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4 purple popsicles shaped like paws in a white baking dish filled with ice cubes

Peanut Butter Swirl Dog Popsicles

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  • Author: Alex Aldeborgh
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 3 hours freeze time
  • Total Time: 10 minutes
  • Yield: 8 dog popsicles 1x
  • Category: snack
  • Method: No Bake


These homemade dog popsicles are a cool, refreshing treat for your furry friend in the summertime! Made with simple nutritious ingredients like frozen fruit, plain Greek yogurt, and swirled with creamy peanut butter. Keep a batch frozen in your freezer for those hot days!




  1. Add frozen banana, frozen berries, Greek yogurt, and water to a blender.
  2. Blend on high for about 30 seconds, until everything is combined and completely smooth – like a smoothie!
  3. Pour the mixture into eight popsicle molds, filling 3/4 of the way full.
  4. Use a spoon to add 1 tsp of peanut butter to each popsicle.
  5. Sprinkle some Bowl Boosters into each popsicle.
  6. Use a butter knife to swirl the peanut butter and Bowl Boosters pieces around.
  7. Add popsicle sticks/stick-shaped treats and freeze the pops for at least 3 hours until frozen through.
  8. Pop them out of the molds and let your dog enjoy!


Kitchen tools needed

To make this recipe, you need a blender and popsicle molds. You will also need wooden popsicle sticks or a stick-shaped treat like bully sticks, Milk Bones, carrot sticks, or celery. Coby is a gentle eater, but if your dog is a chomper, I do not recommend using a wooden popsicle stick to avoid a choking hazard.

What can I use instead of popsicle molds?

If you don’t have popsicle molds, you can use paper cups or a reusable ice cube tray to freeze the dog popsicles.

Dog popsicles can get messy, so you should let your dog enjoy their popsicle outside or on a hard surface where they can lick up the drippings.