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Frozen Coconut Oil Watermelon Pupsicles

Watermelons are ~92% percent water and have limited sugar, so it's great for hydration on a hot day. This is why my Frozen Coconut Oil & Watermelon Dog Treats are an excellent homemade dog treat for hot summer days!
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 5 mins
Freeze 2 hrs
Servings 15 treats


  • 5 cups Fresh Chopped Watermelon I used 1/2 of a large seedless watermelon
  • 2 Tablespoons Refined Coconut Oil
  • 5.3 oz of Plain Greek Yogurt
  • Silicone Mold
  • A Blender


  • Cut seedless watermelon into small 1-2 inch cubes.
  • Put watermelon, greek yogurt, and refined coconut oil into a blender.
  • Blend for 1 minute or until all ingredients are mixed together. It will look like a pink soup.
  • Pour into silicone ice cube mold trays and freeze for 2 hours or until they are set. Pro Tip: The silicone tray is flimsy, so I like to put my silicon on a cookie sheet or cutting board and then pour the liquid. Putting it on a stiff tray makes it easier to move it into the freezer.
  • Pop-out of the tray and treat your doggy! Store treats in an airtight container in the freezer.
  • These treats can be messy so I recommend giving them to your dog outside. They are basically small popsicles just like the ice pops we all ate as kids, so they melt fast and can make a mess. I make them and give them to Kenzo + Vik during the hot summer days to help prevent heatstroke. I have a whole post about keeping dogs cool during the summer HERE.


You'll want to make sure you give your dog the seedless variety and do not let them eat the rind.
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