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Easy homemade dog treats: Coconut oil banana pops

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We’re back with another homemade dog treat that is sure to please any dog you give it to. These healthy treats require a little more effort than the previous but the results make it so worth it, plus they're super fun to make. All you’ll need to get these treats to your pups stomach is peanut butter,  coconut oil, a banana, Jones natural venison chews, ice molds or Dixie cups, and a blender or food processor. These easy homemade dog treats are fun, cute, and a healthy boost to any dogs treat lineup.


  • Coconut oil: 1 cup
  • Peanut butter: ½ cup
  • Banana: 1
  • Jones Natural Venison Chews

natural doggie virgin coconut oil



  1. Slice bananas and put them in the food processor
  2. Add Coconut oil and Peanut butter into the food processor
  3. Mix until all banana chunks are gone
  4. (optional) break venison sticks to appropriate size
  5. Pour mix into molds of your choice
  6. Insert Venison sticks
  7. Freeze
  8. Serve to your furry friends

These coconut oil banana pops will help your dog beat the heat in a fun way that the whole family can get involved with. Our dogs here at the office enjoyed these so much we had to make a second batch right away! Try making them yourself and share this video to any dog parent that could use this nifty treat!

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