PAWfect PAWty Recipes 

No party would be complete without some delicious treats for our furry friends to enjoy. Our very own nutrition advisor and registered Nurse, Ness, has created two scrumptious Arden Grange recipes to help you get the PAWty started. These nutritious and tasty recipes are ideal for even the most sensitive of tummies.

Healthy, homemade cupcakes for your dog

Here’s what you will need:

300g of liver

75g gluten-free self-raising flour

One large egg

A dollop of olive oil·       

Herbs, if you’re feeling creative (except chives, as these are in the onion family, which are poisonous to dogs)       

One small garlic clove·       

Arden Grange Tasty Liver Treat 

Follow these steps for cupcake PAWfection:

1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.

2. Trim any sinew from the liver and chop into small pieces.

3. Pop the liver, egg, oil, herbs and garlic into a blender, giving it a good blast. When the mixture is reasonably smooth, tip it out into a mixing bowl and add the flour until the cake mixture is of flap-jack consistency.

4. Spoon your mixture into a cupcake tin, lined with paper cases.

5. Cook for 20-30 minutes. The time will vary depending on the depth of your cupcakes or tray.

6. Leave to cool out of reach of your pups (because they may demolish them!).

7. Ice with a dollop of Arden Grange Tasty Liver Treat < Link to product when available>

Fab fish cake bites for cats and dogs

Here’s what you will need:

350g white fish

150g gluten-free flour

One large egg

A dollop of olive oil 

A little dill or parsley 

One small garlic clove

Follow these steps for cake bite heaven:

1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.

2. Prepare the fish and carefully remove any bones.

3. Pop the fish, egg, oil, herbs, and garlic into a blender and mix well. When the mixture is reasonably smooth, tip it out into a mixing bowl and add the flour. Mix again until all the flour is folded in.

4. Transfer to a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper.

5. Cook for 20-25 minutes.

6. Leave the treats to cool (away from your furry friends).

7. Cut into bite-size pieces, depending on your pet’s bite.

Don’t forget…

· These recipes can be also stored in the fridge for a couple of days. Larger batches can be frozen and defrosted for use as needed.

· As with all treats, use in moderation. Don’t forget to reduce your pet’s main diet allowance to allow for the extra calories treats provide.  

· For pets who require fat restriction, the oil in both recipes can be substituted with fat-free cottage cheese (ensure this does not contain artificial sweeteners such as xylitol, which are toxic to dogs and cats!) and an extra egg white.

Happy baking! If you create any of these yummy treats, we’d love to see your pictures on Instagram.

. Tag us using #ArdenGrangePAWty and you could feature in our Hall of Fame 

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