This Frozen Peanut Butter Kong Will Keep Your Dog Occupied And Happy

Learn how to make this delicious treat for your pup, guaranteed to keep him busy!

If you have a high energy dog, or one that always seems to need attention, keeping them busy can be a challenge. Thankfully, the World of Angus team has come up with a great to keep your pup entertained and happier than ever!

The DIY Peanut Butter Apple Kong can provide minutes to hours of entertainment, depending on the size and chew level of your dog. Peanut butter is an excellent source of protein and fat, while apples make a tasty treat for your dog. This DIY treat is not only delicious and time consuming, but health conscious and easy to make!

This Is What You’ll Need

1/2 cup of All Natural Peanut Butter (no added sugars, sodium, or xylitol)

1 Green Apple

Apple Corer

Mixing Bowl


Sounds easy, right?

Step 1

Using your apple corer, decor the apple. Make sure there are no seeds or sharp edges left in the apple, as these can be harmful to your dog.

Check to make sure there are no seeds or sharp edges left inside your apple.


Your apple should look like this!

You should be able to see right through your apple!


Step 2

Using a spoon, fill the hole in the apple with peanut butter. This may take a few spoonfuls, and the use of your hands. Don’t be afraid to get messy!

Fill the apple with as much peanut butter as possible.


That’s All Folks!

This is what the end result should look like. If you wish, you can place the apple in the fridge or freezer to keep it cool, and harden up the peanut butter. This may help the treat last longer, and keep your dog occupied for more time.

You may have to get a little messy, but it’s worth the effort!

You are now ready to treat your pup!

Your pup will thank you!


Remember, not all dogs like the same foods, and some may experience allergies to the ingredients used. Supervise your pup while he eats this treat to make sure he is safe and enjoying the snack. Limit his peanut butter and apple intake if you are concerned about weight gain. If your dog needs to gain a few pounds, feed him this treat once per day.

For dogs who have sensitivities to acidic food, replace the apple with a carrot, or less acidic vegetable.

Learn more about the Apple Peanut Butter Kong by watching the step by step video below, and go to World of Angus’s YouTube for more pawsome DIY tutorials!

World of Angus YouTube

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