Hunny bunny garden tray bake

Our hunny bunny garden tray bake recipe comes straight from the garden to your dog's plate. Created by our very own nutritional advisor and registered Vet Nurse, Ness. This recipe is simple, fun, and naturally nourishing. So why not whip up a batch and watch your dog hop like a bunny for this delicious treat!


1 x large carrot (plus extra to decorate)

2 x medium eggs

30mls olive or coconut oil

50-60mls water

150-170g gluten-free flour

Handful of fresh parsley (plus extra to decorate)

Optional - Manuka or local honey (to decorate)

  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees and line a small baking tray or brownie tin with grease-proof paper.
  2. Roughly chop carrot and parsley.
  3. Add carrot, parsley, eggs, oil, and water to the blender or smoothie maker.
  4. Pulse until smooth and pour into a mixing bowl.
  5. Slowly add 150-170g gluten-free flour - whisk well to incorporate air (the mixture should be 'gloopy').
  6. Pour the mixture into they tray or brownie tin.
  7. Bake for 30-35 minutes.
  1. Once your bake is cooked, turn it upside down to dry and cool on a metal grille.
  2. Cut into squares and lightly glaze each with the honey.
  3. Place very finely chopped parsley on the outer squares to make a grassy lawn.
  4. Grind some of your dog’s favourite Arden Grange kibble in a pestle and mortar to make soil to cover the rest of the squares.
  5. Cut some small triangles of carrot to make “baby carrots” to insert into some of the soil-covered squares.
Top tips
  • Treats should be fed in moderation.
  • Honey is an optional extra in this recipe. The purpose of the honey is to stick the dirt or parsley down (although manuka honey especially has lots of health benefits).
  • Don not use self-rising flour (due to the baking powder) as this is not healthy for our furry friends. While small quantities spilt over a large number of treats will not be sufficient to result in a health issue, we still do not recommend the use of plain flour.