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No Bake Dog Cake Recipe

No Bake Dog Cake Recipe

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the Mama was looking at recipes for human treats again this weekend.

Normally, I would discourage this frivolous waste of time. Every moment she spends on human pursuits is time taken away from creating new doggy delights. However, every now and again, she comes up with something so easy and so tasty, I can’t even fault her for it.

Mama was taken by the simplicity and awesomeness of this recipe for ice box cake from Smitten Kitchen. Holy woof! You’d have thought the Mama had never seen a cookie before she was drooling so much. She was itching to try this herself, but we all know the Mama. Long before the human version ever graced our kitchen, she was hard at work “dogifying” it.

Super Easy, really tasty dog friendly cake with no baking.

Jackpot! The Mama might be a lunatic when it comes to spending hours in the kitchen making culinary canine delights, but we know most of you have humans who aren’t crazy as interested in spending all day slaving over a hot stove for the dog.

This easy cake uses only two ingredients, requires no baking and it drove the Casa de Kolchak Dogs crazy!

grain free no bake dog cake recipe

No Bake Dog Cake Recipe

Materials

  • - APPROX. 25 thin, grain-free dog cookies*
  • 1 can of grain-free mostly meat dog food

Instructions

Spread a tablespoon of canned food in a circle onto your cake plate.

Press dog treats into the canned food in a circle pattern

Spread a tablespoon of canned food in a circle over the first layer of cookies

Press dog treats into the canned food in a circular pattern overlapping the first layer

Repeat until all cookies have been layered

Cover the cake with plastic wrap and place it in the fridge overnight. The cookies will absorb moisture from the canned food and soften, so they are sliceable.

Notes

You can buy store-bought cookies or make your own. They key is you want them to be at least 1/4" thick or thinner.

The best part of this recipe is that it can be whatever flavours you want.

These treats are great for dogs with allergies. It can be tailored to your pets and made grain-free, soy-free, egg-free – free! Free of whatever allergens set off your dog’s triggers.

What’s your dog’s favourite treat? Would it make a good dog cake?

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