Step two- In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the coconut oil (20-30 seconds). Then use the food syringe or pourable cup to transfer the melted coconut oil to each paw print (or whatever mold you have chosen to use) about 1 teaspoon in each. Freeze until hard (about 20 minutes).
Step three- Remove the frozen mold(s) from the freezer. In a blender, blend the blueberries until they are in liquid form. Transfer the blueberries to the paw molds using the method that you used
Step four- transfer the molds back to the freezer until frozen (about an hour and a half should work). You can store the treats unmolded in the freezer for up to two months if kept in a sealed container such as a zip top bag.
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