Our dogs are as much a part of the family as any other member, and they deserve to have their birthdays celebrated with as much fuss as the rest of us. Make their day complete with one of these woof-worthy dog cakes which are all made with pooch-friendly ingredients that they’ll devour with gusto; most of them are perfectly safe for humans to share, which means your pup will love them even more.
Full of dog-friendly deliciousness, this frosted sponge cake will be the highlight of your dog’s birthday celebrations as they dive into the peanut buttery, apple saucy, and pumpkin puree-y goodness.
Sweetened with honey, and with a frosting they’ll get all over their whiskers, this luxurious looking sandwich sponge uses whole wheat flour and grated carrot to ensure it’s extra healthy.
Never mind cupcakes, pupcakes is where it’s at, and these adorable little morsels are jam-packed with healthy ingredients like carrots and apple sauce, and topped with a cream cheese frosting.
You’d never guess that the incredible frosting on this decadent-looking dog cake is made from potato, but it is, and it sits on top of a healthy, nutritious carrot cake.
You don’t have to be hipster to enjoy a spot of pumpkin – happenin’ hounds love it too, which is why this pumpkin dog cake with peanut butter frosting will go down a treat
Use a bone-shaped cake tin or carve the finished sponge into shape for a perfectly pooch-themed birthday cake that includes all the ingredients that doggos love, like carrots, honey, and peanut butter.
If you can’t contemplate a birthday without bacon, take a look at this delectable cake which uses bacon fat in the sponge mix, and is topped with lots of crispy Applewood smoked slices.
If your dog has a sensitive tummy or follows a special diet, they don’t have to miss out on birthday treats because this grain-free cake recipe uses chickpea or oat flour instead.
With a fluffy yogurt and peanut butter frosting, this cake looks absolutely delicious – just ask your dog as he licks the plate clean of all that banana and nutty sponge.
Made with coconut oil, apple sauce, and pumpkin, this sweet birthday cake is topped with a yogurt and honey frosting and decorated with shredded carrots and blueberries (or other dog-friendly fruits).
You can make this as one big cake or a smaller three-tiered cake, and smother the top in a creamy banana and peanut butter frosting for a treat any dog would demolish.
You’d be forgiven for thinking this was a cherry cake at first glance, but look a little closer and you will see that it’s studded with delicious beef stick pieces instead.
Human or canine, a birthday’s not a birthday without a cake, but if you don’t want your pup to devour the whole thing at once, why not make these delightful little pupcakes instead?
This dog cake is a meal in itself, and oh so healthy! Made with chickpea flour, sweet potato, yogurt, and peanut butter, it can even be decorated with tiny dog-friendly treats.
If you’re looking for a recipe for a dog cake that uses very few ingredients, this is the one for you because it only needs egg, peanut butter, baking powder and apple.
Make their birthday dreams come true with a truly scrumptious cake that’s smothered in peanut butter and yogurt frosting, and decorated with fresh banana and your pup’s favorite treats.
If your dog is following a raw diet they can still partake of this birthday cake, which is made using raw minced meat and decorated with coconut oil ‘icing’ and fresh berries.
When push comes to shove, most dogs love meat, so why not give them a special treat by making yours a birthday cake which includes chicken mince, pumpkin, and potatoes?
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