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Ooh-la-la Pink Poodle Cupcake

Ooh-la-la Pink Poodle Cupcake

Pretty cupcakes filled with cherry mousse.MORE+LESS-

Ingredients for batter:

1 1/4

cups (2 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened

4 3/4

cups cake flour, sifted, plus additional for dusting pans

2 1/4

teaspoons baking powder

1

tablespoon plus 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Ingredients for cherry mousse:

1

envelope unflavored gelatin

2

cups heavy whipping cream

1/2

cup chopped maraschino cherries (about 25)

3

teaspoons maraschino cherry juice

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    Directions for batter:Arrange oven rack in middle position and preheat oven to 350°F. Line muffin tins with paper liners.

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    In large bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, and salt. In small bowl, combine milk and vanilla.

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    In bowl of electric mixer fitted with paddle attachment, beat together butter and sugar on moderate speed until light and fluffy, about 5 minutes. Reduce speed to low. Add 1/2 of flour mixture and beat until just combined. Add milk mixture and beat until just combined. Add remaining flour mixture and beat until just combined, then raise speed to moderately high and beat 10 seconds. Transfer to large bowl.

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    In clean bowl of electric mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, beat egg whites until they hold stiff peaks.

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    Fold 1/3 of egg whites into batter to lighten. Gently fold in remaining 2/3 of egg whites until just incorporated. Fill cupcake liners 2/3 full.

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    Bake until tops are springy to touch and testers come out clean, about 20 minutes. Cool cupcakes in pans on racks 30 minutes.

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    Directions for Whipped Cream Frosting:Whip heavy cream until soft peaks form. Add confectioners' sugar and whip until stiff peaks form. Gradually add powdered sugar, beating until smooth.

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    Directions for cherry mousse:In a small bowl, soften gelatin in 1/4 cup cold water, let stand 2 minutes. Add 1/3 cup boiling water, stirring until gelatin dissolves.

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    In a medium bowl, beat whipping cream with an electric mixer until foamy; gradually add sugar, beating until soft peaks form. Gently stir in gelatin mixture, cherries, and juice. Cover and chill 2 hours.

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    Assemble:In each cupcake, hollow out an area. Place a heaping spoonful of cherry mousse into each cavity. Pipe on your frosting..... enjoy.

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Ooh La La! How to Make Parisian Patisserie Cupcake Toppers

Hi! My name is Lynlee Beckett, creator of Lynlees.com and author of Sweet & Unique Cupcake Toppers. I am thrilled to be back on the Wilton blog sharing another fondant tutorial! Last summer, I shared how to make hot dog and hamburger fondant toppers.

I recently threw a Patisserie Baking party for my daughter’s birthday where the little bakers were invited to decorate their own cupcakes and cookies utilizing a plethora of Wilton baking and decorating products! In addition to the decorating activity, guests were able to browse through the French patisserie we brought to life, including these sweet and fancy Parisian Patisserie cupcakes! Follow the step-by-step tutorial to create fondant toppers of your own that will have your guests saying, “Ooh la la”!


The Pink Parisian Poodle party ideas and elements to look for from this delectable birthday celebration are:

  • The adorable hot pink tulle “ooh la la” table skirt
  • The darling two tier back and white striped cake
  • The dessert table backdrop with hanging paper lanterns, pom poms, and fans
  • The cute black and white cinched tale cover
  • The sweet labels/tags
  • and MORE!

This is what Monique said about the party-

“Paloma celebrated her 5th birthday in style with her favorite color pink, her best friend Miles and a glittery pink poodle. Each guest was treated to a pink feather boa, matching tutu and white pearls so they could dress up and twirl together. The boys were not left out as each one received a black bow tie and got in on some of the twirling action too!”

