Everyone loves a good cocktail or two, so why should your dog miss out. Get the blender out to create these refreshing ‘puptails’ which are great for both you and your pup.
You can serve these recipes extra-thick like a sorbet, or smooth and sippable like a slushie, just by adjusting the liquid you add when blending.
It’s all so delicious!
Fruity Pooch Punch
A twist on a classic party favourite, this fruit punch is ideal for both dogs and humans alike. Pineapple, strawberry, and watermelon combine to create a tropical treat that will remind you of sipping cocktails by the sea on holiday.
White Blue Russian
The Blue Russian combines berries and cream in a way that will turn your cocktail night into a proper party.
If your dog loves nibbling the fresh grass in a pub garden, they’ll really be into this concoction. The smell of fresh cut grass, refreshing melon, and a hint of mint combine to form a revitalising supergroup in your mouth.
Creamy Cantaloupe Cooler
This creamy-sweet frozen drink will become your regular order at the bar and goes really well with a pub lunch.Print
Frozen brunch. Need we say more?
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 5 minutes
- Yield: 2 Servings 1x
- 1 cup frozen cantaloupe
- 1/2 cup non-fat yogurt
- Fresh rosemary for garnish
We used non-fat yogurt, but you can use whatever (you or) your dog likes best for the creamy ingredient. Great options include goat milk, coconut milk, or regular old cow milk if your dog’s digestion allows it.
Combine cantaloupe and yogurt in the blender and pulse until smooth.
Pour into serving bowls and garnish with a petite sprig of rosemary if you’re feeling fancy.
If you’re wondering which ‘puptail’ Bea will be ordering next time at the pub, I have the evidence right here:
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The Dog-friendly Pub Awards
Why not try one of these recipes at you next cocktail night down your local pub. There is still time to vote for you favourite dog-friendly drinking establishment so head to pubs.rover.com to show your support.