Doggie Birthday Cake for Dogs

"This is a great recipe for those canine friends and familly members to help celebrate a special occassion such as a birthday, Thanksgiving, Halloween, and any other holiday. It has only human-grade ingredients and is safe for people as well (it's not all that bad really)."
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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
  • Grease a 6 cup ring mold.
  • Combine the egg, peanut butter, oil, vanilla, and honey, if desired, in a large bowl; blend well.
  • Stir in the carrots and mix thoroughly.
  • Sift together the flour and baking soda and fold into the carrot mixture.
  • Spoon cake batter into prepared pan.
  • Bake in preheated oven for 40 minutes.
  • Let cake cool in pan for 10 minutes; then turn out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Shireen A.
    how do you do the icing?
  2. seemannfamily
    i was wondering can i substitute white flour with al purpose flour???
  3. denisemm48
    Has anyone doubled the recipe? If so how did it turn out? I want to take it to my dog's Doggy day care for her 11th birthday
    • Review photo by denisemm48
  4. Rose J.
    How much for dog birthday day cake my dog Elsa is 3 and my other dog is 6 I want there ages on same cake
    • Review photo by Rose J.
  5. Official Bing E.
    Does this recipe feed multiple dogs? If so, how many?


  1. Julie F
    Our dog, Boomer, turned 11 so we wanted to make him a cake. I chose this recipe because it had easily available ingredients that I didn't mind cooking with my dishes - no dogfood in my muffin tins thanks! They turned out great! I did make them muffin sized but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Boomer LOVED them! It is amazing how he seemed to know we made them just for him! We called them his birthday "pupcakes". Thanks for the great recipe!
  2. ravenfire07
    Did it! And I'd say she loved it!
    • Review photo by ravenfire07
  3. Lili in Canada
    I put a bit more carrots and made this cake into cupcakes - iced each cupcake with cottage cheese mixed with yogourt and a mini Milkbone dog cookie on top. My four dogs truly enjoyed the party! ;-)
  4. jayne1973
    This was great that all ingredients were in the cupboard. I did add 1/2 cup of apple sauce too along with an extra 1/2 cup of flour since I know my dog loves apple sauce.
  5. hyacintha z.
    Made this for my Atlas' 1st birthday. I used 6pcs cupcake tray, and it's a bit overbaked when I decided to take them out at 30mins baking time. I think 20-25 mins should be best if you use cupcake molds. But we all liked it, i ate one, not too sweet, just tasted right! Thanks for the recipe!
    • Review photo by hyacintha z.


  1. Anonymous
    Our dogs absolutely loved this cake! I substituted the cooking oil for coconut oil and the wheat flour for rice flour. I also used a 9 inch round pan and baked at :50 for only 25 mins. The cake came out soft and moist .
  2. Melanie C.
    Nothing! Would more egg help it bind more?
  3. Rebecca M.
    I added a little water and used rice flour and I made them into cupcakes and I added a carob drizzle on top.
  4. juliagage4
    I used apples instead of carrots


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