Vendors:
Printables: Krown Kreations
Photography: Arica Grafton Photography
Cake and Cakepops: Yay For Cakes


Chocolat - French for Chocolate. I adored chocolate from a young age when I had to sneak in the cupboard to find where my mother had hidden the Nestle's Chocolate Chips. Having read about the famous chocolat shoppes in Paris, when I finally got there I was determined to try a chocolate from every Paris shoppe. I invite you to share my adventures in creating, in travel, and in life.

42 comments:

Oh, that should be a fabulous trip. Thanks for sharing all the great photos.

Have a great trip Jacqueline! Can't wait to hear all about it:@)

My mouth dropped open at the thought of all those chocolate shops!! And I love those sugar cookies!

this has to be one of the BEST posts I have read in a long time..how fun! Thanks for the "mini paris trip" right in my own home!

I hope you have a safe trip. I know you will have a wonderful time! I can't wait to hear all about your trip when you come back. I just love vacationing vicariously through my friends! You see so much more that way!

How lovely. Paris is BEAUTIFUL in pink. Have a great weekend :)

happy travels to you, i am sure you are tickled pink

HEAVENLY pictures. Paris at Christmas. OOOO LA LA. That would be awesome! Have a WONDERFUL trip, can't wait to hear all about it! But then, how could you NOT have a wonderful trip. XO, Pinky

Love the Pink Paris cookies! This blog post just makes me wish I was in Paris right now.

WOW, what amazing pictures, one of my favorite pictues is the Disney Hotel Paris!

Oh you lucky girl! From looking at the pictures you will have a wonderful trip. The disneyland Hotel is gorgeous. Loved your post! Happy Pink Saturday!
Denise

Uh oh I got to looking around your blog too. Great blog - I love the individual photos on the sidebar and think inside the box (of CHOCOLATE!). Great Pink Post, I did read it first! Je parle francais un peu . did I remember how to spell it? Did I get it? It's the last word I'm really uncertain of the spelling. I see where you went to Israel and what a blessing that must have been . Passover and all. Awesome. Oh yes, I love your sister's blog title. You know,I'll not get very far on Pink Saturday if I linger like this. I can't imagine the pink pastry shop nor the other one that's a coffee shop (?). Wow. Cool selections and great Pink post. Happy Pink Saturday! Thanks or having stopped by my place! Jenn

Well, we are both just quite continental, aren't we! Lafayette is magical, indeed. Have you been to the older department store, la Samaritaine (If I remember the spelling correctly. not to shop necessarily. but to go to the open air roof top cafe for croissants and a drink. Has to be the best 360 degree view in Paris. if you've been, then you already know. if you haven't been, don't miss it! Great opportunity for amazing panorama photography. Next week I'll share a bit of Sorrento and the amazing Hotel Belle Vue Syrene. oh my heavens! Cherry Kay

Beautiful images. Have a wonderful time in Italy and Paris! Travel safely and eat a croissant for me:) My husband and I will be in Yosemite this weekend-hiking to Half-dome(if the cables are up) or to Yosemite falls(if the cables aren't up).
Take care. Can't wait to hear about your trip!

Love what you did for both parties.
Pretty in pink always works, doesn't it? xx's


How to Make Adorable Dog Cupcakes

These adorable doggie doppelgangers are created with just a few simple ingredients. All you need is a dozen of your favorite cupcakes, a batch of white buttercream, some easy-to-find candies and a few decorating tools. Follow these simple steps to create shaggy dogs, pugs, shih tzus and more.

Puppy Dog: What You'll Need

Gather your materials:

Piping bag with a small star decorating tip

White buttercream frosting

2 small black chocolate balls (such as Sixlets)

1 pink soft candy (such as taffy or Starburst)

Puppy Dog: Step 1

Puppy Dog: Step 2

Puppy Dog Cupcake

Pug: What You'll Need

Gather your materials:

Piping bag with a round decorating tip

White buttercream frosting + ivory and black food coloring

Offset spatula, scissors, toothpick

3 small black chocolate balls (such as Sixlets)

3 soft brown or black candies (such as Tootsie Rolls or taffy)

1 soft pink candy (such as taffy or Starburst)

