Here at Ben & Jerry’s, we’re dog lovers through and through. Every day over 45 of our “K9-5ers” join us at our dog-friendly offices in Vermont. And since they can’t enjoy our euphoric ice cream flavors with us, we are thrilled that they can now dig into Doggie Desserts frozen dog treats for the same delicious dessert experience. So if you’re looking for dog ice cream recipes to wow your pup, we don’t blame you!
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Doggie Desserts Frozen Treat Sandwich now!
Dog Ice Cream Recipes
Dogs are part of the family, so it’s no wonder we want them to enjoy the same ice cream euphoria we get with a scoop of Half Baked or Chunky Monkey. But unfortunately, dairy-based dog ice cream recipes are not safe for your dog. According to the American Kennel Club, any more than a small amount of dairy can give your dog an upset stomach, which is no treat at all.
That’s why Ben & Jerry’s Doggie Desserts are made with sunflower butter, which is 100% dog-safe (and dog-delicious). Best of all, our Flavor Gurus (and their doggos!) are sure that you’ll like these creations even better than any homemade dog ice cream recipes. Look for Rosie’s Batch and Pontch’s Mix Doggie Dessert flavors near you!
Even Sweeter Than Dog Ice Cream Recipes
Combining Doggie Desserts frozen dog treats with a dog biscuit like those from our fellow Vermonters at Andy’s Dandys Dog Treat Company is a surefire way to win your pup’s love. Check out the recipe below for the totally drool-worthy Doggie Dessert Dog Treat Sandwich!
Note on portions: Use your discretion when serving this treat to your dog and remember that small dogs (under 15 lbs.) may require a smaller portion than the one shown here. We recommend giving your dog a small bite of the treat to start, then waiting a few hours to ensure they don’t have any adverse reactions before giving them the rest of the treat.
Gather all your ingredients.
Dig out a scoop or two of Doggie Dessert.
Gently place the scoops onto one of the dog treats.
Top it with the other dog treat.
Serve to your dog and watch their wag-o-meter go wild!