Candy Corn Frozen Dog Treats

Yesterday we celebrated Luna’s Second Gotcha Day, so I wanted to make her a special treat. Despite it technically being fall, it is still in the 70’s here. Where is our cool, crisp fall weather?!

So I decided to take advantage of the warm weather and make Luna a fall themed frozen treat!

I thought of some traditional fall symbols and tried to come up with a fun treat. What else was there besides pumpkins and leaves? Candy corn of course!

Real candy corn is high in sugar and other not so great ingredients for dogs, but a candy corn frozen dog treat is delicious!

Candy Corn Frozen Dog Treat

Candy Corn Frozen Dog Treats

Prep Time: 15 hours

Total Time: 5 hours

Yield: 8 3 oz treats

Serving Size: 1 treat

Ingredients

  • 1 - 1 1/2 cup plain non fat yogurt
  • 1-2 small bananas
  • 1/2 cup canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling)
  • 3 oz paper cups

Instructions

  1. Put a spoonful of yogurt into the bottom of the paper cups (about 1/2 cup total)
  2. Freeze for 1 - 1.5 hours
  3. Mix 1/2 cup yogurt and 1/2 cup pumpkin (optional)
  4. Add a spoonful of the yogurt/pumpkin mixture or just canned pumpkin to the paper cups
  5. Freeze for 1 - 1.5 hours
  6. Mash 1-2 bananas
  7. Mix bananas with 1/2 cup plain yogurt. Immersion blender works great too. (optional)
  8. Add a spoonful of the yogurt/banana mixture or just mashed bananas to the paper cups
  9. Freeze for 1 - 1.5 hours
  10. Peel off the paper cup and serve
http://www.beaglesandbargains.com/candy-corn-frozen-dog-treats/

Candy Corn Frozen Dog Treat

This recipe can also be made by using ice cube trays or as KONG stuffing.

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What is your dog’s favorite fall treat?

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  • Cathy C Bennett

    Looks really fall-ish! Did she enjoy them? Harley isn’t much into frozen treats – but this looks yummy!

  • This is such a cute idea!

  • Katty k

    Pumpkin like the pup-cake I made her

  • Ruth Griffeth

    My Halo loves to have her homemade applesauce/ pumpkin biscuits, once or twice a year her Daddy decides to make her Autumn/Winter treats. But since we like you are having WARM (70’s-80’s) that will be put off til it decides to be cool for more than just one day at a time

  • This looks so good! My dogs would love these, thanks for sharing a healthy treat 🙂

  • annstaub

    This is so cute! It’s been pretty warm here too, so this is totally do-able right now. What a great idea!

  • Kim Lassiter Mangrum

    I made this once for my pups but I mixed it all together I never thought of layering it. I bet they would love it. Looks like I found a new way to treat them.

  • Emma

    Cute idea!

  • Helga

    I have to make these for my babies! They love pumpkin.

  • How wonderful! It really does look like a piece of candy corn!

    They don’t do it over here but maybe that’s a good thing. It was full of sugary goodness and I can only dream about the taste now (I tried it in US after seeing it in American movies!) 😀

  • Sue Kottwitz

    These are so cool! I’m going to have to try them.

  • sherry butcher

    Cute Idea and I found a tray that has longer and thinner places to freeze ice so I could try this using a little different shape. Some days well still be warm and this sounds great. TFS.

  • GlamistaHome

    I think my dog would love these too. Yogurt and bananas are some of her favorites. Did Luna enjoy her ice cream?

  • HuskyCrazed

    Happy gotcha day!

    That sounds like a great treat!

    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

  • Dogs N Pawz

    Those look yummy!

  • I love these so much! Definitely need to make them.

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  • Kyla Patton

    these are super cute and simple! I love it! Luma loves pumpkin since it always makes her tummy feel better when her tummy is a bit upset.

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  • sandy weinstein

    these are so cute…did you think of these yourself? what a great treat for a dog party.

    • beaglesbargains

      Yes! I love the way candy corn look, so they were a great inspiration!

  • Hana Kim

    Candy corn is my favorite candy ever and now I can share my love for it with my dogs! And pumpkin is really good for dogs!

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  • Ruth Epstein

    Gonna try this in the summer

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  • This looks delicious enough for a human to eat! I’m going to try this for Tonya this weekend! I have most of the ingredients.. I just need canned pumpkin filling! Thanks for sharing! It’s very creative!

  • Kyla Patton

    Love these! Simple but delicious! I like that they contain some stomach calming Pumpkin 🙂

  • Ruth Epstein

    Simple and am gonna try these

  • JoAnn Stancer

    What a cleaver fun halloween treat

  • SGilbert

    I love the recipe! Schooner and Skipper would love it! Thanks for sharing!

  • Christine Aiello

    I love this recipe! I would eat it! Sounds delicious and I must try!

  • sandy weinstein

    these are so cute, and very easy to make, my girls love pumpkin and bananas and yogurt. thanks this is a good summertime treat as well.

  • Nichole

    Those sound amazing!

  • Theresa Spaid

    Shunta would really like those. I’m going to have to try to make them for her.

  • ehnen6

    All her favorite ingredients!! Can’t wait to try.

  • Amy A

    This is a great idea and is on my to do list now.

  • Girl In Crowd

    That is an adorable recipe! I think our neighbors dog (bigger than 5lb Harley) would love this as a Bark-or-Treat recipe.

  • Rachel Davis

    looks so easy and delicious! something we could share!

  • Ellie

    these are adorable. my baby girl loves pumpkin….will definitely try to make these for her!

  • Carolyn S

    This is adorable ! I need to make these!

  • Erin Altman

    I think I’d rather eat that than actual candy corn!

  • Jordan

    Looks easy, we will have to try this!

  • Linda

    Great idea!

  • Mary J

    Those look great!

  • SGilbert

    I will be keeping this recipe. I am going to make them this week for Schooner and Skipper. YUMMY!

  • Christine Aiello

    These sound so easy to make. Definitely would give it a try.

  • My Lady Girl loves bananas and pumpkin. I will have to try this!!

  • Mary J

    Awesome and easy!

  • Linda

    Great idea- need to try this!

  • sara

    Theses candy corn dog treats are real neat

  • sandy weinstein

    these are so cute, i love the way they look when made. the girls love frozen yogurt and pumpkin.

  • Helga

    That is so clever. And my two would love them.

  • Jordan

    What a fun idea!

  • Jerry

    These look really great!

  • Fluffy Aussies

    This looks amazing! My dogs will love it!

  • Mallory H.

    Nice! Those are pretty!!!

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  • DJohnson

    These look great. My dog would love them.

  • Mike

    Looks good.

  • Patti Thomas

    I will have to make these this weekend.

  • Kathy

    These look really great.

  • Emily Endrizzi

    This looks really good. My one dog has a sensitive stomach, but these are all ingredients that he can eat. Yay!

  • Wen Budro

    Thank you for the awesome recipe. These are super cute and contain healthy ingredients that won’t upset my dog’s stomach.

  • Laurie Nykaza

    Theses candy corn dog treats look great we cant wait to make them for our dogs.

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