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Banana Yogurt Ice Treats For Cats and Dogs

Easy Recipes For Pets 2 min read
Dog eating banana and yogurt ice treat

Help your furkiddo beat the heat this summer with this tasty banana yogurt ice treats recipe for cats and dogs! This vet formulated recipe is only 3 ingredients and is super easy to make. It is a healthy snack that will help keep them cool and can be used to help fussy eaters to get their daily NHV supplements. The best part is that pet parents can have this tasty treat too!

This vet formulated recipe is only 3 ingredients and super easy to make

Bananas contain a fair amount of fiber, as well as several antioxidants. Bananas support digestion because they are rich in sugar, but it is important to give a moderate amount. Plain, low or non-fat yogurt provides probiotic benefits and serves as an excellent source of calcium. NHV Turmeric supports the general well-being of dogs by improving liver function and reduces inflammation.

DIY Banana and Yogurt Ice Treats for Cats and Dogs 🍦


• 2 bananas (peeled)

• 2/3 cups of lactose-free yogurt

• NHV Supplement (NHV Turmeric is really tasty with this treat)


1. Peel 2 bananas, cut into smaller pieces for easy blending

2. Add banana pieces and yogurt to a blender

3. Blend until smooth

4. Pour mixture into an ice cube tray

5. Freeze for 90 minutes

6. Remove from ice cube tray, serve into a pet-safe dish

7. On top, drizzle regular dosage of favorite NHV supplement on top
(we recommend NHV Turmeric because it is a superfood that supports general wellbeing in pets and compliments the flavor of the treat)

8. Serve to your furkiddo and watch them enjoy!

French bulldog licking ice cream treat


If your pet doesn’t like to eat anything frozen, try a creamier version by freezing the blended mixtures for 45 minutes and serve as a chilled smoothie instead. Regular and Greek yogurt are both naturally low in lactose and can be used in moderation for pets that do not have lactose sensitivities. This is a great occasional treat and should be served in moderation also because of the sugar content of the bananas.

We’d love to hear how your pet liked the treat! Please let us know your pet’s reactions or the ways you made this recipe your own. Tag us in pictures on social media of you and your furkiddo making it together or enjoying it.

Happy Snacking!

Published: August 8, 2019

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