Birthday Days: DIY Frogurt Cake Treat

Mini's Birthday 2016 Frozen treat

Mini:Is that a word? Frogurt? Well, I don’t care if it is or isn’t because it’s absolutely delicious! And in case you haven’t figured it out yet, frogurt is what we call frozen yogurt. Well, tomorrow’s my birthday (yippee!) and in case you would like to celebrate it with me (even more than what we’ve been doing all week long), I have a yummy DIY cake both you and your dog can enjoy! It’s beautiful and delicious.

DIY frozen Strawberry yogurt dog treat cake

D.I.Y. Strawberry Frogurt Cake Treat

What you’ll need:

  1. Blender
  2. Container(s) to freeze your treat in.
  3. Plain Yogurt
  4. Strawberries

Now, there are no specific amounts of ingredients to use because it all depends on how much you are making and how sweet you want it to be.

Step 1. Slice up some strawberries about 1/8″ thick and line the bottom of your container(s) with them.

Birthday Days: DIY Frogurt Cake Treat

Step 2. Combine some other strawberries and yogurt in blender. Blend until well mixed.

Making a strawberry yogurt dog cake treat

Step 3. Slowly pour the yogurt mixture over the strawberry lined container(s).

Making a strawberry yogurt dog cake treat

Making a strawberry yogurt dog cake treat

Making a strawberry yogurt dog cake treat

The strawberries on the bottom will probably move around some when pouring the yogurt in. So be sure to pour slowly.

Step 4. Place in the freezer. We made ours and then ate it the next day, so I’m not sure how long it takes before it’s completely frozen (sorry about that).

Birthday Days: DIY Frogurt Cake Treat

Once frozen, warm the sides of your container with the heat from your hands and then pop it out and enjoy!

DIY frozen Strawberry yogurt dog treat cake

DIY frozen Strawberry yogurt dog treat cake

Okay, my mouth is watering now… :P

Be sure to use plain yogurt, as flavored yogurt has sugar and other things in it which are bad for your pet. Most people don’t care for plain yogurt because of how tart it is, but a lot of dogs love it! If you think it’s too tart for you, try adding more strawberries to sweeten it.

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