Papaya popsicles are a delicious and healthy treat that can be made for your dog! Papayas contain vitamin C which helps with their immune system as well as promoting digestion. They also have potassium which aids in muscle function and maintaining electrolyte balance. Your dogs will love these cool treats on a hot summer day.
Delicious Papaya Popsicles
Papaya Popsicles can be enjoyed by any type of drooling pup or wagging tail- no matter what flavor they prefer! Check Out How to make these yummy papaya popsicles in Easy Steps!
- Ice Pop Molds
- 2 Whole Ripe Papaya
- 1 Cup Water
- 4 tbsp Honey
- 1/4 Cup Orange Juice
Throughly Wash and Cut 2 Ripe Papaya . Peel the papayas and remove the seeds. Chop them into small pieces.
Add the pieces of papaya fruit into a blender and add the juice from an orange to soften up your papayas so they are easier to process with an immersion blender.
Remember not to overdo the orange juice part as it can leave a bitter or sour taste . Orange juice is just to add an extra bit of flavour . You can choose to skip this altogether and just mix up papaya with plain water.
Check the consistency of the mixture and add water accordingly. Do not add too much water when blending everything together for popsicles! This might affect the taste and overall consistency of the mixture .
Strain the mixture through a strainer or cheesecloth or another fine mesh cloth that will filter out any pulp that remains on top from making the popsicle smoothie.
Then mix the remaining ingredients-honey with the strained liquid mixture as per your preference. Maple syrup can also be used instead of honey.
Pour this liquid product into ice pop molds so it can freeze overnight before serving outside as an papaya “ice lolly” treat! Dogs love this yummy frozen snack on hot summer days!
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