Pug: Step 1

Pug: Step 2

Shih Tzu: What You'll Need

Gather your materials:

2 piping bags with small round tip

White buttercream frosting + ivory (or light brown) food coloring

1 small black chocolate ball (such as Sixlets)

1 oval-shaped black candy (such as black licorice candies or jelly beans)

1 pink soft candy (such as taffy or Starburst)

Shih Tzu: Step 1

Shih Tzu: Step 2

Shaggy Dog: What You'll Need

Gather your materials:

Piping bag with a multi-opening decorating tip

White buttercream frosting + brown food coloring

1 oval-shaped black candy (such as black licorice candies or jelly beans)


Say “hello” to these adorable llama cupcakes.

Have you ever seen a cupcake that’s as cute as this? Since llamas tend to put me in a pretty fantastic mood and all, I also decided to add a fun little twist to my cupcakes by hiding a festive surprise inside of them. Spoiler alert: they’re filled with pretty pastel sprinkles!

To make these little fellas I used a basic vanilla cupcake recipe adapted from Little Sweet Baker. I think this might be my new go-to recipe for vanilla cupcakes. They have a soft, fluffy texture that’s moist and packed full of sweet, buttery flavor.

Seriously, it’s dangerous to bake these bad boys when you’re on a diet (like I am right now), because they’re downright irresistible. Once the cupcakes are baked and cooled, it’s time to fill them with confetti.

It’s pretty easy. All you have to do is use a knife to cut a little circle in the center of the cupcake, then fill it with sprinkles. On a side note, It’s important to cut the hole on a bit of an angle (think cone-shaped), in order to get the tops to fit back on the cupcakes properly.

For the filling, I just mixed star-shaped confetti sprinkles with a few different pastel-colored nonpareils. But you can use any type of sprinkles or candies to fill your cupcakes. Once the cupcakes are filled, just place the tops back. Don’t worry if you can see the outline of the hole. You’re going to frost over the whole thing to hide any evidence of the sprinkle surprise inside.

For these cupcakes, I used a vanilla buttercream frosting. I piped the frosting onto each cupcake, then used a spatula to smooth it out. Then, I piped a line around the edges of the cupcakes, moving the tip in a circular motion, to create a fuzzy, fur like texture on the frosting.

Once the cupcakes are frosted, it’s time to get to work on those llama features by shaping mouths and ears out of white fondant. Don’t forget to outline the mouth of each llama using an edible marker and paint pink accents onto the ears using food coloring gel mixed with alcohol.

Then, it’s time to bring your llama to life by assembling the fondant features on the frosted cupcakes. After the fondant is in place, go over the mouth in black icing and pipe on some eyes. Then, use a small amount of the food coloring to give the llamas rosy pink cheeks.

Next, use a star tip to pipe on a few tufts of fur in between each llama’s ears. Last but not least, jazz up those little llama hairdo’s with a few white nonpareils and that’s it. You’re done!

These llama-tactic cupcakes are easy, adorable and delicious. Check out the full recipe below.


Monday, January 3, 2011

A Glamorous New Ooh La Frou Frou Year!

hope that everyone had a fabulous holiday season
and we're so excited to have stepped into
a brand new and exciting year together!
A sincere thanks to you all
for making Ooh La Frou Frou's first year
so much fun!
In 2011,
we will be starting the process
to get the card line
into stores nationwide!

What better way to start this new year
than to hear from the mouths of the
Ooh La Frou Frou girls
what their
New Year's Resolutions
are!
But a post with all EIGHT girls
would be an itsy too long, no?

Sooooo .
Hope, Alex, Cherie and Sunny
will share their resolutions with us this week
and Violet, Tiffany, Belle and Aimee
will share theirs next week!

So . Hope, girl, do tell us your new year's resolution!

Hi there girls!
Thanks for joining me for my part of
our "New Year's Resolutions" celebration!

