St. Patricks’s Day Homemade Pupsicle Recipe

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St. Patricks’s Day Homemade Pupsicle Recipe

Dogs love those frozen treats as much as we do! A pupsicle is a great outdoor treat that is healthy and cooling for your pooch.

You can also add just a couple of additional ingredients to make a super healthy smoothie or frozen treat for your self too. Sharing a treat together is a great way to keep that bond going you know.

So let’s get to the pupsicle frozen dog treat recipe – which by the way is a great St Patrick’s Day treat when you are looking for all things green to serve. And like our homemade dog treats that help bad breath, the ingredients in this recipe all offer your dog health benefits making it a safe treat for any time.

What Is A Pupsicle?

Basically it is a dog version of the popsicle which we we all know and love! But a pupsicle is a bit unique because there can be so many variations to it. From vegetables to meath to veggies and fruit – there are almost unlimited options to create a pupsicle frozen dog treat your pooch will really love.


  • 1 Banana 
  • 1 Golden delicious apple
  • 1 Cup spinach
  • 1 Cup parsley
  • 1 Cup water

Add the following to make it a more flavorful human version”

  • ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 6 ice cubes

Make sure you wash and dry the apples, spinach and parsley before blending to ensure all dirt is removed.

ingredients for St. Patrick's Day frozen dog treat


  • Cut banana into small slices
  • Cut apple into small pieces
  • Cut parsley leaves off of the stems
  • Add spinach and all items above into the food processor and blend
  • Add water and surge
  • Add more water if the mixture seems too thick 
  • Pour liquid into molds
  • Freeze over night
  • Remove from molds and store in containers in the freezer

I would only let these be in your freezer for 1-2 months tops to make sure you are giving them the freshest treat possible!

Want proof your dog will love these?

Below is one of the molds that I poured my mix into – notice anything weird? Yep – my dog did some counter surfing and clearly made it clear he liked what he tasted.

pupsicle mold with mix poured in

Items You Will Need

Below are some items you will need to create this recipe.

  • Food processor
  • Molds – I used this set for the examples you see here
  • Cutting board
  • Knife
  • Cookie sheet (not required but helps to deal with the silicone molds)
  • Measuring cup or squeeze bottle (not required but may help get the mix into the molds, I used a small measuring spoon I had for mine and it worked)

If you use the mold I recommend above you should get about (35) 1″ treats. You can use a bigger mold to get less treats – but that are larger.

Another great dog treat recipe you can try are my Coconut Oil Dog Treat With Blueberries!

Additional Tips

I highly recommend putting the silicone molds on a cookie sheet to make it easier to move them into the freezer. You will just need to make sure it fits in your freezer.

Once you give these to your dog they will melt pretty quick so I would recommend giving them these treats outdoors.

st patricks frozen smoothie for dog

St. Patricks Frozen Dog Treat

Yield: 35
Prep Time: 25 minutes
Cook Time: 12 hours
Total Time: 12 hours 25 minutes

Our St. Patricks Day homemade frozen dog treat is filled with healthy treats for you pup to enjoy. Spoil them more than you already do with this yummy frozen treat that is good enough for you to eat.


  • 1 Banana
  • 1 Golden delicious apple
  • 1 Cup spinach
  • 1 Cup parsley
  • 1 Cup water


    1. Be sure to wash all items
    2. Cut banana into slices
    3. Cut apple into small chunks
    4. Cut parsley leaves off of the stems
    5. Add all ingredients to the food processor and blend
    6. Add water and surge
    7. Add water as needed to make it a pourable
    8. Pour liquid into molds
    9. Freeze over night


Items Needed

  • Food processor
  • Molds (I used this one for the recipe)
  • Cutting Board
  • Knife
  • Cookie Sheet

Makes approximately 35 1" treats. How much you get will depend on the size of the molds you use.

Additional Tips

Recommend putting your silicone molds on a cookie sheet before putting into the freezer for easies handling.

Human Version

Add a couple of additional ingredients to make this a human friendly smoothie that does a body good!

  • ¼ Cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 6 Ice cubes

Pour into a cup - or freeze and you have a treat to be share with your best friend.

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Jill Caren

Jill is an avid animal lover who spends her time helping animal rescues by photographing homeless pets and through her work on CharityPaws.

She is currently owned by Cleo, an American Pit Bull Terrier and Snoopy Cat. Her inspiration comes from her girls Ginger and Riley (RIP) – pit mix sisters who were loved family members for almost 15 years.

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