Furbaby Watermelon Colada Coolers

Furbaby Watermelon Colada Coolers
Furbaby Watermelon Colada Coolers

Published by Carolina Country Magazine March 2021

Are you a furbaby mom or dad?  I am… mama to June Bug, my sweet little blind Speagle.  She loves treats, especially this one. These Furbaby Watermelon Colada Coolers are a tasty treat on a warm spring or summer day.  Your kitties can have them too… and so can you!  Pet and people friendly.  

 

Grab yourself a watermelon and fix your critters some frozen treats.  And if you don’t have a mold like this, just make in muffin tins… they will love ya just the same.  You can also make in a Pyrex dish, freeze and then slice!

 

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Furbaby Watermelon Colada Coolers

These fruity treats can be enjoyed by both doggies and kitties (and you, too)!
Course: Snack
Cuisine: Pet Treats
Keyword: bogue sound watermelons, cat treats, dog ice cream, dog treats, furbaby, pet treats, watermelon
Author: Wendy Perry

Ingredients

  • plain yogurt
  • pureed watermelon
  • grated coconut

Instructions

  • Using a small brush or end of a spoon, “paint” the inside of silicone molds with yogurt.* Scatter with a little grated coconut.
  • Spoon pureed watermelon over and freeze.
  • Once frozen, store in zippered container for instant ice cold treats for your fur babies.

Notes

*If you don’t have molds, no worries! Just make in a Pyrex dish, freeze, slice and bag.

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