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Red, White, & Blue Pupsicles

The Fourth of July is not a great day for the dogs because of all the fireworks! This recipe is a frozen treat to help distract them for a while and cool them down. Blueberries and Strawberries are a great source of antioxidants, fiber and Vitamin C for dogs to keep their immune system strong and healthy. I used Greek yoghurt for the white part as it’s a good source of probiotics to help support gut health.



○ SERVING: 6 Pupsicles


  • [1.5 cups] blueberries + ½ cup water (leave a handful of blueberries aside)
  • [1 cup] chopped and hulled strawberries + ½ cup water
  • [6 tbsp] Greek yoghurt
  • [6] small pieces of Migos Dog Beef Jerky



Step 1.
On the stove, simmer the strawberries and blueberries with the water in separate pans for 6-8 minutes, until the fruit is soft and the liquid is thicker. Add strawberries to a blender and blend into a puree, then do the same for the blueberries.

Step 2.
Pop a piece of out beef jerky into each popsicle, the add 1.3 of pureed strawberry then place in the freezer for 45 mins.

Step 3.
Once semi frozen, add 1/3 of the popsicle with plain Greek yoghurt, (wipe around the side, this will make them come out more defined in color on the outside- not that the dog will care) place a few blueberries on top followed by the blueberry puree to fill in the gaps. Add the final popsicle stick and place in the freezer over night.

It takes a couple of minutes to defrost before you pull them out of their popsicle holder, sometimes I dunk them in some hot water to speed it up. Let your dog enjoy licking these popsicles away, and make sure they don’t eat the plastic popsicle stick!!

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