March 25, 2022
The fall season is upon us and along with that comes delicious food -- but why do humans get to have all the fun?
Pup cups are mostly known for being cold treats for dogs, yet there are other treats you can make to help your pooch stay warm. For added nutrition, you can also try Ready Pet Go! Multivitamin Chicken, Cheese and Bacon Flavored Chews for dogs.
Below are seven amazing and nutritious pumpkin-flavored pup cup recipes that are sure to please. You can get small dessert cups online or at your local discount store or Dollar Tree. A good option might be three-ounce dessert cups; they’re super cute and just the right size for your doggie’s snout.
We know our pooches love the bacon and the cream so why not put them both together in one cup? For added nutrition, throw in a RPG Bacon and Cheese Multivitamin chew and top it with a dollop of whip cream and fall sprinkles.
You’ll need ½ cup of pumpkin puree, 2 tablespoons of creamy butter, 2 tablespoons of creamy honey and 32 ounces of plain yogurt. Mix these together in one of the cups you bought then freeze for several hours. Pull from the freezer and serve!
You’ll need about ¼ cup of yogurt, ¼ cup of old-fashioned oats and some whip cream. Mix together the yogurt and the oats and top with a dollop of whip cream and some yummy sprinkles and serve. Your pup will get the fiber they need while also getting the sweetness they really crave.
This recipe calls for 3 cups of oats, 2 apples, 2 teaspoons of ground cinnamon, 1 tablespoon of flaxseed and 2 tablespoons of honey. Mix them together in a blender or food processor and put into individual cups.
Get an ice cube tray, plain vanilla yogurt, and sliced bananas and strawberries. Mix the yogurt and coconut oil together and pour into tray mold. Freeze them overnight then put into the individual cups, top with whip cream and serve. This is an awesome treat packed full of fiber and offers the sweet taste your pooch likes so much.
Get a pint of frozen yogurt, cut up 2 bananas and mix together with about a teaspoon of cinnamon (you can add nutmeg if you think your pooch would like it) and freeze overnight (or chill for two hours for a softer treat) then serve.
Get a can of pumpkin puree, a pint of Greek yogurt and cinnamon. Mix them together in a blender and chill for about three hours. Put into the individual cups and top with cinnamon and with whip cream and serve! Your pup will love that you don’t have to go through the drive-thru because their favorite treat is ready for them at home.
So this year, let your pup join you in the season for feasting! Most of these recipes can be served chilled or slightly warmed. Have a little fun and get creative in the kitchen by whipping up what will surely become your pup’s favorite dessert!