If you’re just starting out on your baking journey, you’ll be happy to hear your dog is an exceptionally tolerant and understanding client. It’s very difficult for you to get things wrong.
If your baking smells right, it’s going to taste delicious to your dog. It won’t matter that it might resemble something best avoided in a farmer’s field. If it smells good, your dog is going to attack it with the same relish as if it was cooked by Dame Mary Berry herself!
So caution to the wind, self-doubt out the window. “Mixing spoons at the ready”, as my old cookery mistress used to say!
Hints & Tips
I’m no Paul Hollywood in the kitchen, but what I do have is many years of experience home baking for dogs. Here’s a few suggestions to get you started.
What you’ll need
You won’t need much in the way of equipment to start baking for your dog. Most of what you need you’ll likely have already, but just in case.
Your first pupcake
Not exactly a seminal moment perhaps, but that first pupcake is still a big deal in the life of most pet parents. Here’s a simple recipe to get you going.