Labradoodle Dog Party – Make Your Own Cake


One of our very own, Manor Lake’s Wally just celebrated his first birthday here are a couple pictures from his party!

What is the best dog birthday cake recipe so your dog can celebrate with his other puppy pals? How do you plan the best bow wow birthday party? One of the best accessories these days is petite doggie, a pet beloved by both a-listers and the lonely old doggie lover who has no time for folks, but cherishes every moment with her precious pooch. So, how do you show Fido that you think he is just fabulous even though the years are showing? An annual requirement for any pup parent is the hip birthday party.

Whether your doggie is celebrating with a super shin-dig with all of his personal pup posse or it will be an intimate celebration with just the two of you, finding the best dog birthday cake recipe is essential for those who want to show how much they care by preparing the pup confection themselves instead of a store our boutique-bought snack. These are three of the best dog birthday cake recipe ideas, which are some of the most puperiffic recipes you can follow, though I do not recommend them for human consumption.

Kibble Cake Dog Birthday Cake Recipe

1c powdered dry kibble (kibble sent through either a coffee grinder or blended into powder in a food processor)
½ c all-purpose flour
1 ½ tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
½ c olive oil
½ cup butter, softened
1 jar strained veal baby food
4 eggs, slightly beaten
4 strips bacon dog treats cut into small 1” squares

Icing recipe for topping dog birthday cake recipe:
1 c cottage cheese
1 T powdered kibble
1 T shredded carrot

Commercial dog biscuits for garnish

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flower small round cake pan. Mix dry ingredients in a glass bowl. Set aside. Cream butter and eggs until thoroughly mixed. Fold in oil and baby food until evenly distributed. Mix with dry ingredients until batter is thoroughly mixed.

Pour batter into the pan, and set bacon pieces on the top of the cake, being careful to poke them into the batter slightly using a toothpick to push them down into the dough. Bake for 1 hour until inserted toothpick comes out clean. Frost with special icing and add dog treat garnish. Store in a refrigerator until the event.

Chicken Chompers Cake Dog Birthday Cake Recipe

3 c flour
1 T baking powder
½ c butter
4 eggs, slightly beaten
1/2 c applesauce
2 jars organic chicken baby food
1 can chunk chicken, drained

Icing for Dog Birthday Cake Recipe:
1 pkg Neufchatel cheese

Mix dry ingredients. Mix in everything else. Bake at 350 for 40 minutes in a sheet cake pan, or until toothpick comes out clean. Ice with a thin layer of Neufchatel cheese.

Simple Dog Birthday Cake Recipe

2c flour
4 jars baby food (any meat)
1 can dog food
½ c honey
½ c olive oil
4 eggs, slightly beaten
1 T baking powder

Bake at 350 for 40 minutes in a sheet cake pan. Ice with a paste of dog food and garnish with dog biscuits.

Other ideas for great dog birthday cake recipes are:
If your dog is not corn sensitive, use a corn bread mix and instead of adding milk, stir in two jars of baby food along with the eggs mentioned on the box.
Offer your dog a quiche or pot pie instead of a dog birthday cake.
Consider dog-food based pate in special dishes for dogs with weaker digestive systems over dog birthday cake.

Never let your dog eat the whole dog birthday cake. A good preference is to make cupcakes, but do not leave them in the paper. If your dog is allergic to wheat, use rice flour as a substitute for the all-purpose flour. Never put chocolate in a dog birthday cake recipe. If you want chocolate flavor, try carob. Never use ingredients that hurt your dog’s sensitive stomach when following a dog birthday cake recipe. Substitute whenever necessary!

For favors, it’s a great idea to have plenty of dog bones handy. Be sure to remember to keep your dog birthday party short, as dogs tend to have short attention spans.

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