Today is my goldie’s 1st birthday. I made a frosting of 1 part honey 2 parts peanut butter and a little almond milk to thin it out. I made this cake today for my pound puppy Oscar. I would recommend using unsweetened applesauce. Aww, so cute! ‘Xylitol, a sweetener used in many foods, including peanut butter, yogurt, toothpaste and chewing gum, is safe for humans but potentially deadly for dogs. For the cake you’ll need 1 cup of flour, 1 tsp. Awww! Love the cake, love the pup. 293358 and in Scotland no. Happy Birthday Einstein! I went looking online to find a dog-suitable recipe for a cake and can you believe there are whole bakeries out there dedicated to dog treats and cakes? If you love baking as much as you love dogs, why not bake for your dog? Wow! Bake in a preheated oven for 40 minutes. Your email address will not be published. Thanks for sharing this with us! Is it just peanut butter? I would add to your instructions to make sure the peanut butter is xylitol free. Copyright 2020 Leaf Group Ltd. / Leaf Group Media, All Rights Reserved. Pour the cake mixture into a cake or loaf pan and place into the preheated oven. is it okey that i did not use eggs in this recipe?????? In August I may need to make something similar for my Malcom! I’ll have to try your recipe for her 4th birthday in July! And on it I will put 2nd B-day made out of dog treats. Bake the carrot cake. Psst! How ’bout a cat birthday cake? What a sweet gesture to make your dog a cake! Prepare the frosting. Is the 1/4 cup of Peanut Butter supposed to be included in the cake batter? What a lucky little Jack Russell he is :-), Thanks for the recipe! My puppy is turning one tomorrow and I realized I didn’t have a cake! ¼ cup peanut butter* ¼ cup vegetable oil 1 cup shredded carrots 1 teaspoon vanilla 1 teaspoon honey** 1 egg. Bake this healthy carrot and peanut butter cake as a special treat for you and your dog to share. In the medium mixing bowl, combine the cinnamon, oats and flour. I love this so much. I also read that you could puree cottage cheese for white icing as well. Baking soda is on the list. We are having a PAW-ty for her tonight. Don’t miss all the latest Hearing Dogs news…. I baked mine in a 8×4 loaf pan let it cool before cutting it with my bread knife into a dog bone shape and iced with peanut butter. Very cute. Happy Birthday Einstein! Just sayin’. In a microwave-safe bowl, microwave the peanut butter and honey … It’s tough to find doggie birthday cake recipes that are allergy-free or don’t include things he can’t eat. Grease and flour 4 3-inch ramekins, and set aside. No-Bake Chocolate, Peanut Butter & Oatmeal Cookies, Garlic-Herb & Parmesan Roasted Red Potatoes. Required fields are marked *. I take that back…it is the same recipe I used…duh! He keeps begging for me. Please tell me that ‘mommy’ cut up Einstein’s cake before you served it? https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/141949/doggie-birthday-cake P.S. Recipe is a keeper thanks! Stir in the carrots and apple puree; mix thoroughly. 1. that cake looks like something Murphy would love. What a wonderful idea, and how sweet of you! That is just about the cutest thing I’ve ever seen! That’s for ME? Bake for 25 minutes. Pour into greased 8” round cake pan and bake at 350°F for 30 minutes. Prep your baking station. What a great name for a Golden Retriever. Will be making this fab recipe today. Add remaining ingredients. Is 1/4 cup of vegetable oil safe for them? I baked these Carrot Peanut Butter Pupcakes for my baby Sasha (our yellow Labrador) and frosted with this yummy and super easy frosting of peanut butter… Stir the mixture and set aside. Your email address will not be published. It is my understanding that if raw, unbaked baking soda or powder is ingested by dogs it can cause problems, but that dogs eating something that has been baked with either leavening agent is not an issue. Start by mixing the flour and baking soda then add the remaining ingredients. Since I eat healthy, this works great for me too. What is the icing on top made out of? I must be doing too much sugar-free baking these days because this cake didn’t even taste all that bad to me! If I substituted the 1 egg for mashed banana, what would the shelf life of this cake be? She and her two “sister” danes loved it. Menu tips, recipe ideas, prep timelines, and more! Hello and welcome! If your dog loves pineapple or some other healthy treat, sprinkle a small handful on top of the finished cake before serving. Hi Jo, It is just straight peanut butter; so sorry, I mentioned it in the written post, but not in the recipe. Brilliant idea will be doing this for our cream retriever bella on sat she be 1, Aw, My Border Collie Puppy, Lilly is 1 on the 15th of August and I’m going to try to make her one of these:). My sister actually tasted it, and said it’s definitely a taste only a dog could love ;-). Whether you’re celebrating his birthday or simply in the mood to give him a special treat, baking a canine carrot cake is a healthy and tasty way to spoil your pooch. Preheat oven to 350 Allow to cool, then spread additional peanut butter on top for "frosting", if desired. Just curious if anyone has tried adding pumpkin to the cake mix instead of carrots or honey?? Omg this cake was amazing my Charlie loved it and so did my bro with the extra penutbutter. He LOVES it. How cute is that? I’ll have to make this for her. And got him a Bunch of toys that he loved. And I melted those and drizzled it along the top. My dog’s birthday is coming up so this would be a wonderful treat for him. of cottage cheese. Happy Birthday to Oddball! Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and lightly grease a cake or loaf pan. I like to make him Homemade dog treats. Easy and delicious  and quick to make. Prep your baking station. I’m pretty sure this is my favorite cake of the year! DogTreatKitchen: Carrot Cake Dog Cupcakes with Cream Cheese Icing, TasteBook: Peanut Butter Carrot Cake for Dogs, Everything-Dog-Treats: A Step-by-Step Guide to Baking Dog Treats. Thanks for the idea and recipe! Do you think I could make a few cupcakes instead of one cake with this? I hope she enjoys her cake! He’s having his little doggie friends over and I’m totally making this for him. Not weird at all! Happy 3rd Birthday to my Golden Retriever, Einstein! The best part about making a cake for your dog … And, the cake looks terrific! Happy Birthday Einstein! Thank you.. Nancy L.Sparks.. Is baking soda in the recipe good for dog? Mix the ingredients. Updates on how we train our dogs and how they change deaf people’s lives. We are making my dog pearl this she’ll love it, I am going to make this for my golden retriever Maddie! My dog has an egg allergy so we substitute with banana or applesauce. Thanks for this post. He and Roxie need to have a playdate! I’m glad I am not your dog, and maybe you should find him a home with someone that does like him. Have to say, I’ve eaten two myself! Hell I will take him from you. Happy Birthday Einstein! Makes the texture a bit odd but worked well and rose nicely (with some xantham gum thrown in). Einstein is ADORABLE!!!!!! You have a very cute dog!!! Happy birthday doggie :). Whisk together the flour and baking soda. :-). Aww, I haven’t seen a picture of Einy in forever. You can omit the eggs, but you’ll need to replace them with something. We brought him home 4-21-2013 from a county animal shelter (it was a true “dog pound”). We have a free monthly e-newsletter that we send out to 30,000 of our fantastic friends. I love the pictures of him waiting for his cake. !” :), I love it — that is so cute! Awww, your doggie is adorable! Puree cottage cheese in blender for icing.