Yogurt Cubes

Veterinarian Reviewed on February 2, 2008 by Dr. Janice Huntingford

Great for cats/dogs who live in warmer climates, after an exhausting day outside or as an ice treat. The yogurt provides a little calcium and aids in indigestion. You will need a blender and an ice cube tray to prepare the following.


½ C water
¾ C plain fat free yogurt

½ C green frozen peas
½ C unsweetened apple sauce.

Cooking Instructions

Blend everything together and pour into ice cube trays. Let set until frozen and serve in dish. For cats and smaller dogs, fill smaller ice cube trays or crush cubes after they set.

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