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Friday, March 9, 2012

Apple Cinnamon Pupcakes Guest Post

Hi, my name is Sandy from Cherished Handmade Treasures.  I have three small dogs that I love to bake for.  Two of them are Shih Tzu's and the third is a Cock-a-Tzu (Shih Tzu/Cocker Spaniel mix). 

They are all males.  Things can get pretty wild at my house at times when the boys begin one of their sumo wrestling sessions, especially if one breaks free and the other two have to chase him down.  If you own dogs, especially males dogs, I'm sure you get the picture.  To quiet them down, sometimes we have to give them something to chew on besides each other!  These little Pupcupcakes are just the thing, it keeps them busy for a few minutes.


· 3 cups rolled oats (don’t use quick cooking oatmeal)
· 1¼ cups flour
· 2 eggs
· ¼ cup oil
· ½ cup milk
· 1½ cup prepared applesauce (sugar-free)
· 1 apple (chopped)
· ½ tsp. to 1 tsp. cinnamon (your discretion)

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.  Grease mini-muffin pan or line with paper liners.
2. Combine oil, milk, eggs and applesauce in large bowl and mix well.  

3. Add dry ingredients in 3 intervals mixing lightly each time to incorporate.

4. Spoon into mini-muffin pan and press the back of a spoon in the top to make a small well.

5. Add chopped apples mixed with cinnamon on the top of each dough well and bake for about 25 minutes or until golden brown.

Allow to cool.  Keep refrigerated in an air-tight container; store unused in freezer for a longer shelf-life.
My boys give these two paws up!!!

For more Gourmet Dog Treat recipes, visit: Cherished Handmade Treasures

Cherished Handmade Treasures is a treasure trove of great information, including a whole section on gourmet dog treats!  We want to thank Sandy for sharing this great recipe with our readers.  Oskar is already demanding some.

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Mr Puddy said...

Look yummy for me !
Thanks to stop by my blog : )

Jewel said...

Thanks for stopping by Kizzie's blog. Those cakes look yummy enough for humans too.

Mariodacat said...

Wow - those look good enough for oomans to eat.

Mr. Pip said...

Yummy! Those look SO DELICIOUS!

Your pal, Pip

Roberta @ Silverwalk said...

Those Puppycakes look scrumptious! I need to try them for the herd. Thanks for sharing.

Kristine said...

These sound pretty incredible. I don't know if I could share them with my dog!

The Cat From Hell said...

These sound fabulishious (says my hairy slobbery sister Bob). Now we has to get Mommy to bake some. We are going to goes and check out her site!

Pricilla said...

thank you for visiting my blog today!

Two French Bulldogs said...

Lazy won't make us nothing
Benny & Lily

Au and Target said...

Thanks to stop by. These look yummy! We are eating ham today...

Gracie Lu Shih Tzu said...

Those look yummy!!!!!!

www.shelter-cats.com said...

Those sound delicious. I wonder if anybody's making cat treats?

Kolchak Puggle said...

Those sound delicious!

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