How to Make a Pup Cup for Your Ice Cream Shop

A pup cup is a treat you can serve in your ice cream shop that's just for dogs! Your customers with furry friends can get a treat for their dog when they come in for their frozen treats. Some ice cream shops just serve whipped cream in a small cup but you can do even more than that! Here's a recipe for a pup cup every dog is sure to love.

Why Cater to Your Customers with Dogs?

67% of American households own at least one kind of pet and 53% of American households own a dog. Alongside that, 73% of people ages 25-40 own pets. Of all those pet owners, 95% consider their pets to be members of their families. Your customers treat their pets like family and they want your ice cream shop to love them too.

What You'll Need:

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How to Make a Pup Cup:

1. Mash and mix

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Mash your banana until it's smooth. Mix it with your yogurt. 

2. Warm your peanut butter

Microwave your peanut butter in 30-second intervals, stirring in between. Warm it until it's smooth and liquidy. 

3. Fill your cup

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Scoop half of your yogurt/banana mixture into your cup. Spoon half of your peanut butter on top of that. Smooth it out and swirl it into your yogurt mixture. Don't mix it in fully, just a small swirl will do. Repeat this with the rest of your yogurt and peanut butter.

4. Top it

Place your dog treat on top of your final layer of peanut butter. Place your dome lid on your ice cream cup.

5. Serve it

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Serve this pup cup chilled or frozen. You can store this in the fridge for up to 2 weeks or in the freezer for up to 2 months.

Pup cups are the perfect treat to serve your customers with furry friends. All you need is a ice cream cup and some ingredients! Your customers (and their dogs) are sure to love it.

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