#BarbourDogs: Summer Pudding Frozen Yoghurt Pops

Pudding the Cockapoo, our resident Barbour Dog, brings you a recipe for dog-friendly frozen yoghurt pops, as part of our ‘Summer Pudding’ blog series.

Date
August 16th 2017
As the temperature heats up, we canines can get a little hot under these furry coats of ours. With that in mind, I have for you the most delicious way to cool down this summer – frozen yoghurt pops!
 
 
These tasty little treats can be flavoured with lots of different fruits, but for this recipe, I am making them with banana and a handful of blueberries. They are very easy to make, and even easier to eat!
 
Gather up the below ingredients and remember to have an ice cube tray on hand to mould the pops...
 
- 980g of plain yoghurt
- 125g of creamy peanut butter
- 1 ½ ripe bananas
- 2 tablespoons of honey
- 1 handful of blueberries
 
Grab a bowl and spoon or a food mixer to start blending everything together, and follow the steps below...
 
Step one: Soften the peanut butter in the microwave for 30 seconds to make it easier to use, make sure you’re using a dish that is safe for the microwave.
 
Step two:  Place the peanut butter together with the yoghurt, banana and honey, and blend together until smooth.
 
Step three: Pour the mixture into ice cube trays and drop a couple of blueberries into them if you wish. I added blueberries to half of the pops.  
 
Step four: Find a level space in your freezer to leave the pops to go firm.
 
Step five: Once frozen, pop (now you know why they are called pops) these out of the tray. You may need a knife for this bit, so get your human to help.
 
Step six: Finally, pop these in your mouth to cool down in the summer sun!
 
 
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