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Summer Dog Treat Recipe: Tropical Watermelon Pupsicles

What better way to keep your dog cool and hydrated than with a delicious watermelon ice pop!

Kirby the Dorkie Canine Chef Cookbook

The Canine Chef, Kirby the Dorkie, is back with another delicious watermelon recipe! Today's summertime treat is a cooling and refreshing watermelon pupsicle that any dog is guaranteed to love.

These frozen ice cubs also make great treats for the kids (of all ages).

Read the recipe below, and then be sure to follow Kirby the Dorkie on Facebook and check out KirbyTheDorkie.com for more great dog recipes!

Watermelon Popsicle Pupsicle Dog Treat Recipe

Watermelon Pupsicle Dog Ice Pops

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: None

Freeze Time: 3 hours

Calories per serving: 11

Calories from fat: 7

Yields: Depends on size of watermelon

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups seedless watermelon
  • 1 (5.6 0z) can coconut milk

Preparation Instructions:

  1. Puree the watermelon in a blender or food processor.
  2. Pour into silicone molds or ice cube trays.
  3. Freeze.

These can be stored in an airtight container in the freezer for up to six months.


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This recipe has been carefully researched and tested by Kirby the Dorkie and his furiends. It is essential to seek the advice of your Veterinarian before changing your dog's diet or adding any ingredients to your dog's food especially if your dog has any underlying health issues.

Debby, pawrent to Kirby the Dorkie, creates and develops recipes for dog treats and dog meals. You can find more recipes and nutritional information from “The Canine Chef Cookbook” and like Kirby the Dorkie on Facebook for more doggie fun.

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