Frosty Paws Two Recipe - Homemade Pet Food with Vanilla, Peanut, and Banana

Frosty Paws Two (pet food)

Frosty Paws Two Recipe - Homemade Pet Food with Vanilla, Peanut, and Banana
Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: freeze for at least 2 hours | Servings: 12


Frosty Paws Two
Frosty Paws Two

Frosty Paws Two is a delicious and nutritious frozen treat for your furry friends. Made with simple ingredients like yogurt, honey, peanut butter, and banana baby food, this recipe is sure to be a hit with your pets.


Frosty Paws Two is a variation of the original Frosty Paws recipe, which was created in the 1970s as a frozen treat for dogs. This homemade version allows you to control the quality of ingredients and customize the flavors to suit your pet's preferences.


How to prepare

  1. Blend all the ingredients together. Pour the mixture into small paper cups and freeze it.
  2. Remove the cups before serving.


  • Substitute the peanut butter with almond butter for a different flavor.
  • Add chopped fruits or vegetables for extra nutrients.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Use plain, unsweetened yogurt to avoid added sugars and artificial sweeteners.

- Make sure the peanut butter is free of xylitol, which is toxic to dogs.

- Freeze the mixture in small portions for easy serving.

Serving Suggestions

Serve Frosty Paws Two as a refreshing treat on a hot day or as a special reward for good behavior.

Cooking Techniques

Blend all the ingredients together until smooth.

- Freeze the mixture in small portions for easy serving.

Ingredient Substitutions

Use Greek yogurt for a thicker consistency.

- Substitute honey with maple syrup for a different sweetness.

Make Ahead Tips

Prepare Frosty Paws Two in advance and store in the freezer for up to a month.

Presentation Ideas

Serve Frosty Paws Two in small bowls or cups for easy serving.

Pairing Recommendations

Pair Frosty Paws Two with a bowl of fresh water for a complete treat.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store Frosty Paws Two in the freezer and thaw slightly before serving.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Each serving of Frosty Paws Two contains approximately 150 calories.


Each serving of Frosty Paws Two contains approximately 15g of carbohydrates.


Each serving of Frosty Paws Two contains approximately 8g of fats.


Each serving of Frosty Paws Two contains approximately 6g of proteins.

Vitamins and minerals

Frosty Paws Two is a good source of calcium, potassium, and vitamin C.


This recipe contains dairy and peanuts, which may be allergens for some pets.


Frosty Paws Two is a balanced treat for your pets, providing a good mix of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins.


Frosty Paws Two is a simple and delicious frozen treat for your pets, made with wholesome ingredients and packed with nutrients. Enjoy making this recipe for your furry friends to enjoy on a hot day.

How did I get this recipe?

The first time I saw this recipe, it left a lasting impression on me. I was at a local pet expo, browsing through the different booths and displays, when I stumbled upon a small stand that was offering samples of homemade frozen treats for pets. As I approached, the sweet aroma of peanut butter and yogurt wafted through the air, drawing me in like a magnet.

I struck up a conversation with the lady manning the booth, and she explained that the frozen treats were called Frosty Paws, and they were a popular homemade treat for dogs. She shared with me the simple ingredients – peanut butter, plain yogurt, and a touch of honey – and I was instantly intrigued. I had never thought to make frozen treats for my own pets, but the idea of creating something special and delicious for them sparked a new passion within me.

After tasting a sample for myself, I knew I had to learn how to make this delightful treat for my precious pups at home. The lady at the booth kindly shared the recipe with me, and I eagerly took notes, jotting down every detail and tip she offered. I could hardly contain my excitement as I envisioned my dogs’ happy faces when they tasted their very own homemade Frosty Paws.

When I returned home, I wasted no time in gathering the ingredients and getting to work in the kitchen. I mixed the creamy peanut butter with the tangy yogurt, adding a drizzle of honey for a touch of sweetness. As I stirred and blended the ingredients together, a sense of joy and satisfaction filled my heart. I knew that this simple act of creating something special for my beloved pets would bring us even closer together.

Once the mixture was well combined, I poured it into small silicone molds and placed them in the freezer to set. The anticipation of seeing my dogs’ reactions to the frozen treats was almost unbearable. I couldn’t wait to see their tails wagging with excitement and joy as they savored each bite of their homemade Frosty Paws.

After a few hours, I eagerly retrieved the frozen treats from the freezer and popped them out of the molds. The frosty paws were perfectly shaped, with a creamy texture that promised a delicious treat for my pets. I called my dogs over, and they came running at the sound of my voice, their noses twitching with anticipation.

I handed each of them a Frosty Paw, and their eyes lit up with delight as they tasted the frozen treat. The combination of peanut butter, yogurt, and honey was a hit with my furry friends, and they devoured their treats with gusto. Watching them enjoy their homemade delicacy filled me with a sense of pride and contentment.

From that day on, Frosty Paws became a regular treat for my dogs, and I experimented with different variations and flavors to keep things interesting. I shared the recipe with my friends who also had pets, and soon, Frosty Paws became a staple in their homes as well.

The simple act of learning how to make Frosty Paws had opened up a whole new world of creativity and joy for me. I discovered the joy of cooking not just for myself, but for my beloved pets as well. The bond between us grew stronger as we shared these special moments together, and I knew that this recipe would forever hold a special place in my heart.


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