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Normal people may make banana bread. I make dog cupcakes. 🙂 These “pupcakes” are banana oatmeal flavored. . .with dry dog food incorporated.
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Our dog, Boomer, turned 11 so we wanted to make him a cake. I chose this recipe because it had easily available ingredients that I didn't mind cooking with my dishes - no dogfood in my muffin tins thanks! They turned out great! I did make them muffin sized but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Boomer LOVED them! It is amazing how he seemed to know we made them just for him! We called them his birthday "pupcakes". Thanks for the great recipe! Dog Bone Crayons | Party cakes, Food cakes and The o'jays - Pinterest
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Cooking For Dogs! Pupcake Cupcakes!! Dog treat DIY! Check our chanel for our tutorial on dog friendly Peanut Butter frosting!

(Yields approx 12-14 cakes)

Tools and Equipment:

Greased cupcake baking tray for up to 14
Wooden spoon
Large mixing bowl

2 ¾ cups water
1 cup diced apple or chopped dried apples
¼ cup unsweetened applesauce
4 cups whole wheat flour
1 tbsp cornstarch dissolved in cup warm water
1 tbsp baking powder
Dash of ground cinnamon

1/ Preheat oven to 350*F / 180*C
2/ Lightly oil 12-14 muffin cups
3/ Combine water, apple, and applesauce in a large mixing bowl.
4/ Add all remaining ingredients and mix well, scraping the sides of the bowl.
5/ Pour evenly into the prepared muffin cups.
6/ Bake 25 minutes or until toothpick inserted into centre comes out dry.
7/ Cool completely before serving or storing.
Store in sealed containers of zipper lock bags. Pupcakes will keep for 7 days in refrigerator or 6 months in freezer.

Nutrition Tips:
Wheat flour- has protein, fiber , Vitamins E&B. It is fine in small doses such as when used for treats but a wheat based diet is not recommended. Commercial dog food is usually packed with wheat.

Apple: Fruit -- Dogs can and do eat fruit. Wild dogs, foxes, dingoes -- all eat fruit. It is a totally natural food as our dogs are omnivores. They can eat anything as long as we avoid fruits on the toxic list -- apple seeds, grapes and raisons. Raw fruit is excellent as another nutritious part of your dog's diet. Make sure the fruit is very ripe -- or even over ripe as it will not cause digestive problems.

Applesauce: Unsweetened fruit provides flavor and a moist texture.
These can be decorated with carob chips or dusted with a fine coat of confectioner's sugar for an extra special treat.

Treats: Healthy and inexpensive. Treat should be nutritious, low calorie or both. I am in the process of making this right now. I didnt have any baby food so I used pumpkin and the dogs would not leave my side for anything while I was prepping it. I made it into cupcakes since today is our lab Stewie's 2nd Birthday and we are going to the dog park with them to meet some friends. I can already tell these are gonna be a huge hit and I will have to make them again next month for our husky Max's 2nd birthday. Thanks for sharing! At this point you COULD frost the cupcakes if you wanted. My favorite doggy frosting is low-fat cream cheese with some small pieces of crushed dry dog food sprinkled over the top.