For my resolution, I'm doing a good deed !
Don't laugh . it's true!!
I resolve to find a happy home
for all of my clothes .
a fabulous new dressing room, of course!
My poor lovely clothes have been crammed into my closet
for so long and that's just no way for them to live!
They can hardly breath, poor things.

I've always wanted a dressing room
so I've cleared out a second bedroom in my city apartment
and it's sitting there empty . just waiting!
Glamorous dressing rooms are like
personal little jewel boxes!
I've been clipping pictures of dressing rooms
out of magazines
and making tons of notes, notes, notes!

I've also been giving a lot of thought to
the dressing table to go into my new jewel box.

Dressing Tables via 1, 2 and 3

And I've come across some really great
storage ideas while doing my research,
such as these shoe storage boxes from Closet Fetish!
You can see your actual shoes through the sides!


So, after a lot of thought,
I decided that I want my dressing room
to feel like a high-end boutique!
Shopping is one of my favorite things
in the world!
It's no accident that some of the cards I've starred in
have shown me shopping in the city!

So .
why not feel as if I'm shopping
when I step into my dressing room
each morning?

I love the way women's boutiques
display their clothing, accessories and lingeree!
I think I'll see if I can find someone
to create glam custom areas for my
purses, "after five" fashions, shoes .
well . everything!

Something like this maybe!
With a little classical music playing in the background,
I'll feel like I'm in shopping heaven!

What do you think?
This should keep me busy this year!

Hey girls!
This is really fun .
those of you that have been following the blog
probably know that I LOVE my
white marble kitchen with its oval window
in my city apartment
and that I LOVE LOVE LOVE baking!
(what a sweet hobby, right?)
So my thoughts
are all about what new thing I can gift my kitchen with
this new year and what I should do
with all of the delicious dessert recipes
I've created!

I'm always trying to bring
European details into my kitchen .
would love to add a charming arched mirrored door like this .
I wonder . could I add a faux door?

iron shelves I saw in a french kitchen design by
Mich De Giulio .. my heart literally fluttered .

so one of my resolutions is to find shelves
just like these for my kitchen!

Image via

As for my dessert recipes .
I can totally see myself on the cover of a
cookbook someday, can't you?
My second resolution
is to start documenting all of my recipes this year .
just in case!


Happy New Year, lovely girlfriends!
Okay . my resolution . let's see.
My schedule is soooo busy, I tend to neglect
taking time for myself .
but not this year!

My resolution is to SCHEDULE in
personal time.
Yep . right there on my calendar.
I have booked myself
a spa day at the end of every month of the new year!
What could be more relaxing than a day
at the Penninsula Spa in the city?



Don't you feel more relaxed just looking at the pictures?!

I've also done something
I've always wanted to do .
signed myself up for a yoga class!

What a way to begin a new year!!

Hey girls!
If you know about me,
you probably know I love anything to do with pools, beaches and summer.

" Sunny Days " Ooh La Frou Frou Collection Card (c) Ooh La Frou Frou - all rights reserved
So you're probably thinking that my resolution
most likely includes something about warm weather fun.
Image via

Well . you're right!
There are so many beaches all over the world
that I'd like to travel to.
I thought for my new year's resolution,
I'd make my plans more real by
putting a pretty map in a frame

Map image via and edited by Sandy
and then mark each desired beach destination with a decorative pushpin.
I could use something whimsical like these .

Image via

. and then after I've visited that beach,
I'd replace the bikini pushpin with a pretty "diamond" pushpin
like these from Paper Source.
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Another idea is to use pretty magnets instead of pushpins
if you wanted to use a magnetic board in back of your map.
How gorgeous are these magnets from Tara's Closet?!
I'm ordering these for sure . even for notes on the frig!

Image via

Now, all I'll have to do is decide
which beach to travel to first!
Do you like my new year's plan?
All I need are my shades and flipflops!
Oh . I must not forget . my umbrella drink!

We Ooh La Frou Frou girls
are so interested in hearing about
the resolutions you girls have made!
Drop us a comment and let us know!
Thanks so much for joining us for the
first post of 2011!
Come back next week to hear four more
Ooh La Frou Frou girl resolutions!
Kisses!


