Pets.ca - Pet forum for dogs cats and humans 

-->

Birthday cake

levimh
June 20th, 2005, 03:00 PM
Does anyone know of any recipes for cakes for dogs? Nothing too large or overly fatty.

raingirl
June 20th, 2005, 03:09 PM
Yeah. I already posted one in this forum. Check back the other posts an you will see it.

http://www.pets.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=14264

levimh
June 21st, 2005, 02:02 PM
Thanks raingirl.

I decided to make my own cake in the end. This is what happens when you have no kids - you end up making cakes for your dog. ;)


Here's the recipe if anyone is interested.

Prep time: about 20 minutes / 25 maximum
Temperature: 375 degrees (F) for app. 20 minutes (depending on your oven) or until it's not sloopyish (that's a technical term if you weren't aware ;) )

Ingredients:
4 eggs
1 cup tuna
1 - 1 1/2 cups of ground up treats or dog food
3/4 cup of milk (or water - I prefer milk)
3/4 cup of flour
1 tablespoon of vegetable oil
1/2 cup of sugar (optional)
peanut butter or whipped cream for topping

Cooking directions:
Beat eggs in large bowl. Mix in flour and tuna and ground-up food/treats. Next, blend in milk or water and vegetable oil. Stir in the half a cup of sugar.
Poor in a no bigger than two inch thick pan. Place in oven at 375 for app. 20 minutes or until firm.
Spread PB or WC over top and sprinkle with smaller treats or milk bones.

Cutie
November 17th, 2008, 07:11 PM
Birthday Cake for a Cat

* 1 packet jelly/paste cat food
* 1/2 can wet cat food (e.g. Almo Nature Salmon)
* few pieces of dry cat food/dry treats

1. Empty out the tin of wet cat food into a separate bowl.
2. Open the packet of jelly/paste cat food and pour it into the tin. Press the jelly down gently and firmly so it takes the shape of the can, then un-mould onto the serving dish.
3. Scoop half (or more) of the wet cat food on top of the molded jelly.
4. Decorate with a ring of dry cat food/treats. You can also spell out the initial of your cat's name on top (e.g. like the "S" in the photo).

I used a jelly type food for the base of the cake, but if you’re normal wet cat food can pop out of the tin without breaking up, then you don't have to use the jelly/paste as well. It's nice to have different flavors in the cake all at the same time, though! :dog: