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Photo by: Cookie's Kitchen……

There’s nothing more satisfying on a hot summer day than a cold treat. I’m sure your horse would agree! You can make your horse their own frozen popsicle with a few basic ingredients like fruit and applesauce. These DIY popsicles are mighty yummy! Even you can snack on them.

Ice Cube Treats

Courtesy of: Dover Saddlery

You’ll need:

  • Ice cube tray
  • Knife
  • Baby food puree or applesauce
  • Fruit of choice


  1. Cut the fruit up into small pieces.
  2. Put a few in each ice cube mold.
  3. Fill up the rest with applesauce or baby puree.
  4. Let this freeze overnight.
  5. Feed them right from your hand.

Frozen Fruit Salad

You’ll need:

  • A bucket
  • Feed pan
  • Watery fruit like watermelon, oranges, apples, etc…
  • Water


  1. Dice up fruit and put it into the bucket.
  2. Fill the bucket up with water.
  3. Freeze it overnight.
  4. Turn the bucket over into a feed pan for a large frozen treat.

Horse Cookies

These aren’t frozen, but they’re so cute for summer!

Summer Snacks, $6.00, FlyingHippoSnacks

Your horse will really appreciate one of these tasty summer treats, and it’ll keep them hydrated!