Ooh-la-la Pink Poodle Cupcake - Recipes

My daughters, Alexandra and Angelique are only 14 months apart. They were turning 1 & 2 years old. So decided to do their parties together. We decided to do a Pink Poodle in Paris soiree. I found this theme at Birthday Express and thought it just so adoreable.

I love making my own invitations, even though this theme has invites I made my own. My husband is a wiz at Photoshop so we took the Poodle image and set it on the left bottom corner of 5x7 cardstock. A pink and white striped background was printed about and inch thick. We used a black swirly line to devide this part from the middle of the card where the text would go. The middle was left white for the print which read "Ooh-la-la Mon cherie a Pink Poodle Soiree is sure to be, for Mademoiselle Alexandra and Mademoiselle Angelique. Then the date and location. For a little extra glitz I bought clear irredesent glitter fabric paint and with the tip of the bottle very carefully I added glitter to the poddle to make it pop. It looked like a store-bought card.

We rented a big pavillion at a park near our house, I wanted to make the place feel more like bistro so I rented 4 48" round tables with six white chairs each. I had round lilac plastic tablecovers, and for the white folding chairs I bought bright pink colored regular plastic tablecovers, cut them into strips and turned them into chair ties. I tied them around the top part of the chair and tied a bow at the back.

The center pieces were done from styrofoam(not the floral kind, it's like the kind that is used in packaging) I bought a big sheet of it at Home Depot. I have a special tool to cut it which is a heated wire, this prevents the styrofoam from falling apart into little beads. Back to the centerpices, I cut four 8"circles per centerpiece, then I glued them together by stacking them, I wanted them to look like a hatbox. I painted big pink polkadots on the outside of the "hatbox", for the middle I used mint green tissue that looked like it was coming out and I also took 5 shishkabob sticks painted them lilac, cut out small pink flower out of the styrofoam for each stick and stuck them into the hat box, so it looked like a hatbox with a flower arrangement coming out of the middle.

I had two additional tables they were the rectangular kind. One was used for the food and the other was the cake table. For both tables I bought white and bright pink(like the chair ties) table plastic tablecovers. I put the white one on each table first, I wanted to cover the legs of the table so I taped the tablecover to the table making sure it reached the floor from front view. Part of the top of the table was exposed, this problem was solved by putting the pink tablecover on top. Prior to setting up the table I had cut the edge of the pink tablecover in scallop shape. You can do this by folding it several times and cutting along the edge in a semicircle shape. It looked great, it resembled the awnings on the front of the cafes and boutiques in paris. The rest of the decorations were on the cake table.

I made a balloon arch behind the table, you can get the materials at the hardware store. About 20 feet x 1/2 inch plastic pvc pipe and two small cinderblocks. I spaced out the blocks and put each end of the pipe in the middle creating an arch. I used pink, white and lilac balloons alternating the colors. I tied two balloons together and then another two of the same color, this group of four then is twisted onto the pipe and so on and so forth. Remember to set the arch at least 2 feet away from the back of the table so that people can take pictures.

On top of the table to the right, I made a 2 1/2 foot Poodle character cutout in the same colors. I used the styrofoam board and the cutting tool. I drew the character from the theme and then painted it. The theme poodle had a lilac bow in her hair, this I did not draw, I glued a lilac satin bow on the head. Then I covered the whole thing with clear irredesent glitter(it was gorgeous!) For the top left of the table I did the same character but in a sitting pose, the first one was walking. Behind the sitting poodle that was on the left I did a 3 foot purple eiffel tower, also covered in the clear irredesent glitter. I decided not to do a character cake since I had those big characters on the table, so I ordered 24 vanilla cupcakes and had them painted lilac and pink and put them on a silver cupcake tower(they sell it at Michaels)in the middle of the table.

