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  • Simple and tasty carob pupcakes dog treat recipe for your dog that you can make in less than 15 minutes! Featuring all natural ingredients - get the free tutorial here.
  • Simple and tasty carob pupcakes dog treat recipe for your dog that you can make in less than 15 minutes! Featuring all natural ingredients - get the free tutorial here.
  • Simple and tasty carob pupcakes dog treat recipe for your dog that you can make in less than 15 minutes! Featuring all natural ingredients - get the free tutorial here.
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Carob Pupcakes Dog Treat Recipe

I know you are all going to love this carob pupcakes recipe – it was a huge hit at our house with my pups, Lola and Rio! For those of you who are unfamiliar, my name’s Sarah and I am the voice behind the blog, Lola the Pitty. We’re honored to be contributing today!

I could ramble on and on about our adventures and our mission to raise positive awareness for often misjudged breeds, but we’ll move on to the tasty stuff!

This is a recipe that everyone has been requesting. It’s for all those pup-chocoholics out there. Let me rephrase that, ‘carobholics’.

It’s a great recipe for those of us who like to spoil our dog (don’t we all?), but still feed them a healthy treat. These carob pupcakes are made with carob powder, coconut oil and other yummy goodness, and then finished off with a peanut butter yogurt frosting.

Carob Pupcakes – You’ll Need

2 Tablespoons carob powder
1/2 cup rice flour (We used organic brown rice flour)
1 tsp baking powder
1/3 cup unrefined coconut oil
1/3 cup plain Greek yogurt
1 free range egg

Frosting:
3 Tablespoons plain Greek yogurt
1 ½ Tablespoons creamy peanut butter (unsalted with no added sugars)

Instructions

Preheat oven to 350ºF / 175ºC

1. In a small bowl, stir together carob powder, rice flour and baking powder.
2. In a separate bowl, mix coconut oil, Greek yogurt and 1 egg until well combined.
3. Add carob/rice flour mixture and stir until mixed.
4. Spoon mixture into mini muffin pan. Bake for 12 minutes.
5. While pupcakes are baking, prepare frosting by stirring together Greek yogurt and peanut butter in a small dish. Transfer frosting to a plastic zip bag, cut a small hole in one corner and pipe on top of cooled pupcakes.

** The above recipe is for treats only and should not replace your dog’s regular meal plans. Always check with your vet about any new additions or changes to your dog’s diet.

Handy Hints

* Makes 12 mini pupcakes.

* Keep refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

* Note, the coconut oil may begin to surface during baking. If desired, place pupcakes on a paper towel after baking to absorb.

Simple and tasty carob pupcakes dog treat recipe for your dog that you can make in less than 15 minutes! Featuring all natural ingredients - get the free tutorial here.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR – SARAH OF LOLA THE PITTY

Fur mom to Lola & Rio, free-spirited personality, coffee addict. Blogging to create positive awareness for pit bull type dogs. Committed to creating a world in which all dogs are treated fairly and equally.

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8 responses to “Carob Pupcakes Dog Treat Recipe”

  1. Thanks so much for the feature! I hope all the pups enjoy these as much as Lola & Rio did!

  2. Ericka says:

    What a great treat! Our pup has a grain allergy. Do you have any suggestions for a substitute for the rice flour? Thanks!

  3. Dk says:

    This recipe inspires me. Thank you so much!
    Carob is great for healthy canine digestion, so I enjoy using it in treat recipes. This recipe is a great use of that healthy ingredient. And my dogs love the taste.
    The dogs already get whole raw eggs in their meals, so I substituted the egg with a flax meal-water mixture.
    The coconut oil is another healthy ingredient for dogs, so yet another plus for the recipe. I melted down the oil though to incorporate it better into the batter.
    Instead of yogurt, I used previously frozen bananas of the same volume (about 2 bananas).
    I made a few batches with variations and all were great. I came up with some other frostings though since one dog is not a fan of nuts. Rosie the Leonberger and Porter the Leonberger (both rescues) will enjoy all the variations for her birthday bash (week long feasting)!

  4. Michelle says:

    What’s a free range egg?

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