Have you seen the new Dog’s Day Out yet with GARBANZO? You have to see his reaction to feeling the ocean for the first time ever! –~–
I made this adoptable French Bulldog a ball pit with 15,000 balls:
Pumpkin Pie for Dogs
This week on Kitchen Tails, I will be walking you through how to make a pumpkin pie for dogs. Pumpkin pie is a classic fall dessert and comfort food that your dog can enjoy throughout the holiday season. Pumpkin pie regulates digestion and oils contained in the seeds and flesh of pumpkins support urinary health in dogs and cats.
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MAKE ON YOUR OWN
Things you will need:
For the Crust:
Oat Flour: 200g
Rice Flour: 93g
Potato Starch: 48g
Egg: 1 Large
For the Filling:
Rice Flour: 159g
Potato Starch: 24g
Baking Soda: 1g
Egg: 1 Large
Pumpkin Puree: ½ Cup
Cinnamon: ½ TBSP
Set your oven at 325 degrees.
First make the pie crust, then move on to the filling.
To make the pie crust, combine dry ingredients into a bowl and set aside. [Oat Flour, Rice Flour, and Potato Starch] Then whisk together all the wet ingredients until combined. [Egg, Applesauce, Water, Honey, and Oil] Fold wet into dry with a spatula until the ingredients begin to incorporate. Then finish folding the dough with your hands until the desired consistency.
You are going to want to roll the dough 1/4 inch thick and cut into circles slightly larger than the size of the cupcake pan. Fit the circles into greased mold and squeeze edges of dough to create the crust. Blind bake [To blind bake a pie crust means to partially or completely bake the pie crust before filling it] at 325 until slightly golden (This will take about 20 mins).
While the crust is baking, move on to the filling.
To make the pumpkin filling, combine dry ingredients and set aside. [Cinnamon, Rice Flour, Potato Starch, and Baking Soda] Whisk together the wet ingredients until combined. [Pumpkin puree, Honey, Applesauce, Egg, and Oil] Then pour the wet into the dry and whisk vigorously until no lumps or any more dry ingredients can be seen.
Then put one ice cream scoop of filling in each pie crust and bake at 325 for 30-40 minutes or until the center bounces back when touched and the crust is brown.
Let the pumpkin pies cool and then comes the fun part, the taste test! Hopefully your dog enjoyed the pumpkin pies as much as my taste testers!