Easiest Coconut Oil Peanut Butter Fruit Dog Treats

Easiest coconut oil peanut butter fruit dog treat

Easiest coconut oil peanut butter fruit dog treat



Easiest Coconut Oil Peanut Butter Fruit Dog Treats

Only a couple ingredients make these dog treats super yummy and super healthy.  Dogs love them and better yet, they contain no chemical, harmful fillers.

I love the health benefits of coconut oil for us, but what about our fur babies?  After much research (prompted by my darling fur baby getting into my coconut oil and consuming it) to see how coconut oil is for animals , I discovered the health properties were for both humans and animals.  Delighted! Yay! I can make treats for pups and have them get health benefits too.


  • good for paw pads
  • helps shine fur
  • helps prevent infections
  • disinfects cuts and scrapes
  • helps improve digestion
  • helps boost brain (energy)
  • aids in arthritis issues


Below is the recipe.  These treats are so super easy.  I’m making these treats with peanut butter, but you can exclude the peanut butter and just use organic, unrefined coconut oil and fruit.

Add coconut oil and peanut butter in double boiler and melt












Fold in fruit, place in ice tray or silicone molds and freeze











Pop out of molds










Coconut Oil Peanut Butter Fruit Dog Treats

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  • Prep Time: 10m
  • Yield: 18


  • 1/2 c organic unrefined coconut oil
  • 1/2 c peanut butter
  • 1/4 c blueberries, fresh or frozen


  1. in double boiler, melt coconut oil and peanut butter
  2. once melted, take off stove
  3. gently fold in blueberries
  4. pour mixture into silicone mold trays or ice cube trays (filling only half way in ice cube tray)
  5. freeze until set. Pop them out of mold and store them in freezer.


coconut oil health benefits dog treat









*this product is not intended to replace, diagnose, treat, cure, and prevent any diseases.  Always consult with your physician.  Statements not evaluated by the FDA.  This is not a replacement for veterinarian visits or concerns.