Old English Sheepdog puppy cake by Richards Cakes

Thanks for the doggie birthday cake recipe. Our adopted rescue dog’s birthday is 2 days after mine. It didn’t seem right that I had a bd cake but not Lucy. Next year I’ll be sure to make it for her.
Winston is almost as cute as Lucy!

Dog homemade cupcakes or cake . Peanut butter, oatmeal, egg, applesauce, flour. Super easy. Makes 6

Awwwww!! Happy 2nd birthday Layla!!! She’s adorable and I can’t wait to move in with my boyfriend so we can finally get a dog too haha! Such a perfect little cake, too. 🙂

Taart hond 3D. Naar een voorbeeld van Debbie Brown. Cake dog.

Dog homemade cupcakes or cake . Peanut butter, oatmeal, egg, applesauce, flour. Super easy. Makes 6 Those of you who know me, know I am OBSESSED with dogs. Needless to say, when my friends at Food Network asked me to contribute a dog cupcake DIY, I was VERY into the idea. I got to choose which ty…

silhouette cake topper with dog by laser design shop

I’m soooo glad you included Beemie eating his pupcake at the end – I was really looking forward to that! What a sweet doggie! And a lucky one too, to have a mama bake him a birthday cupcake!

Fondant Dog Cake Topper by FondantFads on Etsy

Which is why we have the most incredible birthday cake recipes for your dog. They're delicious (yes, they're human AND canine friendly!), and a great way to celebrate another year with your BFFF (Best-Furry-Friend-Forever).A great little cupcake recipe using all the usual doggie favorites - peanut butter, some apple sauce (instead of oil), carrots, and a touch of honey. I'm sure your dog will love them, but they make a good healthy breakfast item for humans too.
A carrot and peanut butter based cake with banana icing - perfect for celebrating cakeday with your bestie, or if you just feel the need to spoil your fur baby. It's also quite tasty, because it can be shared with humans too. And yes... I stole a piece from my dog.
A special birthday treat made for Corgi Amelia - healthy grain free mini-cakes with a little yogurt icing. These are great homemade treats for dogs with more sensitive tummies, or who perhaps don't need all those extra calories.
Some mom-approved, and drool worthy ingredients make the perfect pumpkin and peanut butter cake, with a little pumpkin frosting (of course). If your dog is a little more sensitive (or maybe on a diet), skip the cream cheese and use a little plain greek yogurt instead.
If you're hosting a party for your dog's cakeday, sometimes it's easier to make cupcakes instead of trying to cut up a full sized cake (dogs can be impatient after all). Pupcakes are a perfect solution, especially for portion control. Also I should mention that these are quite good - yes, I tried one or maybe a few.