This carob dog cake recipe is perfect for dog birthday cakes and for special occasions.
If you would like to have individual cakes for your guests, you can bake dog cupcakes in regular muffin pans, or in the rose muffin pan shown below.
Otherwise, why not get a bone shaped pan, and bake one cake for the whole crew?
While the baked carob dog cake will look and taste almost like chocolate, it is a healthy substitute. Carob is naturally sweet, and it provides healthy nutrients and roughage for your dog.
The dog cupcakes in the photo were made with the rose muffin pan, made by Nordic Ware from their Platinum Collection. I love it!
Even though the pan has quite a few little ridges to give the roses an authentic look, they come out perfectly every time! They look SOO professional!
Individual dog muffins or cupcakes are the perfect size for each guest, and they make serving and cleanup a cinch!
The photo above shows what the rose dog pastries look like, when they are sprinkled with a little unbleached flour, to highlight the petals of the roses.
Of course you may prefer a more traditional birthday cake--with candles and the gang, crowded around the party cake.
In that case, you might want to consider baking a dog bone cake. If you’re wondering how to make a dog bone cake--it’s really quite simple.
Simply follow the cake recipe below and bake until the cake is done. You’ll know that it’s done when a wooden toothpick comes out clean, after you insert it into the cake.
This rose dog cake recipe is quick and easy to make. You can easily mix the ingredients in minutes, then pop the cake into the oven. Twenty minutes later, you'll have a yummy dog cake or dog cupcakes!