Chef's Quick Tip: Pupcakes

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Tina Redwine shows us how to make custom food for man's best friend.

 

Carrot pumpkin apple pupcakes with peanut butter frosting

Pupcake mix

1 cup brown or white rice flour

2 tsp. baking powder

2 eggs, preferably local

2 TBS. local, raw honey

1 cup pumpkin, preferably organic

1 cup shredded carrots

½ cup 100% applesauce, no sweetener added

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Mix above together with hand or stand mixer. Bake in muffin tins for 40 minutes. Let cool.

Frosting

8 oz. plain Greek or goat milk yogurt

4 oz. 100% peanut butter, nothing added, preferably organic

1 TBS. local, raw honey

Mix above together with hand or stand mixer until smooth, thick, frosting-like consistency. Spread onto cooled pupcakes. Garnish with a handmade dog cookie or candle.

Note: Always seek veterinary approval for any change in diet, including mix ins, toppers, and treats.

 

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