Puppy Pride Hearts
These frozen hearts are the perfect addition to a hot summer day that your pup can enjoy. We wanted to create a recipe for pride month that used an abundance of fruit and veggies to create the perfect colourful treat and we did! Many of the fruits and veggies used contain essential nutrients and antioxidants. For example, blueberries contain fiber, vitamins c & k and they support your dog's immune system and overall health. We know your pup will love these!
⅓ Cup Blueberries
⅓ Cup Raspberries
⅓ Cup Strawberries
⅓ Cup Oranges
⅓ Cup Cucumbers
½ Cup Of Water For Each Fruit
Place each fruit separately in a blender with water, and blend until fully incorporated.
Pour the liquid into ice cube molds (we used these cute heart molds we found on amazon).
Freeze for three hours. The Ice cubes can stay in the freezer for up to a month!
Let your dog eat it like a popsicle or add a cube to your dog's water!
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