Mmmm...Pancake Day is tomorrow! Want to share a tasty treat? I always make pancakes without adding sugar (plenty sweet with maple syrup for the humans), so the dogs can enjoy a little puppy pancake with the family. My favourite pancakes have many variations, but are usually based on a simple 1:1:1 mix ratio, scaled for the number of hungry humans (and hounds) - i.e. for every 1 cup of self raising flour, use 1 cup wet ingredients and 1 egg. Because I often use yogurt for part of my wets, they're usually extra thick and cakey. Yum! Just for fancy fun, these particular pancakes were made using a large bone-shaped biscuit cutter to shape the batter in the pan instead of being my usual free-form batter dollops. The carob drizzle is simply a carob powder mixed with melted coconut oil. I also cut the strawberries (fresh from our garden, as was the mint) into hearts. :)
Tips and Tricks:
- Cool your dog's puppy pancake prior to serving.
- You may wish to cut the dog's pancake into small pieces before serving. This is a great way to accelerate cooling, but also prolongs the enjoyment since an uncut little puppy pancake treat is a single mouthful for big eaters!
Hungry for more tasty treats? See all of our recipes here. Remember, treats are for spoiling your pup in moderation. Some dogs have special dietary requirements and/or food allergies/intolerances. If you are ever in doubt, have a chat with your vet.