DIY Dog Treats: Mutt Mojito from Pretty Fluffy

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Serena Nelson and Sarah Dickerson from Pretty Fluffy  have once again combined their talents to bring us a gorgeous recipe e-book that is filled with healthy, nutritious and beautiful dog treats:  Frozen.

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With 30 recipes featuring fruits and vegetables, you are sure to find something for every season.   They’ve included a guide to shopping for ingredients and you can tell at a glance if a recipe is grain free, dairy free and/or vegan .

The photography is gorgeous and inspiring.  Each recipe comes with helpful hints.  Frozen-Spread_Horizontal-620-wide copy

Serena offered to share one of her recipes with Daily Dog Tag readers.   I think these Mutt Mojitos are perfect for this time of year.  Around here, anyone who has  a garden is usually overloaded with zucchini.

Mutt Mojito: Tasty DIY Dog Treats from Pretty Fluffy


4 Cups Zucchini

2 Cups Peas (Fresh or Frozen)

A few leaves of Fresh Mint

  1. Wash zucchini under cold running water and roughly slice into small pieces, ensuring to cut off and discard the ends. Finely chop mint leaves.
  2. Place zucchini and peas in a steamer over boiling water. Cover and steam for 10-15 minutes or until softened.
  3. Allow to cool, then add zucchini, peas, mint and around ¼ cup of boiled water to blender and puree until smooth. Add in small amounts of boiled water as required to achieve your desired consistency.
  4. Pour mixture into ice cube trays and freeze for a minimum of 4 hours or until frozen through.
  5. When frozen, remove from ice cube trays and store in labeled Ziploc bags in freezer.

Makes approximately 20 treat cubes.

HANDY HINT: This treat works double duty – great as a refresher in summer, but also wins warmed up and added to your dog’s meal in cooler months.

Important Note: When serving treats, your dog’s health and safety is always the top priority. If your dog tends to ‘gulp’ down treats without licking or chewing them, it is safer to serve frozen treats stuffed into a Kong which will keep your dog entertained for hours!

Let me know how your dogs like this recipe!

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Thanks for sharing our treats Beth! Nom nom! xx

Ann Staub says:

Nice! The photos are gorgeous and I like the idea of the mutt mojito lol. I did a recipe for a dog margarita once. Perhaps doggy cocktails are catching on!

    Beth says:

    A dog margarita sounds fun too!

Cindy says:

This is perfect; I have tons of zucchini! My little guy will love these.

Sarah says:

I love this idea. I’ll have to look into this book!

Lauren says:

What a lovely book! The pictures look beautiful and the treats look so refreshing! Perfect for my big dog on a hot summer day.

    Beth says:

    I bet your dog will love it!

Hannah says:

Simple yet sophisticated. Such an easy way to spoil your babies. Love it!

Sippy cups and Booze says:

I have oodles of mint iny garden, and although I give my dogs zucchini I had never thought about giving them the mint in treats. What a fantastic recipe. Thanks for sharing!

    Beth says:

    I hope your dog loves it!

What a yummy post! love the images, too.

I don’t have a dog but if I did, theses look like an awesome option.

    Beth says:

    Thanks for stopping by!

Oh this is great! Thanks!
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  • I love that these are filled with healthy ingredients for our furry family members! I haven’t made dog treats before (although I cook for our dog) so this will get me going!!!

      Beth says:

      Let me know how these treats are received!

    Robin says:

    Those sound really yummy! Dogs are so lucky to get so many wonderful treats. Unfortunately, cats are stuck with a lot of the same old, same old. It works for them though!

      Beth says:

      Is that because cats are so finicky or are there more food that are dangerous for cats?

    Those look really good but I think I’d enjoy them more than Mr. N! He likes to be a carnivore.

    Marie says:

    Always looking for healthy and delicious food to make for the pup. This book and the recipe sound wonderful!

    MattieDog says:

    Okay – is it too soon to say I lub you? Dis sounds like da bestest recipe ever – I’ve got to get all deez recipes in dis book. Thank you so much for sharing this info – we know what we’re doing tomorrow!

      Beth says:

      I hope you love all the recipes!

      Beth says:

      I hope your mom and dad make all the recipes for you!

    Sometimes I wish I had a dog to cook for – even a friend’s dog! The recipe sounds delicious, and it’s really awesome that she’s created a book full of recipes that are good and healthy for dogs.

    The book looks amazing- such great photos and ideas. I will definitely make these for Kilo and I might try myself. I make similar but with chopped up carrots not mint and he loves as soup or frozen.

      Beth says:

      I bet my dogs would like that variation too!

    Maureen says:

    I love this book and the wonderful photos! Pretty Fluffy is a great site!!!

      Beth says:

      I agree, Pretty Fluffy is an awesome site!

    We don’t have any woofies living here, but will share this recipe with our woofie cousin, Bandit.

      Beth says:

      Thanks, I hope Bandit loves it!

    Rachel says:

    This book looks amazing!

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