Dog-Friendly Carrot Cupcakes
These scrumptious carrot cupcakes are a yummy Easter treat for your dog that can be made in a matter of minutes!
Made with just a handful of ingredients, the cupcakes are cooked in the microwave to keep things simple. Who said baking was hard?
These easy-to-make carrot cupcakes are perfect as an Easter treat, but they’re also a great way to celebrate your dog’s birthday or whenever you fancy whipping up a healthy snack for your pooch.
Benefits of carrots for dogs
Carrots are high in fibre and beta-carotene, which produces Vitamin A that helps support:
Your dog’s immune system
Your dog’s skin and coat
Top tip: If you want to add an extra boost of nutrition and flavor to your dog’s meals, simply top them with some grated carrot!
How to Make Dog-Friendly Carrot Cupcakes
Dog-Friendly Carrot Cupcake Recipe
This recipe makes 2 pupcakes
1 small carrot, grated
1/2 cup blended oats*
2 tbsp water
Pinch of cinnamon
Coconut oil for greasing
Add the grated carrot to a bowl, then add the egg, blended oats, water and cinnamon, and mix until combined.
Use a small amount of coconut oil to grease a dish or mug that’s microwave safe.
Spoon half of your mixture into your dish or mug and microwave for 1 minute 15 seconds, or until firm. Repeat with the rest of your mix.
Wait until your cupcakes cool, then decorate with your dog’s favorite toppings!
Top Tip: Don’t fur-get to adjust the amount of food you give your dog on the day they enjoy this cupcake treat, this way they can avoid over-indulging.
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Hungry For More Dog-Friendly Recipes?
Making tasty treats for your dog is a fun activity that you can both get involved with. Dougie the Greyhound was certainly a happy bunny to give us a helping paw in the kitchen! He especially liked “cleaning” the spoon.