut butter, banana and coconut oil

Homemade Frozen Banana Peanut Butter Coconut Oil Dog Treats

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Active Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 35 minutes
Difficulty: Easy

Homemade frozen banana peanut butter coconut oil dog treats

Materials

  • 1 cup softened coconut oil
  • 1 cup peanut butter
  • 1 medium banana

Instructions

  1. Place your peeled banana, peanut butter and coconut oil into a bowl and smash together with the backside of a spoon. The softer your peanut butter and oil, the easier this will combine. It's okay to have it a little chunky (just cut your baggie's corner a little larger to accommodate).
  2. Once mixed together, fill a plastic baggie with the mixture.
  3. Snip the corner with scissors and squeeze the mixture into your mold (silicone molds work great since they are flexible and let you pop the treats right out. You can also find so many different sizes and shapes.).

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You can also just make dots onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet, your choice! Once your mold is filled, pop into the freezer until solid. The treats will pop right out of a silicone mold and you can place them into a larger, labeled freezer-safe bag and they’ll keep for quite a while. Smaller, bite-sized treats would be great for training purposes.

These WILL soften if handled too long, so serve straight from the freezer or in a small dish.

 

Let me know if you make these! I’ll be heading into the kitchen soon to make some more homemade dog treats, so be sure to check back for more recipes to try!

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Angie

Tuesday 1st of September 2020

I have never thought of making my own treats for my dogs. My boyfriend and I just got a pocket bully so I’m gone try the treats for her. We never have time to go shopping together so with this we can make her treats together. She is his first dog much less pit. I have had dogs all my life.

Briitani

Friday 3rd of July 2020

After putting in the mold do u put in frig for awhile so they came set up and keep in frig or freezer after

Mandi Welbaum

Monday 6th of July 2020

I keep them in the freezer and then put in a bowl or on a plate when 'serving'. Outside in the summer they will melt quick! I would do fridge if you do smaller ones and plan to use them up within a week or two (airtight container), freezer for longer term.

Stephani

Friday 16th of August 2019

These sound like with a little honey added, they would be delicious for humans too! Have you ever tried one?

Kara

Saturday 4th of April 2020

I personally tried them, but if you give them a try with honey added, please make sure you let us know how delicious they turn out, because maybe they just might be great Munchie Bites for the whole Family!!

Mandi Welbaum

Friday 16th of August 2019

Yes! The PB and coconut oil are pretty much staples of keto "fat bombs" (the banana is not, too high in carbs), but of course I've tried a little! Not too bad!

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Kimberly Eid

Friday 4th of January 2019

Can any coconut oil be used on these or does a certain kind need to be used?

Mandi Welbaum

Friday 4th of January 2019

I used unrefined virgin coconut oil, but any good quality would be okay.