The girls party favors were on the right side of the table infront of the first poodle. These were 5x4 white cavas totes that I sewed myself. I got the material at wal-mart, I bought a yard and it was enough for 14 totes. They were very simple, fold material in half, sew the sides and you can sew the handles at the same time that you are sewing the top edge. For the handles I used white synthetic brading. I also bought a pink decorative frilly trim which I sewed to the top front of the bag. To finish the bag, I had my husband take the poodle image we used on the invite, (only the poodle) and print it on transfer paper. I cut these out and ironed them on the front of the tote. Each bag contained a plush poodle (oriental trading) a poodle bracelet (birthday express) and a poodle keychain, which I changed into a charm for a zipper pull so that the big girls could use it on the backpacks for school. The leftover poodle keychains were left like that and given to the moms as favors.

Even though the party was very girly, I still had boys there, my son, and most of the cousins are boys. For them I bought small water guns at the dollar store, but lets face it, they didn't go with the theme, so I wrapped them in mint green tissues like the centerpieces and put them inside of clear celophane bags tied with white irredecent curly ribbon and were scattered around the table to look like grass around the poodle cutouts. It was a hot day so the water guns were a hit with the boys and the girls felt like Paris Hilton with their pooch in the purse.

For entertainment I had a sound system with music I rented a Pink and Purple caltle shaped bouncehouse, and a snowcone machine which was a hit with little ones and adults. On the food table I had beatiful round chaffing dishes with pasta one on each end, I had salad and french bread. I also had a silver platter with pink sugar waffers and another one with peanut butter and jelly sandwhiches that were cut in shape of a flower with a big cookie cutter.

After everyone ate and played at the bouncehouse we sang happy birthday to the girls and I handed out the Party bags. Then we went over to the pinata which was a pink poodle( Birthday Express) I spruced it up a little by adding clear irredesent glitter to the body and putting the same satin lilac bow that the cutouts had on the pinatas head(it is sold without a bow)I bought the pullsrting kit so the kids pulled the cords and out came the candy. Everyone loved the theme from the moment I mailed the invites and even more when they go to the party.


Easy Cupcakes

What You Need: 1 cupcake chocolate frosting red fruit roll Junior Mint, malt ball or other round brown candy 2 blue mini M&Ms scissors.

How to Make It: Frost cupcake. Cut fruit roll into ear and tongue shapes (you can do this freehand with kid-safe scissors or–adults only–a knife, and you can make a template from paper or cardstock first if you need to.) Bend short ends of ears slightly and insert each near top of cupcake. Add tongue to bottom. Place chocolate in center and add eyes. There are lots of variations you could make. Use white frosting and black gel icing for Dalmatian cupcakes and so on.

Pink poodle cupcakes

Having a 󈧶s party? Or making cupcakes with kids? These pink poodle cupcakes are quick, cute and simple.
What You Need: 1 cupcake frosting tinted pink pink mini marshmallows pink mini jellybean or other small candy (for nose) black gel or writing icing scissors.
How to Make It: Frost cupcake. Cut all but 2 mini marshmallows in half and place, sticky side down, all over cupcake except for a circle in the middle for the face. The 2 uncut marshmallows can be the dog ears. Add pink candy for nose. Use gel or writing icing to draw eyes and mouth, or use mini M&Ms or chocolate chips for eyes.


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14 Dog Birthday Cake & Cupcake Homemade Recipes

What’s that? You say your dog is spoiled? Perfect, you’ve come to the right place. Because we don’t think your dog is spoiled enough!

Which is why we have the most incredible birthday cake recipes for your dog. They’re delicious (yes, they’re human AND canine friendly!), and a great way to celebrate another year with your BFFF (Best-Furry-Friend-Forever).

We believe the best​ dog foods are the ones made ​at home with love. So ​when you’re done making pupcakes learn how to make homemade dog food with a crockpot.

