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by Linda Mathews Last Updated December 1, 2021

Feline owners often search for interesting ideas to treat their pet companions. That is why cat desserts become more and more popular among people who have bewhiskered buddies at their homes. Of course, it is possible to purchase something delicious in the pet shop for your fluffy pet friend. But why not prepare some homemade yummy treats?

A great way to bring exceptional pleasure to your beloved feline is to regale the pet with cat ice cream. This treat will be the best-matching variant when it comes to boiling summer days. Let’s take a closer look at the kitty ice cream recipes you can try at home for cooling up your bewhiskered gourmands!

Cat Ice Cream Recipes

If you would like to cook ice cream treats for cats at home, choose one of the available recipes in the article. This is a great way to step it up a notch when it comes to your feline’s meals. Additionally, you can try such recipes for some special occasions like a cat’s birthday or a pet party.

Here are 6 wonderful ice cream ideas for hot summer days. Both kittens and adult cats will be thankful for such a cute treat to cool up when it comes to the torrid weather. Your pet will surely enjoy such a delicious dessert made of feline-friendly ingredients and your love!

Cat Milk Ice Cream

Cat Milk Ice Cream

Linda Mathews
This is a feline-friendly ice cream made of cat milk. Make this treat for a hot day in several easy steps!

Ingredients
  

  • 200 ml Cat milk
  • 4 Ice cream trays with sticks

Instructions
 

  • Take 200 ml of cat milk.
  • Pour it into four ice cream trays.
  • Put the sticks inside.
  • Put the forms with cat milk into the freezer.
  • Freeze for about 4-7 hours and regale your pet with the yummy dessert.

Notes

Additionally, you can add any other ingredients your pet loves. For example, blended crisps and other dry cat treat components (for example, meaty sticks).

Cucumber Cat Ice Cream

Cucumber Cat Ice Cream

Linda Mathews
This is great homemade ice cream for kitty buddies in summer. Especially, if your fluffy pet companion adores cold treats.

Ingredients
  

  • 2-3 Cubes of ice
  • 200 ml Greek yogurt or cat milk
  • 1-2 Cucumbers
  • 4 Ice cream trays with sticks

Instructions
 

  • Blend cucumbers for your healthy cat ice cream.
  • Add ice cubes and blend the mixture one more time.
  • Mix cucumbers and ice with the liquid (cat milk or yogurt).
  • Pour the mixture into the ice cream trays.
  • Put sticks inside the molds. Place the ice cream trays into the freezer.
  • Wait up to 5-6 hours to make the dessert frozen.

Notes

This recipe can be repeated with fruit ingredients like banana and kiwi as well. Store ice trays with vegetable or fruit cat ice cream for no more than 2 weeks.

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Ice Cat Popsicles

Ice Cat Popsicles

Linda Mathews
Most cat owners usually give chicken broth to their pets. According to the recommendations of the veterinarian, liquid dishes with poultry are good for the bewhiskered friends’ digestive system. Chicken popsicles are a good alternative to warm broth in summer!

Equipment

  • 4 molds for popsicles

Ingredients
  

  • 300 ml Chicken broth
  • ½ cup Chicken meat

Instructions
 

  • Cool the chicken broth off.
  • Take chicken meat and blend it or rip it into small pieces.
  • Mix all the ingredients together.
  • Pour the mixture into the popsicle molds.
  • Freeze the dessert for 5-7 hours.

Notes

Most kitties will prefer the flavor and taste of such a treating popsicle. Moreover, this is a healthy variant of the cool dessert with no harmful components. You can replace chicken and broth with fish if your cats love tuna, salmon, or other seafood.
Tuna Popsicle for Cats

Tuna Popsicle for Cats

Linda Mathews
This is the wonderful variant of DIY cat treats in the form of traditional Chupa-Chups. Have some fun and arrange a lollipop party where kitties and dogs can take pleasure in tuna round popsicles!

Equipment

  • 4 Chupa-Chup molds

Ingredients
  

  • 2 Cans of tuna
  • 2 cups Hot water

Instructions
 

  • Put tuna into the bowl.
  • Pour off the oil and add hot water to the bowl with tuna.
  • Mix all the ingredients together. Use a fork to rip tuna into small pieces.
  • Take Chupa-Chups (or other sphere-shaped) molds.
  • Put the mixture into the molds. Do not forget to add sticks.
  • Freeze the tuna popsicles for 5-7 hours.

Notes

This cute dessert will not leave your pet companions indifferent. Use another fish for the popsicle recipe if you want (salmon, perch, etc.).

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Icy Starfish Dessert

Icy Starfish Dessert

Linda Mathews
Can cats have ice cream? Sure, if we speak about special desserts for felines. This recipe of the kitty ice cream is made of chicken pate and catnips will have a corner in the heart of your pet (both cats and dogs)!

Equipment

  • 6 starfish molds

Ingredients
  

  • 3.5 oz Chicken pate
  • 1.5 oz Catnip
  • 1 cup Warm water

Instructions
 

  • Blend the chicken pate with catnips.
  • Add to the mixture some warm water.
  • Take starfish molds and put the ingredients inside.
  • The dessert will be frozen in 5-6 hours.

Notes

You can serve the icy starfish dessert with the powder made of catnip leftover. Create an exceptional atmosphere with such interesting cat treats!
Icy Tarts for Cats

Icy Tarts for Cats

Linda Mathews
This is a great recipe for the first-ever ice cream for your bewhiskered buddies. Cats will be happy to taste such DIY icy treats made of their favored products.

Equipment

  • Molds (4-6 pieces).

Ingredients
  

  • 100 ml Home-made gravy
  • 4 oz Cat milk or regular ice cream

Instructions
 

  • Blend the gravy fine to make the first layer of the dessert.
  • Cool the gravy off for the tart. Put this ingredient into the molds.
  • Let the gravy stay in the freezer for 2-3 hours.
  • The second layer is something white - take vanilla ice cream or any dairy products.
  • Put over the frozen gravy in the mold the second layer of white color.
  • Let the tart be frozen (4-5 hours in the freezer).

Notes

Enjoy cats eating ice cream! When you take the tart out of the mold, the upper layer will be the main dish (frozen gravy) and the bottom one will be the dessert. A doubled pleasure is guaranteed!

 

FAQ

Is There an Ice Cream for Cats?

Yes, you can do it yourself with the help of cat-friendly products or purchase in pet shops.

Can Cats Tolerate Regular Ice Cream?

A small portion of vanilla ice cream is harmless for your buddy. But according to the Oakland Veterinary, chocolate (Is Chocolate Bad for Cats?) icy treats are poisonous for your bewhiskered friends! Cat pistachio ice cream can cause indigestion, so avoid this dessert as well.

Can Cats Eat Frosty Paws Ice Cream?

You can give frosty paws for cats but in small portions. But note that overdosing on frozen food can cause serious problems with the health of your pet companion. Cat’s brain freeze effect is not just about a funny face while eating something cold. It is the same pain humans feel.

Final Word

Final Word

Can cats eat ice cream? Of course, they can. All the felines enjoy treats you can make of cat-friendly products. Make ice cream for your pet with cucumber, banana, sour cream, gravy, chicken broth, and other ingredients. For those who are not ready to prepare frozen desserts themselves, there are special cool treats like Pet Winery Cat or Purina Cat Claws ice cream.