4 Really Easy No Bake Dog Cake Recipes
Dogs bring so much joy into our lives. The least you can do to repay your dog is showing her how much you also love her, especially on her birthday. Birthdays are always special for us, so why shouldn't they be special for our furry friends too? Even if you don't know what day your dog was born, feel free to pick one from your calendar and go all our for your pet.
Cakes have always been a permanent fixture in birthday celebrations everywhere and it should be the same for pets. There are many types of cakes you can make for your dog, some of which don't even require you to turn on your oven. The following are 4 easy no bake dog cake recipes that you can try:
1. Dog Food Cake
Recipe & photo by Created by Diane
- 1 1/2 cups Dog food (any dry dog food that your dog loves will work)
- 1/4 cup pumpkin puree
- 3 tablespoons peanut butter
- 1 cup powdered sugar
- 2 tablespoons sprinkles
- 2 tablespoons water
1. Mix your dog food, pumpkin puree, and peanut butter in a food processor.
2. Pulse until the mixture resembles coarse crumbs but sticks together well.
3. Press the mixture into a 4-inch mini cake pan until it takes the form of a cake.
4. Remove it from the cake pan.
5. Mix your frosting ingredients and spread the mixture all over your cake. Decorate and add flavor with sprinkles.
2. Dog Treats Cake
Photo and Recipe by Kolchakpuggle.com
This very easy to make, no bake dog birthday cake only needs two ingredients and will drive your dog crazy as it combines two of his favorite food in the world; treats and meat.
- approximately 25 thin, grain free treats ( the dog treats should be as thin as possible)
- 1 can of mostly meat canned dog food. (should be grain free)
1. On a cake plate or any plate, you feel comfortable having dog food on, spread one tablespoon of the dog food into any shape you desire, but a circle is best.
2. Press some of the dog treats on top of the dog food layer in a circular pattern.
3. Spread the second tablespoon of canned dog food on top of the layer of treats, then on top, press the second layer of treats. Keep alternating layers of treats and canned food until the cake is your desired height.
4. Cover your cake with plastic wrap and put it in the fridge for at least 12 hours. During this time, the treats will absorb moisture from the dog food, making them easily sliceable and delicious.
5. Remove the cake from the fridge and serve to your dog.
No Time To Bake? No Worries!
You can occasionally find doggie cakes at dog bakeries. The Dog Bakery makes dog birthday cakes in a few different shapes and colors available in wheat free or grain free!
3. Raw dog birthday cake
Recipe & Photo by MojoAndFriends
This cake is delicious and packed with nutrients that will boost your dog's health.
- 250 grams minced duck
- 250 grams minced beef
- a handful of berries
- 6 dehydrated sprats
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
1. Thaw out your minced meats and set them on four cake tins or flat bowls, making two layers of minced beef and two layers of minced duck.
2. Place the tins in the freezer for 3 hours until frozen solid.
3. Remove the layers from the tins and stack all 4 layers while alternating the types of meat.
4. Drizzle some melted coconut oil on top and watch as it slowly firms up in a minute.
5. Add small drops of the coconut oil and use it as adhesive to stick the berries.
6. Drizzle some coconut oil on the sides and use it to stick the dehydrated sprats.
7. Serve while frozen or leave it to thaw for dogs who don't like frozen foods.
ProTip- Spoil Your Pup With A Furbo Dog Camera
We highly recommend a Furbo Dog Camera. It allows you to see, talk and toss treats to your dog from anywhere. This way you can chat with your dog while you're at work AND throw dog treats to your pup remotely! You'll even get a daily summary video with all of your dogs activities!
4. Frozen banana and peanut butter pupcakes
Photo and Recipe by LolathePitty
- 1/2 cup peanut butter
- 1 ripe banana
- unsweetened almond milk ( you can also use water)
- 1/2 cup plain yogurt
1. Combine your peanut butter, plain yogurt, and diced ripe banana and blend until smooth.
2. Add your almond milk or water, a little at a time until everything blends well.
3. Pour the mix into muffin tins (or cake pan if you want one cake) and freeze until solid.
4. When you are ready to serve, remove them from the freezer and allow them to thaw slightly before serving.
No Time To Bake? No Worries!
You can occasionally order dog cake at dog bakeries. The Dog Bakery makes dog birthday cakes in a few different shapes and colors available in wheat free or grain free! Check them out!
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