1. Peanut Butter Delight Dog Birthday Cake

A carrot and peanut butter based cake with banana icing – perfect for celebrating cakeday with your bestie, or if you just feel the need to spoil your fur baby. It’s also quite tasty, because it can be shared with humans too. And yes… I stole a piece from my dog.

2. Carrot Peanut Butter Pupcakes

A great little cupcake recipe using all the usual doggie favorites – peanut butter, some apple sauce (instead of oil), carrots, and a touch of honey. I’m sure your dog will love them, but they make a good healthy breakfast item for humans too.

3. Banana Carob Oat Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting

Can we just take a moment to marvel at this masterpiece? It’s like a little peanut butter kingdom – beautiful. Don’t let the chocolate chips fool you though, those are carob chips – a healthy and dog-safe alternative to chocolate.

4. Pumpkin Peanut Butter Puppy Cake

Some mom-approved, and drool worthy ingredients make the perfect pumpkin and peanut butter cake, with a little pumpkin frosting (of course). If your dog is a little more sensitive (or maybe on a diet), skip the cream cheese and use a little plain greek yogurt instead.

5. Grain-Free Mini Dog Cakes

A special birthday treat made for Corgi Amelia – healthy grain free mini-cakes with a little yogurt icing. These are great homemade treats for dogs with more sensitive tummies, or who perhaps don’t need all those extra calories.

6. Grain-Free Peanut Butter Apple Doggy Cake

Looking for something super-easy, and doggy approved? This one is perfect with only 4 ingredients, and it only takes about 25 minutes to make! Plus it has a dogs number 1 favorite thing in the whole world – Peanut Butter.

7. Mini Dog Birthday Cake

Another masterpiece from a true baker – this is the cake you present to make all the other dogs jealous! If you’re throwing your dog a birthday party (and why wouldn’t you), then the almond eater has you covered with a restaurant quality cake for humans and canines to enjoy.

8. Homemade Peanut Butter Banana Pupcakes

If you’re hosting a party for your dog’s cakeday, sometimes it’s easier to make cupcakes instead of trying to cut up a full sized cake (dogs can be impatient after all). Pupcakes are a perfect solution, especially for portion control. Also I should mention that these are quite good – yes, I tried one or maybe a few.

9. Coconut-Honey Doggie Cake

Duke is a very lucky golden retriever, to have mom bake amazing treats for his cake-day. Luckily for your dog, mom shares her secret baking recipes so your fur-babies can be just as happy as Duke. Using just 5 ingredients this is actually a super easy recipe that is delicious for both humans and doggies.

10. Beef Birthday Cake

Maybe your dog is craving something a little “meatier” for their birthday? That’s no surprise – so here’s an organic beef and potato cake, garnished with peas… Don’t forget the candles!

11. Pumpkin Banana Dog Cupcakes

Not only will your dogs love pumpkin banana “pupcakes” – they’re a great breakfast item for you as well. Using oat flour, honey, banana, peanut butter, and a little pumpkin pureee, it’s actually a delicious cupcake with a healthy twist. If your dog has a sensitive tummy, overweight, or still a puppy then exclude the honey and frosting from this recipe.

12. Spoiled Dog Cake Recipe

Wow! Well, Love From The Oven certainly got the name of the recipe right. So if your dog is on an entirely different level of spoiled you may have just found the perfect presentation. Don’t worry though, this recipe is actually quite simple, and uses just a few basic ingredients.

13. Triple Apple Dog Cake with Cheddar Drizzle

Does your dog love cheese? That’s probably an easy one to answer. Cheesecake might be a little too rich (and unhelathy) for your dog to handle, but an apple cake with cheese frosting? Now we’re talkin!

14. Nut-Free Dog Birthday Cake (with Banana Frosting)

Dogs may have never-ending love peanut butter, but if their humans have nut allergies this makes things a little more difficult. Thankfully there is some drool-worthy alternatives that skips the peanuts in favor for extra banana.

​Looking for some more treats for your favorite doggo? We got an amazing list of grain-free dog treat​ recipes that are perfect for any occasion and use super healthy ingredients.


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