Regressive Dinner: Frozen Yogurt Cubes 3 Ways

Tonight is the first part of the Regressive Dinner for pets. This first round of the event everyone will be sharing treats and desserts for your dog.

The following blogs are participating in tonight’s portion of the Regressive Dinner we hope you will visit them and see what they have cooked up in their doggy friendly kitchens.

Kol’s Notes           


Brando and Bogart             

Terrier Torrent  

Everyday Adventures in Havachon Heaven         


The rest of the Regressive Dinner will take place on the following days.

Thanksgiving – Main Course – Tuesday November 22nd

Christmas – Soup, Salad, and Sides – Thursday December 22nd

New Years Eve – Cocktails and Appetizers – Thursday December 29th


We would love for you to join us and make each part of the Regressive Dinner bigger than the one before.  To take part in the event please sign up here



Ice Cube Trays
Yogurt: Plain, Vanilla, or fruit on the bottom flavors (do not use fat free as they all use artificial sweeteners)
Fruit: apple, banana, berries, pineapple, coconut, melons (No GRAPES or RAISINS)
Optional honey as a sweetener if using plain yogurt as your base

* You can use water for dogs who don’t do well with milk products


The quick and easy version is to scoop the already flavored yogurt into the ice cube tray. I like using different shapes the puzzle pieces are easier for the dog to grip onto but you can use any shape you happen to have around the house. If you don’t have ice cube trays you can use small paper cups just spray the inside of the cup with cooking spray to help keep everything from getting stuck. Tap the tray on the counter to get rid of any air bubbles and put into the freezer to fully set. If you are using plain yogurt you can mix in a little bit of honey to make the yogurt sweeter.

The next version requires a little more work in the form of cutting up little pieces of fruit into the yogurt and sprinkling it with cinnamon and mixing it all together before spooning it into your ice cube tray. Feel free to use any fruit or combination of fruits your dog enjoys. Tap the tray on the counter to get rid of any air bubbles and put into the freezer to fully set.

The final version is more like a smoothie then frozen yogurt. With this version you add a lot of fruit and blend it all up so that it is smooth and pourable. I like to add cinnamon to the mixture. If you want to make this an extra special treat you can add some peanut butter for protein before blending. Pour the mixture into your trays.



In terms of serving size I broke the puzzle piece in half so the girls only had a half of one at a time so their tongues didn’t get too cold and their stomachs would get upset. The yogurt cubes are not as solid as frozen water so you can easily cut them in half for a better size if needed.

*Do not use chocolate or coffee flavor yogurt when making these for your dogs.

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  1. Gizmo has been hinting to me that it’s about time I made him some frozen treats…this may be just the push i need…Love the puzzle shape ice cube trays…I’ll have to look for some of them…Thanks for hosting this…I really love the idea

  2. This is such a cute idea. My husband can’t wait for us to get a dog. 🙂

    I’m your newest follower from Mom Blog Monday. I hope you’ll stop by and share the love!


  3. These look really good! My Sibes love yogurt and they love ice cubes, so I think this will be a favorite treat! Thanks for sharing! PS – I like the puzzle piece mold!

  4. This sound great and doable! I will give it a try.

  5. Kolchak & Jodi says

    Yum! It’s to cold for pupsicles here now, but in the winter I like to make chicken paste cubes and put them in a little warm chicken stock to thaw…the boys get the fun of ice cubes and the warming effect of the stock. I bet yogurt would be tasty for this too!

  6. Congrats on being selected as the guest host for Mom Blog Monday! I am following your blog and have added the button to the blog hop list on my blog. Please follow me back if you have a chance, and feel free to add your blog to my Blog Directory under the “bloggers” tab.


  7. Happy to meet you via blog hop…this looks so yummy!! My great dane would absolutely love this…never thought of feeding her yogurt stuff, but might actually be the best idea ever…she is sooo gassy with a super sensitive tummy…some probiotics may just help her…THANKS!!!

  8. Jennifer lutz says

    Cute dogs and cute idea, i love the puzzle piece shaped yogurt treat! Following you from mom blog monday would love it if you’d stop by Also i have a few giveaways going on if you’d like to enter go right ahead. Othewise don’t comment that your following on giveaway posts please! Thank you

  9. I seriously love these. I can’t wait to try a lot of your recipes for Cooking for Dogs. My two will be in heaven!

    I’m stopping by from Helicopter Mom, and I’m already a GFC follower. I would love for you to stop by my blog,

    Have a great day!

  10. Mmmm. Sounds good.


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