Place the blueberries in a blender and blend until smooth.
Place the coconut oil in a small dish and place it in the microwave, on high, for about a minute or until fully melted.
Add the coconut oil to the blender and blend. If your blueberries are cold, this may cause the coconut oil to immediately solidify. If so, slip the mixture into the microwave for about 30 seconds or until the coconut oil is liquid again.
Combine the gelatin with the blueberry mixture and mix well. If your blueberries weren’t very juicy, the mixture may be thicker than it should be and hard to work with. If so, add a tablespoon of water in at a time and slip it into the microwave for 15 second intervals until it’s easier to work with.
Place the silicone mold on a flat plate or moveable, flat surface.
Fill the mold with the blueberry mixture. I use an injector tool to more easily fill the molds, but if you don’t have one, simply pouring the liquid or spooning it into the crevices will work too.
Place in the refrigerator for an hour or until solidified.
Place the silicone molds on a plate when you transfer them to the fridge to avoid spilling!
Store in a sealed container in a cool pantry or in the fridge. Do not freeze.
You can use other fruits in place of the blueberries, as long as they’re safe for dogs.
Do not use frozen blueberries. Trust me...I tried it...it doesn’t work.