Homemade Dog Brownies for Mother’s Day

There’s something simply wonderful about the rich, fudgy taste of freshly baked brownies. Just the aroma of these sweet treats can make your mouth water. Why not spoil your lovely dogs with the same luxury and rustle up these yummy homemade dog brownies for your dog? They’ll go down a treat with your fur baby. Our dog brownie recipe is sure to make your dogs very excited!

Made with a selection of carefully picked ingredients, these delicious brownies for dogs are made with carob powder, which is a delicious, dog-friendly alternative to cocoa powder. Did you know that carob powder also contains a sprinkling of fibre, potassium and vitamins?  They’re the perfect healthy, super tasty ingredient for your pup to eat. 

So whether you’re a dog mama or you just want to spoil your pup with a homemade treat, these brownies for dogs are guaranteed to result in tail wags of joy. Baked with “woof”, your dog won’t be able to resist!

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Milo was an eggcellent help in the kitchen.

Check out the video below for step-by-step instructions

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Homemade Dog Brownie Recipe

Ingredients

125ml Vegetable Oil
3 tbsp Honey
4 Large Eggs
150g Whole Wheat Flour
25g Carob Powder
1 tsp Baking Powder

Optional Toppings

Cream Cheese
Dog Biscuits

Method

1. Heat your oven to 180 °C.

2. In a large bowl, whisk together the oil, honey and eggs. Next, add the flour, carob powder and baking powder and mix until just combined. Don’t worry if small bits of carob powder are still present.

3. Pour the batter into a baking tin.

4. Bake for 30 – 35 minutes, or until you can insert a skewer or toothpick and it comes out clean.

5. Wait until cool, cut the brownies into squares and then decorate with cream cheese and dog biscuits.

6. Surprise your dog with their yummy treat!

Tail-Wagging Top Tips

  • The size of your homemade dog brownies will depend on the size of the baking tin you use - for thinner brownies, use a large baking tin and check at 25-30 minutes. 

  • Don’t fur-get to adjust the amount of food you give your dog on the days when they enjoy these homemade dog brownie treats, this way they can avoid overindulging.

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Dressed for taste tasting duties, Milo was a big fan of the brownies!

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As you can see, Milo loved giving a helping paw in the kitchen. His favourite bit? Tucking in to his yummy homemade dog brownies!

Now it’s your turn. We’d love to see your culinary creations and all the fun you and your pup have together in the kitchen!

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