Cake recipe ideas for our third birthday!

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Below are some suggested recipes if you’re planning on making a cake for your dog. Of course, there
are many other recipes available but do check that all the ingredients are safe for dogs. The recipes
included have come from reputable dog charities.

Please note the following ingredients ARE TOXIC for dogs, so be sure to avoid :






Green tomatoes

Onions, Garlic and Chives


Macadamia nuts


Corn on the cob




All artificial sweeteners including Xylitol and Aspartame 

Peanut butter with Xylitol in it 

Cooked bones

Blue cheese

Milk & milk products


Pupcake Recipe: 


165g self-raising flour
165g finely grated carrot
2 eggs
60ml honey

To decorate
280g lactose free cream cheese
Small dog treats

1. Pre-heat your oven to 170°C (325°F)/Gas Mark 3, line a mini muffin tray with paper cases
2. Beat together all the pupcake ingredients until well mixed
3. Place a teaspoon of mixture into each cake case and once full, tap the tin a couple of times      gently on the work surface to level out the mixture
4. Bake for 25 mins then leave to cool completely before removing from the tin
5. Whip the cream cheese until smooth and then spread or pipe onto the cupcakes
6. Decorate with a tasty doggie treat if you like

Battersea Recipe:

1. 210g plain or wholemeal flour
2. 1 peeled banana, mashed
3. half a grated carrot
4. 2 tsp melted coconut oil
5. 250ml oat milk
6. 1 egg

To decorate:
1. 1 large potato cooked and mashed using water.
2. Dog treats to decorate.

1. Preheat your oven to 200C and line a small cake tin
2. Put your banana in a bowl and mash, then add your whisked egg, grated carrot, melted coconut oil and oat milk. Mix together, then stir in flour.
3. Pour into your tin and bake for between 45 minutes to 1 hour until cooked all the way through.  Don’t worry if it doesn’t rise well – there’s no baking powder.
4. Allow to completely cool, then decorate with mashed potato (made with water, not milk) and dog treats.


Decorated cake for a dog